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Poetry NZ 31 (2005)


FRONT COVER:


Alistair Campbell
[Cover photograph: c.1960 / Cover design: Bill Wieben]



Poetry NZ
Editor: Alistair Paterson

(Issue 31, 2005)

ISSN 0114-5770. 103 pp.

Auckland, NZ & Palm Springs, California, USA: Brick Row, September 2005



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CONTENTS:





    Editorial:
  1. Alistair Paterson / 9

  2. Featured Poet:
  3. Alistair Campbell / Background / 10
    1. Cook Islands Rhapsodies / 11
    2. Watching / 17
    3. Trumpet Voluntary / 18
    4. Casanova / 19
    5. Changeover / 20
    6. Fairy Tale / 21
    7. Two Mirrors / 22
    8. Akaotu's Rage / 23
    9. Morning Blues / 24
    10. Shepherd's Purse / 25
    11. Red Clover / 26
    12. Holiday Piece / 27
    13. Kiwi / 28

    Other Poets:
  4. Peter Bakowski / Instructions to horsemen ... / 29
  5. Dean Ballinger / The Edo / 30
  6. Kathryn Dudding / But a thought … / 32
  7. Riemke Ensing / Still / Light / Bach with gull & gums / 33
  8. Helen Frances / Horror / Carrefour / 36
  9. Janis Freegard / The liking / On reflection / The skeleton ending / 37
  10. Desiree S. Gezentsvey / When you are away / 39
  11. Franco Gisuti / nineteen-seventy-one / 40
  12. Gregory G. Gumbs / Ooh, if only I could sing as well / Living in between / 41
  13. Charles Juliet / Trois poèmes écrits en Nouvelle Zélande / 43
  14. Tim Keane / Odalisque / 46
  15. Arthur Kimball / Ars Longa / 49
  16. Brent Kininmont / Dispatches from a day tour / 51
  17. Jessica Le Bas / house at Malindi / in which we don't go to the movies / 53
  18. Ralph Luttermoser / Notes towards a cosmology of longing / 56
  19. Olivia Macassey / how to dispose of the body / Ansia de Eshtua / 59
  20. Robert McLean / Julia / 61
  21. Catherine Mair / Believer / Seasonal / 62
  22. Simon Perris / The four loves / Absent friends / Things fall apart / 64
  23. Kerry Popplewell / The visitor from Denmark / 67
  24. Patricia Prime / White & red / 68
  25. Nicholas Reid / Counting to the coast / 69
  26. Anna Rugis / lark and bluebird / 70
  27. Jocelyne Thébault / But it's all in the mind / The room is small, the person will die / 72
  28. Jo Thorpe / Holding, as we must to the ah of day ... / 74
  29. Marcus Turver / Goodbyes / 76
  30. Richard von Sturmer / Dark Lights / 78
  31. Sue Wootton / November hail / 81

  32. Comment:
  33. Nelson Wattie / Alistair Te Ariki Campbell & the community of readers / 82
  34. Mark Pirie / The new American poetry / 90

  35. Books in brief:
  36. Alistair Paterson / Short reviews of new publications / 99

  37. Notes on Contributors / 102




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