Issue 63 Spring 2003

 

Issue 63 Spring 2003Volume 13 | Number 3 | Issue 63 | Spring 2003

Jock Phillips: Michael King – The historian who opened our eyes (essay)

Fleur Adcock: “Historian dies in fiery crash” (poem)

Editorial

Megan Hutching: Susan Jacobs, Fighting with the enemy: New Zealand POWs and the Italian Resistance

Jan Kemp: “Staunch” (poem)

Bernadette Hall: Michele Leggott (ed), Young Knowledge: The Poems of Robin Hyde

Stuart Murray: Lawrence Jones, Picking Up the Traces: The Making of a New Zealand Literary Culture 1932-1945

Owen Marshall: Donald Kerr (ed), Enduring Legacy – Charles Brasch, patron, poet and collector

Brent Southgate: Simon Pollard, I am an Insect; Andrew Crowe, The Life-size Guide to New Zealand Wildflowers; Keith Olsen, Pick Up a Pack: a guide to tramping and camping the New Zealand way; Janet Hunt, A Bird in the Hand: Keeping New Zealand Wildlife Safe; Mark Inglis, To the Max: A Teen Reader’s Version of “No Mean Feat”

Anna Jackson: Bernard Beckett, Home Boys; Ken Catran, Lin and the Red Stranger, Tessa Duder, Tiggie Tompson’s Longest Journey

Isa Moynihan: Bronwyn Tate, Lily’s Cupola; Kelly Ana Morey, Bloom; Rosemary Wildblood, Joybird

Kim Worthington: Janet Frame – Outside the shadow (essay)

C K Stead: “Takapuna” (poem)

Patrick Evans: Janet Frame – The “Frame” effect (essay)

Phil Kawana: Huia Short Stories Five: Contemporary Maori Fiction (editor not given); Kateri Akiwenzie-Damm (ed), Without Reservation – Indigenous Erotica 

Margot Schwass: Barbara Anderson, Change of heart; Shonagh Koea, yet another ghastly christmas

Shelagh Duckham Cox: Fiona Kidman, Songs from the Violet Café

Susan Budd: Peter Wells, Iridescence

Gregory O’Brien: “Dominion” (poem)

Peter Wells: Maurice Gee, The Scornful Moon

Rosemary McLeod: Caroline Daley, Leisure and Pleasure: Reshaping and Revealing the New Zealand Body 1900-1960; Stacy Gregg, Undressed: New Zealand
fashion designers tell their stories

Barry Gustafson: Neill Atkinson, Adventures in Democracy. A History of the Vote in New Zealand

Les Cleveland: Anna Rogers, While You’re Away: New Zealand Nurses at War 1899-1948

Stephanie de Montalk: “Letting go” (comment)

 

 

 

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