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Poetry NZ 42 (2011)


FRONT COVER:


Mark Young
[Cover design: Bill Wieben]



Poetry NZ
Editor: Alistair Paterson

(Issue 42, 2011)

ISSN 0114-5770. 111 pp.

Auckland: Puriri Press / Palm Springs, California: Brick Row, March 2011



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CONTENTS:





    Editorial:
  1. Alistair Paterson / 7

  2. Featured Poet:
  3. Mark Young / Background / 8
    1. vogue / 9
    2. custom-made in the region / 10
    3. The nine situations / 11
    4. stops on the morning-thought bus route / 12
    5. Late-night radio / 13
    6. geographies: Montevideo / 14
    7. geographies: Gdansk / 14
    8. pecheur / 15
    9. Manoeuvring / 16
    10. c'est / la durée / de cette vidéo / 17
    11. Brecht, surprisingly / 17
    12. intertwine / 18
    13. The aesthetic possibilites of Tokyo / 19
    14. Those character arcs / 20
    15. Energy / 21
    16. A personal, portable Beowulf cluster / 22
    17. Mishkin in Wonderland / 23

    Other Poets:
  4. Rizwan Akhtar / Director's cut / 24
  5. Raewyn Alexander / canyon songs / 25
  6. Ruth Arnison / Grin and bear it / 26
  7. Owen Bullock / bits of autumn / 30
  8. Zarah Butcher / still life with horse head / 33
  9. Tony Chad / Floating / 34
  10. Janet Charman / the gold zipper / 'The homecoming' / 35
  11. Sue Clennell / Theseus and Aegeus / Vincent / 37
  12. Jennifer Compton / Everything is for a very short time / 39
  13. Craig Cotter / Hi Ron Padgett! / pizzeria sol y luna / 40
  14. Alison Denham / Orchard / 42
  15. Allan Drew / Forward-looking statements / 43
  16. Johanna Emeney / Binham Priory / 44
  17. Riemke Ensing / Whaiora – the pursuit of life / 45
  18. Jane Griffin / Good Friday / 46
  19. Gregory Gilbert Gumbs / Watch the omnipresent U.S. TV / 47
  20. Vaughan Gunson / portrait of the artist as a young parent / Parisian backstreets are not here / 48
  21. Alamgir Hashmi / How pale the first moon of the year / 50
  22. Trevor Hayes / Already seen / The fall of the monarchy / 51
  23. Marion Jones / Return / 52
  24. Robert Kempen / Happened – happening / 53
  25. Will Leadbeater / Homage to Hollywood / 54
  26. Jessica Le Bas / The white bluff / Bovine theatricals / As is so frequently said / 55
  27. philip loyd / every once in a while / pity the poor ponies ... / 58
  28. Emma Macdonald / 'Girl vs. Simplicity' / 60
  29. Robert McLean / Entitlements and divagations ... / 61
  30. Jon Napier / Mania and minotaurs / 65
  31. Tim Nees / Triolet on the canal / 66
  32. Michael O'Leary / T.A.B. ula rasa / 67
  33. Maris O'Rourke / Friday night in Te Kuiti / 70
  34. Sarah Penwarden / Super City / Stone circle / 72
  35. Sugu Pillay / Chendor Beach, Malaysia / Transcendent harmonies / 74
  36. Mark Pirie / The return / Blind man / 76
  37. Nicholas Reid / Transfiguration Sunday / 78
  38. Anna Rugis / First question / 81
  39. Lisa Samuels / Newcomer / 83
  40. L. E. Scott / Generation / 86
  41. Ila Selwyn / at the bay / 89
  42. Fred Simpson / Earthquake / Smoke in winter / 90
  43. Barry Southam / The collector / 92
  44. Bill Sutton / Words / 93

  45. Comment:
  46. Alistair Paterson / Poetry as a survival mechanism / 94

  47. Review:
  48. Nicholas Reid / Lost Relatives by Siobhan Harvey / 104

  49. Books and magazines in brief:
  50. Alistair Paterson / Short reviews of new publications / 106

  51. Notes on Contributors / 110




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