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Poetry NZ 33 (2006)


FRONT COVER:


Siobhan Harvey
[Cover design: Bill Wieben]



Poetry NZ
Editor: Alistair Paterson

(Issue 33, 2006)

ISSN 0114-5770. 111 pp.

Auckland, NZ & Palm Springs, California, USA: Brick Row, September 2006



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CONTENTS:





    Editorial:
  1. Alistair Paterson / 9

  2. Featured Poet:
  3. Siobhan Harvey / Background / 10
    1. Pomology / 11
    2. How to feel the pull of gravity / 14
    3. Ravens / 15
    4. Snap, crash, bang / 19
    5. Cicada / 22
    6. Woman at a window / 24
    7. Mocking-bird / 25
    8. Blood orange / 26

    Other Poets:
  4. Raewyn Alexander / the black plastic wheelbarrow / 27
  5. Rob Allan / The poet reads from the Book of Fame / 28
  6. Tony Beyer / Lost / 29
  7. Iain Britton / Bucking the hallucinations / 30
  8. Eric Dodson / ? / 31
  9. Rhonda Douglas / Des femmes nues / 32
  10. Doc Drumheller / Debating the paranormal / Mending the Second Amendment / 35
  11. Riemke Ensing / The wedding at the winery / Towards Parahara / 37
  12. Blair Ewing / Journal-fragment, circa 2022 B.C.E. / Extraordinary rendition / 39
  13. Basim Furat / Something about you; something about me / The Samurai / 42
  14. Jane Griffin / Caged angel / 45
  15. Elanna Herbert / Once upon ... / 46
  16. Mike Johnson / Song of an ancient arrowhead / time immutable / 48
  17. Frank Koenegracht / Strange days / Ferryman / 40
  18. Leicester Kyle / Porphyry Reef / Weak before you / 52
  19. Leonard Lambert / Timelag / Sentinel / 54
  20. Laurel Lamperd / The letter writer and Vermeer / 55
  21. Barbara McCartney / Purkinje shift / 56
  22. Olivia Macassey / The art of emorional blackmail / Oswiençim / I want you to know that I know where you live / 57
  23. Gardner McFall / Buried Village, North Island, New Zealand / Flash / 60
  24. Catherine Mair / the beauty of a skillsaw blade when silent / 61
  25. Adrianne Marcus / So little blue, so white: the sky of Vermeer / 62
  26. Susanne Morning / Driving etiquette / 63
  27. Eric Mould / The ink blot test / Saturday afternoon / 64
  28. Bob Orr / Song to Milarepa / 66
  29. Rae Pater / The smallest God / flicker-fish / 69
  30. Frank Pervan / Towers and castles / 71
  31. Mark Pirie / An exchange / Persephone's complaint to Zeus and Demeter / New Year's 2005 / First Epistle / 72
  32. Christina M. Rau / Cotton candy / 78
  33. Jack Ross / Sleep threshold - hypnagogia / 80
  34. Robert Sullivan / Biographical data / Review / 81
  35. Linda Newman Woito / My dates with Joe Six-Pack / 83
  36. St James Harris Wood / The murderer's house / Dreamt by the sun / 84
  37. Sue Wootton / Soviet Occupation Museum / 86

  38. Comment:
  39. Sarah Broom / The tribes of poetry: 'Experimentalism' and the 'Mainstream' in Britain / 87

  40. Review:
  41. Jack Ross / Death of the Old Gang: Sarah Broom, Contemporary British and Irish Poetry / 96
  42. Scott Hamilton / Better than Deaker: Jack Ross and Jan Kemp, Classic New Zealand Poets in Performance / 101
  43. Jennifer Straus / Poems for the thoughtful sensualist, the global citizen: Stephen Oliver, Either Side the Horizon / 104

  44. Books and magazines in brief:
  45. Alistair Paterson / Short reviews of new publications / Queen’s Birthday Honour / 106

  46. Notes on Contributors / 110




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