Issue 124 Summer 2018

Summer 2018 Issue 124Volume 28 | Number 4 | Issue 124 | Summer 2018

 

Letters

John McCrystal: Tina Makereti, The Imaginary Lives of James Pōneke

Gyles Beckford: Brian Easton for Te Whanau o Waipareira, Heke Tangata: Māori in Markets and Cities

Tim Hazledine: Various authors, The Big Questions: What is New Zealand’s Future?

Louise Wareham Leonard: Lizzie Marvelly, That F Word: Growing up Feminist in Aotearoa

Jane Westaway: Maurice Gee, Memory Pieces

Lisa Warrington: Renée, These Two Hands: A Memoir

Mark Houlahan: Fiona Graham, Performing Dramaturgy; Lisa Warrington and David O’Donnell, Floating Islanders: Pasifika Theatre in Aotearoa; Oscar Kightley, Dawn Raids

Tim Upperton: David Beach, How to Defeat the Philistines; Harry Ricketts, Winter Eyes; Kevin Ireland, A Fine Morning at Passchendaele

Chris Else: Brendaniel Weir, Tane’s War; Tess Redgrave, Gone to Pegasus; Amy Head, Rotoroa

Bill Hastings: Nicholas Sheppard, Broken Play

Spiro Zavos: Peter Bills, The Jersey: The Secrets Behind the World’s Most Successful Team; Ron Palenski, Murdoch: The All Black Who Never Returned

Melissa Laing: Christina Barton, Towards a History of the Contemporary: Gordon H Brown Lecture 16

Graeme Lay: “Is the book launch dead?” (comment)

Anna Mackenzie: Eirlys Hunter, The Mapmakers’ Race; Arne Norlin and Sally Astridge, Time Twins; David Hill, Finding Linda Burgess: Fiona Jordan, Donato and the Cartege Blade; Des Hunt, 1918: Broken Poppies; Suzanne Main, How Not to Stop a Kidnap Plot; Pauline (Vaeluaga) Smith, Dawn Raid

Sam Mahon: Catherine Knight, Beyond Manapouri: 50 Years of Environmental Politics in New Zealand

Nicholas Reid: Paul Moon, The Waikato: A History of New Zealand’s Greatest River

Paul Moon: Meaghan Wilson Anastasios, The Pacific in the Wake of Captain Cook, with Sam Neill

Jennifer Shennan: Marianne Schultz, Limbs Dance Company: Dance for All People, 1977-1989

Martin Lodge: Chris Bourke: Good-bye Maoriland: The Songs and Sounds of New Zealand’s Great War

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