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Poetry NZ 29 (2004)


FRONT COVER:


Olivia Macassey
[Cover design: Bill Wieben]



Poetry NZ
Editor: Alistair Paterson

(Issue 29, 2004)

ISSN 0114-5770. 111 pp.

Auckland, NZ & Palm Springs, California, USA: Brick Row, September 2004



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    Editorial:
  1. Alistair Paterson / 9

  2. Featured Poet:
  3. Olivia Macassey / Background / 10
    1. Otesánek / 11
    2. Sub Rosa / 13
    3. four chambers / 17
    4. my beautiful cinderella / 18
    5. ring of roses / 20
    6. white cloth / 23

    Other Poets:
  4. Rob Allan / Incidentals / 27
  5. Tania Aleschin / Your place or mine? / 29
  6. Jenny Argante / He should, she ought / 30
  7. Tony Beyer / Exul Poeta / 31
  8. Tania Brady / sylvia plath & me / 32
  9. Gillian Brandon / a kind of psychiatry / 34
  10. Owen Bul!ock / Mulberry Leaves / Catherine Mair / 35
  11. Du Fu / Seeing a friend off on a long journey / Struggling south / 37
  12. Kathryn Dudding / Aengus - the song / 38
  13. Sue Emms / Deaf and Bewildered / 40
  14. Michael Farrell / paperclips / 41
  15. Jan FitzGerald / Wolf Woman / 42
  16. Dolores Guglielmo / In a Japanese Tearoom / 43
  17. Paula Harris / after two months ... / 44
  18. Kerry Hines / Biography / From Foreign Lands and Peoples / 46
  19. Jan Kemp / At Port Lligat / Dali, past it? / 48
  20. Konrad Kuiper / Sonnets 1 & 2 / 53
  21. Leicester Kyle / People Like Us / 'As the eyes are moist ...' / 54
  22. Leonard Lambert / Contessa / 56
  23. Stefanie Lash / The Idiot's Guide to Poetic Place Names / 57
  24. Michele Leggott / manna beans / 59
  25. Simon Lewis / Miles from Auckland / 63
  26. Margaret McCarthy / Samhain / 64
  27. Barbara McCartney / letter from Alex / 66
  28. Judith McCombs / Thinskin Finds a Theme Song / 67
  29. Harvey McQueen / Rereading Ted Hughes' 'Crow' / 68
  30. Catherine Mair / A Dark Line on the Horizon / 69
  31. Emma Neale / Rhododendron / 70
  32. Heidi North / We don't speak Russian / 71
  33. Megan Parish / Moving Away / 72
  34. John Pasley / The Ballad of '46 / 76
  35. Rae Pater / Circles and snares / 77
  36. Mark Pirie / The Western Approach / Blood and Guts, eh? / Senseless Sonnet / 78
  37. Vivienne Plumb / Hotorama / 82
  38. Patricia Prime / The sun rising / 83
  39. Donald Revell / The Gaza of Winter / 84
  40. Helen Rickerby / Married to genius / 86
  41. Anna Rugis / Self image / 89
  42. Paul Schimmel / Six chairs missing / 90
  43. Lewis Scott / Drops of Recall / 91
  44. Pip Sheehan / Cicadas / 92
  45. Catherine Styles / After reading Racine's 'Phedre' / 93
  46. Jenny Vuglar / Beethoven's Death Mask / 94
  47. Sarah White / Twelfth Night Song / The Name Keats / 95
  48. David Winwood / The Vision Thing / 97
  49. Sue Wootton / Sonnet, then, for love / 98

  50. Comment:
  51. Bryan Walpert / Say What You Mean: Revell, Shakespeare, and the Pleasures of Opacity / 99

  52. Review:
  53. David Beach / The Adulterer's Bible by Cliff Fell / 105

  54. Books in brief:
  55. Alistair Paterson / Short reviews of new publications / 107

  56. Notes on Contributors / 110




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