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Poetry NZ 35 (2007)


FRONT COVER:


Nicolas Kurtovich
[Cover design: Bill Wieben]



Poetry NZ
Associate Editor: Owen Bullock

(Issue 35, 2007)

ISSN 0114-5770. 111 pp.

Auckland: Puriri Press / Palm Springs, California: Brick Row, September 2007



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    Editorial:
  1. Owen Bullock / 9

  2. Featured Poet:
  3. Three New Caledonian Poets (trans. Jean Anderson) / Background / 10
  4. Nicolas Kurtovich / 11
    1. Two Days in Pouitchala / 11
    2. Ode to the Poor / 14
    3. Living at the Foot of Kaala Mountain / 15
  5. Frédéric Ohlen / 25
    1. I remember the human zoos / 25
    2. The wind lifts the skirt of the trees / 27
    3. They will be lovers / 27
    4. The little old scavenging woman / 28
  6. Paul Wamo / 30
    1. Morning has come / 30
    2. The same music / 30
    3. Emergency exit / 31
    4. Unfiction / 31
    5. More / 32
    6. Chorus of the vines / 32

    Other Poets:
  7. Raewyn Alexander / happy is when pain forgets its music / shoes will eat you / 33
  8. Rob Allan / News of Otago / Revisiting Clinton by Highway One / 34
  9. Stu Bagby / 1953 / 35
  10. Kerry Craig / Belonging / Teachers / 36
  11. Jen Crawford / museum to the memory of war / 37
  12. Peter Crisp / A slender silhouette / Kotuku / 40
  13. Waiata Dawn Davies / Ireland unvisited / 42
  14. Shirley Deuchrass / This is it / 43
  15. Nicola Easthope / College reunion / The end of the month / 44
  16. David Flynn / The man who played cricket ... / 46
  17. Basim Furat / Man of blood / Life runs wherever you catch it / A descendant / 49
  18. Rhian Gallagher / The work of longing / 52
  19. Jane Griffin / Dialogue 3 / 53
  20. Michael Hall / A South Pacific way of looking / Voice / 54
  21. Trevor Hayes / Practising Spanish adjectives / Foreign house plants / 56
  22. Arthur Kimball / At the Victrola / 57
  23. Leonard Lambert / Huntress / White winds / 58
  24. Will Leadbeater / Her name is the title of the poem / 60
  25. Jessica Le Bas / notes / swamp journey, without my mother / a doctor poem / 61
  26. Olivia Macassey / Like trophies / Boxing Day / Untitled (jouissance) / 64
  27. Robert McLean / A crepuscule of Rapaki / An Antipodean interment / 67
  28. John Millett / A wife / 69
  29. A. Mary Murphy / my humiliation spread like jam / my mother could make pinwheels / 71
  30. Mark A. Murphy / Britain / 72
  31. Art Nahill / My eight-year old son asks ... / Creation myth / 75
  32. Julia O'Connor / Affair / 77
  33. Jacqueline Ottaway / The otherworld / Litany of our fathers / 78
  34. Helen Patrice / Wet 2 / David – at age 5 / 80
  35. Vivienne Plumb / Rural delivery / 82
  36. Nicholas Reid / Harar / Silverfish / 83
  37. Anna Rugis / Conjudo a la vela – an ass under full sail / 86
  38. Peter Jay Shippy / Musique concrètism / 88
  39. Elizabeth Sullivan / The green shirt / Examination snapshots / 89
  40. Ann Walker / Providence at Ruakura Research Station / 92
  41. Laura M. Wiseman / amnesty international australia / Unknown unknowns / 94

  42. Comment:
  43. Jack Ross / Irony and After: New bearings in NZ poetry / 95

  44. Review:
  45. Bernard Gadd / Incognito by Jessica Le Bas / 104

  46. Books and magazines in brief:
  47. Owen Bullock / Short reviews of new publications / 107

  48. Notes on Contributors / 110




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