Issue 118 Winter 2017

Volume 27 | Number 2 | Issue 118 |  Winter 2017

 

C K Stead: “The Year Was 69” (poem)

Sarah Ross: Sue Wootton, Strip

Ashlee Nelson: Sarah Laing, Mansfield and Me: A Graphic Memoir

Dinah Priestley: Sharon Murdoch (with commentary by Melinda Johnston), Murdoch: The Cartoons of Sharon Murdoch

Hamish Clayton: “Beginning with myths” (imprint)

Mike Grimshaw: Geoffrey Troughton and Stuart Lange (eds), Sacred Histories in Secular New Zealand

Harry Ricketts: Brian Turner (Steve Calveley photographer), Boundaries: People and Places of Central Otago

Helena Wiśniewska Brow: Panni Palásti, Budapest Girl: An Immigrant Confronts the Past

Rae Varcoe: Ronald W Jones, Doctors in Denial: The Forgotten Women in the “Unfortunate Experiment”

Gyles Beckford: Emma Johnson, Giovanni Tiso, Sarah Illingworth and Barnaby Bennett (eds), Don’t Dream It’s Over: Reimagining Journalism in Aotearoa New Zealand

Wayne Hope: Jo Smith, Māori Television: The First Ten Years

Chris Bourke: Norman Meehan (Tony Whincup photographer), New Zealand Jazz Life

Jane Westaway: Steve Braunias (Peter Black photographer), The Shops

Roger Blackley: Ngahiraka Mason and Zara Stanhope (eds), Gottfried Lindauer’s New Zealand: The Māori Portraits

Jock Phillips: John O’Leary, A Peculiar Gentleman: George Rusden – A Life; Andrew Sharp, The World, the Flesh and the Devil: The Life and Opinions of Samuel Marsden in England and the Antipodes, 1765-1838

Simon Upton: Ben Schrader, The Big Smoke: New Zealand Cities 1840-1920

Steven Loveridge: Ian McGibbon, New Zealand’s Western Front Campaign

Tony Simpson: Malcolm McKinnon, The Broken Decade: Prosperity, Depression and Recovery in New Zealand 1928-1939

David Grant: Peter Franks and Jim McAloon, The New Zealand Labour Party 1916-2016

Harry Ricketts:Anzac Day, Fields of Remembrance, Wellington, 2017” (poem)

Roger Robinson: Alistair Te Ariki Campbell, The Collected Poems of Alistair Te Ariki Campbell

Claire Mabey: Kelly Ana Morey, Daylight Second

Eirlys Hunter: Stacy Gregg, The Diamond Horse; Jack Lasenby, Grandad’s Wheelies; Chris Szekely, Rona; Leonie Agnew, The Impossible Boy

Paul Schimmel: “No country for old men” (comment)

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