Issue 62 | March 2004


Issue 62 Winter 2003Volume 14 | Number 1 | Issue 62 | March 2004

Garth Baker: Ron Palenski, Century in Black: 100 Years of All Black Test Rugby; Paul Verdon, Heritage: Golden Years of All Black Rugby; Bob Howitt and Diane Haworth, All Black Magic; 100 Years of New Zealand test rugby; John Matheson, Christian Cullen: Life on the Run; Paul Thomas, A Whole New Ball Game; Lindsay Knight, The Clubs



Jane Stafford: Writers and Readers Week

Lydia Wevers: Terry Sturm, An Unsettled Spirit: The Life & Frontier Fiction of Edith Lyttelton (G B Lancaster)

Catharina van Bohemen: Caren Wilton, The Heart Sutra; (editor not given), Bosom Buddies; Women’s Stories about Friendship, Love and Life

Kim Worthington: Rachel Barrowman, Mason: The Life of R A K Mason

Anna Livesey: Kapka Kassabova, Someone else’s life; James Norcliffe, Rat Tickling; David Howard and Fiona Pardington, How To Occupy Ourselves,

Paul Wolffram: Mervyn McLean & Margaret Orbell, Songs of a Kaumatua: Sung by Kino Hughes

John Allison: Mary-Jane Duffy, Mary Cresswell, Mary Macpherson, Kerry Hines, Millionaire’s Shortbread; Jo Thorpe, Len & other poems; Cilla McQueen, Soundings

Louise O’Brien: James George, Hummingbird; Albert Wendt, The Mango’s Kiss

Chris Else: Simon Morris, On Writing Hit Songs; David Burton, Biography of a Local Palate; Bill Manhire, Under the Influence

Eirlys Hunter: Bill Redding (as told to Fleur Beale), Red Dog in Bandit Country – A true story; Penelope Todd, Watermark; Ted Dawe, Thunder Road

David Eggleton: “The Book Reviewer” (poem)

W K Hastings: Heather Worth, Gay Men, Sex and HIV

Margaret Clark: Malcolm McKinnon, Treasury: The New Zealand Treasury 1840-2000

Roger Robinson: Witi Ihimaera, Sky Dancer

Mark Williams: Simone Oettli-van Delden, Surfaces of Strangeness: Janet Frame and the Rhetoric of Madness; Paul Sharrad: Albert Wendt and Pacific Literature: Circling the Void

C K Stead: “On Fame” (poem)

Norman Bilbrough: Peter Shaw, Why Go To The Riviera: Images of Wellington

Paul Thompson: W H T Partington, Te Awa: Partington’s photographs of Whanganui Maori

Tim Hazledine: Mike Moore, A World Without Walls: Freedom, Development, Free Trade and Global Governance

Jane Tolerton: “The girl behind the good keen man” (“imprints”)

Nicholas Reid: Ronald Holloway (1909-2003) (obituary)


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