Issue 119 Spring 2017

Volume 27 | Number 3 | Issue 119 | Spring 2017

Editorial

Letters

David Larsen: Pip Adam, The New Animals

Anne Kennedy: Damien Wilkins, Lifting

John McCrystal: Apirana Taylor, Five Strings; Dominic Hoey, Iceland

Louise O’Brien: Dulcie Castree, A Surfeit of Sunsets; Bonnie Etherington, The Earth Cries Out

Emma Martin: Sarah Quigley, The Suicide Club

Annabel Gooder: Dan Rabarts and Lee Murray (eds), At the Edge

Phillip Mann: James McNaughton, Star Sailors

Helen Anderson: Welby Ings, Disobedient Teaching: Surviving and Creating Change in Education

Simon Upton: Michael Bassett, New Zealand’s Prime Ministers: From Dick Seddon to John Key

Christopher Pugsley: Nicky Hager and Jon Stephenson, Hit and Run: The New Zealand SAS in Afghanistan and the Meaning of Honour

Jon Johansson: Nicky Hager and Jon Stephenson, Hit and Run: The New Zealand SAS in Afghanistan and the Meaning of Honour

Charlotte Simmonds: Trish Harris, The Walking Stick Tree; Julie Hanify, A Small Blue Thing; Jenny Powell, The Case of the Missing Body; Evie Mahoney, What Does the Sea Sound Like?

Julia Marshall: John McIntyre (obituary)

Barbara Else: Barbara Murison (obituary)

David Hill: James Norcliffe, Twice Upon a Time; Joanna Grochowicz, Into the White; Doug Wilson, Taupo Blows!

Fleur Adcock: Frances Edmond and Sue Fitchett (eds), Night Burns with a White Fire: The Essential Lauris Edmond

Elizabeth Crayford: Tusiata Avia, Fale Aitu/Spirit House; Courtney Sina Meredith, Tail of the Taniwha; Simone Kaho, Lucky Punch

Frances Edmond: Victor Rodger, Victor Rodger: Black Faggot and other Plays

Mark Houlahan: Roger Hall, Best Playwriting Book Ever; Alison Quigan, Vivienne Plumb and Lynda Chanwai-Earle, Shift; Ken Duncum and Rebecca Rodden, Bats Plays

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