Issue 113 Autumn 2016

113-coverVolume 26 | Number 1 | Issue 113 | Autumn 2016

Editorial

Letter

Tim Upperton: “The Bare Hook” (poem)

David Hill: Michael Brown and Mat Tait, The Heading Dog Who Split in Half: Legends and Tall Tales From New Zealand

Abby Loader and Abby Simpson: Whiti Hereaka, Bugs

Lucy Prestidge: Janet Frame, To the Is-Land

Emma Martin: Kate De Goldi, From the Cutting Room of Barney Kettle

Kathryn Walls: Joy Cowley, The Bakehouse; Barbara Else, The Knot Impossible: A Tale of Fontania; Stacy Gregg, The Girl Who Rode the Wind

Sarah Ross: Charlotte Grimshaw, Starlight Peninsula

Lloyd Jones: Bill Manhire, The Stories of Bill Manhire

Ingrid Horrocks: Martin Edmond, The Dreaming Land 

Tina Shaw: Bianca Zander, The Predictions; Sue Orr, The Party Line

Bryan Gould: Jon Johansson and Stephen Levine (eds), Moments of Truth: The New Zealand General Election of 2014

Ann Beaglehole: Adrienne Jansen and Liz Grant (Michael Hall photographer), Migrant Journeys: New Zealand Taxi Drivers Tell Their Stories

Nick Ascroft: “Five Limericks on Grief” (poem)

Paul Moon: Rebecca Lenihan, From Alba to Aotearoa: Profiling New Zealand Scots Migrants 1840-1920; Angela McCarthy, Migration, Ethnicity, and Madness: New Zealand, 1860-1910

Rewa Morgan: Ron Crosby, Kūpapa – The Bitter Legacy of Māori Alliances with the Crown

Lydia Wevers: Tony Ballantyne, Entanglements of Empire: Missionaries, Māori, and the Question of the Body

Cherie Lacey: Annabel Cooper, Lachy Paterson and Angela Wanhalla (eds), The Lives of Colonial Objects

Tina Makereti: Arapera Blank, For Someone I Love – A Collection of Writing

John Dennison: Roger Horrocks, Song of the Ghost in the Machine; Murray Edmond, Shaggy Magpie Songs; Richard Reeve, Generation Kitchen

Spiro Zavos: Steve Williams with Michael Donaldson, Out of the Rough

Roger Robinson: Norman Harris (obituary)

Chris Else: Jerome Kaino, Jerome Kaino: My Story; Brando Yelavich, Wildboy; Lance O’Sullivan, The Good Doctor; Simon Grigg, How Bizarre; Laurence Fearnley, Lydia Bradey: Going Up is Easy

Chris Szekely: Donald Jackson Kerr, Hocken: Prince of Collectors

Christina Stachurski: Alison Parr, Remembering Christchurch: Voices from Decades Past; Fiona Farrell, A Villa at the End of the Empire: One Hundred Ways to Read a City; Joe Bennett, King Rich

Elizabeth Crayford: David Hood, The Rhetoric and the Reality: New Zealand Schools and Schooling in the 21st Century

Wystan Curnow: Len Lye with Roger Horrocks, Zizz! The Life and Art of Len Lye

Kathryn Carmody: “Making the Pieces Fit” (comment)

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