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Poetry NZ 17 (1998)


FRONT COVER:


Paula Green
[Cover design: Bill Wieben]



Poetry NZ
Editor: Alistair Paterson

(Issue 17, 1998)

ISSN 0114-5770. 91 pp.

Auckland: Brick Row Publishing Co. Ltd., September 1998



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CONTENTS:





    Editorial:
  1. Alistair Paterson / 9

  2. Featured Poet:
  3. Paula Green / Background / 10
    1. home / 11

    Other Poets
  4. Raewyn Alexander / Hold / 25
  5. John Allison / The Journal of Robert Delaunay / White Noise, New Year / 26
  6. Tony Beyer / Personal Matter / 29
  7. Charles Bukowski / little theatre in Hollywood / nobody home / 30
  8. Philippa Christmas / Arrival / 34
  9. Tom Clark / Out of the Fog / Light Sleeper / Bach's Booty / Earthshine / Prolepsis / 35
  10. Jennifer Compton / Amulet / 38
  11. Kay McKenzie Cooke / Proper Endings / Seeing Someone at the Airport / 39
  12. Stephanie de Montalk / Ode to Small Things ... / 40
  13. Lee Dowrick / cannibals 2 / 41
  14. Riemke Ensing / Parables with a four coloured bowl ... / Blood Falls / 42
  15. Bernard Gadd / Catullus Aging / 44
  16. Claire Goodwin / I used to know you / 46
  17. Alma Hromić / Ordinary Days / 48
  18. Harry Johnson / The Three Tenors / 49
  19. Jan Kemp / The Ballad of Donna Quixote / 50
  20. August Kleinzahler / Diablo: A Recipe / Sunday Morning / 53
  21. Konrad Kuiper / Untitled / 58
  22. Leicester Kyle / The Lady Meets the New Land / 59
  23. Trevor Landers / A Prague Bed / 60
  24. Donna Lee / Zambesi River Bank / 61
  25. Lorraine Marwood / A Salt Desert Donkey / 62
  26. Gary Mutton / Status / 63
  27. John O'Connor / The Rotary Washer / 64
  28. Ruth Pink / "One percent warmer ...” / 65
  29. Jenny Powell-Chalmers / Gulli-gulli Man / 67
  30. Patricia Prime / A View of India / 68
  31. Suzanne Sennitt- Warner / Separation/Connection / 69
  32. Iain Sharp / 1849 (A Footnote) / A Query / 70
  33. Tracey Slaughter / l-a-n-g-u-a-g-e / 72
  34. Rae Varcoe / Sheets in the Wind / 74
  35. Mark Wilkins / Speaking of the Dead / 75
  36. Nick Williamson / Portrait of Betty Curnow / 76

  37. Comment:
  38. August Kleinzahler / Where it's at in America / 77

  39. Book Reviews and Events:
  40. Mark Pirie / The Oxford History of NZ Literarure in English ed. Terry Sturm / 80
  41. Alma Hromić / Walking into the Millennium by Denys Trussell / 84
  42. Catherine Mair / Tauranga Poetry Festival / 86

  43. Books and Magazines in Brief:
  44. Alistair Paterson / Short reviews of new publications / 87

  45. Notes on Contributors / 90



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