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Poetry NZ 36 (2008)


FRONT COVER:


Marissa Johnpillai
[Cover design: Bill Wieben]



Poetry NZ
Associate Editor: Owen Bullock

(Issue 36, 2008)

ISSN 0114-5770. 111 pp.

Auckland: Puriri Press / Palm Springs, California: Brick Row, March 2008



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    Editorial:
  1. Owen Bullock / 9

  2. Featured Poet:
  3. Marissa Johnpillai / Background / 10
    1. saturday night fever / 11
    2. when nuns said hup / 12
    3. oo (infinity) / 13
    4. miss kaytana lip-syncs to j-lo / 14
    5. the shaded side of the hill / 15
    6. eye & eye / 17
    7. no baby (boo for you) / 18
    8. move your body like a / 19
    9. salut / 20
    10. rape-me boots / 21
    11. hymn for her / 22
    12. pissu gaeni (mad woman) / 25
    13. she'll be right / 26
    14. the eight moods of a heroine / 27
    15. how to tell if your banana is a girl / 28

    Other Poets:
  4. Joe Bacal / Ah, the unexpected / Ex communication / 29
  5. Robert James Berry / Gone / 31
  6. Tony Beyer / Orpheus / 32
  7. Iain Britton / The New China Café / Through the vanilla-coloured venetian blinds / 34
  8. Sarah Broom / Leviticus / 38
  9. Patrick Carrington / Learning history in nursery school / 40
  10. Tony Chad / Pointless / 41
  11. C. E. Chaffin / Strangers / 42
  12. Craig Cotter / Advice for Carrie Preston / 43
  13. Shirley Deuchrass / Bad mood / 45
  14. Eric Dodson / Selections / 46
  15. Blair Ewing / Mockingbird / 47
  16. Jan FitzGerald / Hand surgery / 48
  17. Gary Forrester / Unrequited / 49
  18. Robin Fry / Double abecedarian / 50
  19. Bernard Gadd / Borderer / Gods / Reveille / 51
  20. Alice Hooton / On his father's side / Posthumously / 54
  21. Becca Joyce / Snapshots of a wedding / 56
  22. Jan Kemp / A la recherche de votre temps perdu / 57
  23. Harvey Molloy / The exorbitant / 61
  24. Edward Mycue / Salad bar at Joujou’s, peacetime / 65
  25. John O'Connor / Casual / Flower / Concern for the sky / 66
  26. Mai Van Phan / Supposition for the next morning / 68
  27. Mark Pirie / Edward Tregear / 69
  28. Kerry Popplewell / Graveyard, Alice Springs / Roadhouse at Ebenezer / 72
  29. Anna Rugis / Ivor's gems / Anarchy and magic / 73
  30. Elizabeth Smither / Activities around Comet McNaught / 81
  31. C. K. Stead / A/go / Here the poems ... / 82
  32. Ginny Sullivan / What happened / Summer Grass / 85
  33. Jocelyne Thébault / There is a maze, and I've been there / The commuter going home / 87
  34. Jo Thorpe / Wanting only that the singing continue / Five ways we recognise grace / 90
  35. Suzanne Vaassen / Poem about my father / 93
  36. L. M. Wallace / Dylan / Martinborough / 94
  37. Rodney Williams / Verandah / 96
  38. Saint James Harris Wood / Coups and love affairs / 97

  39. Reviews:
  40. Nicholas Reid / End of Snapshots by Bernard Gadd / 99
  41. Siobhan Harvey / Becoming Someone Who Isn't by Jill Chan / 103

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

  44. Notes on Contributors / 110




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