Issue 121 Autumn 2018

Volume 28 | Number 1 | Issue 121 | Autumn 2018

 

Letters

Mark Broatch: Paula Morris, False River

Maggie Trapp: Catherine Chidgey, The Beat of the Pendulum: A Found Novel; Kirsten McDougall, Tess; Catherine Robertson, Gabriel’s Bay

Craig Cliff: C K Stead, The Necessary Angel; Patrick Evans, Salt Picnic; Tim Corballis, Our Future is in the Air

Catherine Robertson: Paddy Richardson, Through the Lonesome Dark

Jim Mora: Tom Scott, Drawn Out: A Seriously Funny Memoir

Max Harris: Colin James, Unquiet Time: Aotearoa/New Zealand in a Fast-changing World

John Larkindale: Gerald McGhie, Balancing Acts: Reflections of a New Zealand Diplomat

David V Williams: Brad Patterson, Richard S Hill and Kathryn Patterson (eds), After the Treaty: The Settler State, Race Relations and Power in Colonial New Zealand

Lydia Wevers: Anne Salmond, Tears of Rangi: Experiments Across Worlds

Mark Williams: Peter Simpson (ed), Charles Brasch: Journals 1945–1957

Michael Hulse: Elizabeth Caffin and Terry Sturm (eds), Allen Curnow: Collected Poems

Simon During: Terry Sturm (Linda Cassells ed), Allen Curnow: Simply by Sailing in a New Direction

Elspeth Sandys: At the Robert Lord cottage (comment)

Guest editorial: Readership survey results

Miriam Meyerhoff: Michael C Corballis, The Truth About Language: What it is and where it came from

Stella Ramage: Conal McCarthy and Mark Stocker (eds), Colonial Gothic to Māori Renaissance: Essays in Memory of Jonathan Mane-Wheoki

Sylvan Thomson: Evan Hazenberg and Miriam Meyerhoff (eds), Representing Trans: Linguistic, Legal and Everyday Perspectives

Julia Millen: Michael Gill, Edmund Hillary: A Biography

Jonathan Lane: Lilia Tarawa, Daughter of Gloriavale: My Life in a Religious Cult

Helen Watson White: Huberta Hellendoorn, Astride a Fierce Wind

Dylan Horrocks: Brent Williams (Korkut Öztekin illus), Out of the Woods: A Journey Through Depression and Anxiety

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