Index

Index to broadsheet: new new zealand poetry

Issues 1-20

Author Index

Adcock, Fleur  Thames (No. 19)
A Game of 500 (No. 19)

Alexander, Raewyn  What is a Star? (No. 6)

Allan, Rosetta  Safe (No. 15)
Woodville Revisited (No. 15)

Anon (UK) Football (No. 13)

Arlov, Anita  Four Parts Blue (No. 15)
The Glint on the Water (No. 15)

Arsenev, Pavel (Russia)  Translator’s Note (No. 16)

Ascroft, Nick  Your Great-Aunt and the Retirement (No. 15)
A Hundred Names, Never Heard (No. 15)
House, Kid, Dog (No. 18)
House, Kid, Dog (No. 18)

Auld, Una  The Mount (No. 12)
Easter Lilies (No. 12)
Star-Song (No. 12)
Beneath (No. 12)

Barnes, Emma  Sacral (No. 7)
He Says (No. 7)

Barnett, Sarah Jane  Maori Battalion, C Company (No. 7)

Berengarten, Richard (UK)  From Manual (No. 2)
Siesta (No. 11)
Approach Me Not (No. 11)
Anomalous Phenomena (No. 11)
Hence Into Suchness (No. 11)
Insomniac Presence (No. 11)
Moon Over Sea (No. 11)
– From Changing (No. 17)

Bernhardt, Jeanne Untitled Poems (No. 1)
Damians Poem (No. 4)
– Siringo Road (No. 17)
Luz (No. 17)
The Sun (No. 17)

Beyer, Tony  Ode (No. 1)
– Mother Lode (No. 1)
Duke (No. 5)
Majesty (No. 5)
Death Scenes in Nineteenth Century Novels (No. 11)
The Only Game (No. 18)
Max (No. 18)

Bland, Peter  The Visit (i.m. Louis Johnson) (No. 2)
– Four Poems for Riemke Ensing (No. 15)
Concerning Our Own Bit of Time… (No. 19)
The Spirit House (No. 19)
Exotic (No. 19)
The Distance Between Us (No. 19)
Regression (No. 19)
This Poem Starts Right Now… (No. 19)
Don’t Worry About Those Angels (No. 19)
Evensong (No. 19)
Ends and Beginnings (No. 19)

Bolton, Ken (Australia)  Tramps Like Us (No. 20)

Bornholdt, Jenny  Cold (No. 20)

Borshevsky, Margaret  Translations of Anna Akhmatova (No. 5)

Borrell, Nola  Denniston (No. 10)
The Clerkenwell Pump (No. 10)

Boyce, Simon Homeground (No. 13)

Bridge, Diana  In the Supplementary Garden (No. 5)

Britton, Iain  First Fruit (No. 15)
Appetizer (No. 15)
Red Foliage (No. 15)

Brown, James The Trialist (No. 13)

Brown, Pam (Australia)  I can hear your aargh from here (No. 20)

Brown, R D The Great Out-Doors (No. 12)
Bellvue Spur (No. 12)

Bullock, Owen  Ruse St Denis (No. 6)
Lambeth (No. 6)

Butcher-McGunnigle, Zarah  From Autobiogaphy of a Marguerite (No. 11)

Campbell, Alistair Te Ariki  Intacta  (No.1)
To My Muse (No. 1)
Ode to WellingtonCity (No. 4)

Campbell, Meg  As Far As It Goes (2000) (No. 1)
Christmas Day, 1998 (No. 4)
The Burden (No. 4)

Chad, Tony  Casino (No. 10)

Challis, Gordon  Gifts (No. 19)

Chan, Jill  I Call You Father: Insistence (No. 4)
The Blind One (No. 4)

Charman, Janet  Improving the Human (No. 7)

Claire, Gemma  Three Minutes Silence (No. 1)
At the New ZealandPoliceMuseum (No. 1)

Cliff, Craig  The Link Arcade (No. 8)

Colquhoun, Glenn A Letter to Iris Wilkinson (No. 19)

Compton, Jennifer  I’m putting together a programme of your poetry for the ABC (for Alistair Paterson) (No. 6)

Conlon, Evelyn  Another Winter (2005) (No. 1)
For Yana (No. 1)

Cooke, Kay McKenzie  Maniototo (No. 18)

Cottier, P S (Australia) Passing Beauty (No. 13)

Craig, Albert (UK) Grand Final at the Palace (No. 13)

Creeley, Robert (USA)  Paterson/Creeley: A Conversation (No. 3)

Dacker, Bill  A Song for the River (No. 4)

Davidson, Lynn  Calling Up The Fool (No. 4)
Ringing the Bell Backwards (No. 4)

Dennison, John  A Brief History of the Sign (No. 11)
Errata (No. 11)

Dickson, John The persistence of football results on Bealey Ave (No. 13)

Direen, William  From The Centre (No. 17)

Duckworth, Marilyn  How to Conduct a Relationship (No. 2)
– Marble Solitaire (No. 19)

Duffett, Michael (USA)  Dark Matter (No. 1)
– Encounter (No. 1)
– Sarah Poem (for Denis Glover) (No. 4)
Man and God and Child (for Allen Curnow) (No. 4)
From The Homecoming (No. 4)
Sonnets Holy and Unholy (No. 8)
Untitled Poems (No. 11)
To Corso and Whale Island (No. 14)
A Tie That Binds (No. 14)
Avian Fame (No. 14)
Youth and Age (No. 17)
– From Autobiography (No. 17)
Christmas Card: A Page From Newton’s Notebook (No. 17)
The Puritan’s Lament (No. 17)
Fruit and Flowers From the Garden (No. 17)
My Friend (No. 17)
The Western Edge (No. 17)
Little Starving Syrian Boys (No. 17)
Global Warming Bear Love (No. 17)
My Little Dog (No. 17)
A Political Non-Sonnet (No. 17)
Not Much More to Celebrate Than a Clean Shirt (No. 17)

Duggan, Laurie (Australia/UK)  Allotment #108 (No. 20)
– Allotment #111 (No. 20)
– Robert Rauschenberg (No. 20)
– A Room, Venice (No. 20)

Dunn, Aline Glances (No. 12)

Easthope, Nicola  Sea Horse (No. 9)

Egerton, Ben The Beautiful Game (No. 13)

Eggleton, David  River (No. 10)
Hei-Tiki (No. 10)
Rust Casting an Iron Spell (No. 10)
– King Tide, Northside (No. 18)

Ensing, Riemke  Matariki (for Bernard Gadd) (No. 3)
– ‘Fanciful, Apocryphal, Delete’ (No. 6)
Being There (No. 14)
‘Und Ob Die Wolke’ (No. 14)
Sweeping the Path (No. 15)
Birds, Rain and Plum (No. 15)
Painters (No. 15)
The Lauris Edmond Memorial Award as a feather in the Cap (No. 15)
Imagine (No. 15)
Thinking of You Now (No. 15)
Poem About a Vase Perhaps (No. 15)
Top of the Morning (No. 15)
A China Shoe (No. 19)
Death (No. 19)

Fagan, Andrew  Teeth and Gums (No. 10)

Fairburn, A R D   Jazz (No. 4)

Faith, Rangi  Karakia in a Museum (No. 9)
Moa Bones on the Doughboy 2009 (No. 9)

Farrell, Michael (Australia)  Great Poet Snowdome (No. 20)

Fell, Cliff  Prayer for the Rose of Tralee: A Cento (No. 9)
Speed Reading the Classics (No. 9)

FitzGerald, Jan  Sea Captain (No. 4)

Fleck, Simon  Slave (No. 15)

Forbes, John (Australia) Homage to Brian Wilson (No. 20)
– Autobiography (No. 20)

Frazer, Brentley Purple Vertigo (No. 14)
Cigarettes and Tending Orchids (No. 14)
Elizabeth Arcadia (No. 18)

French, Anne  Approaches to Auckland (No. 6)

Fry, Robin  Orage (No. 1)
Time Travel (No. 1)

Furat, Basim (Iraq/NZ)  The Buraq Arrives in Hiroshima [translation] (No. 1)
Inside the Citadel of Hiroshima [translation] (No. 1)
Students of Hondori [translation] (No. 7)
The Man from Hiroshima [translation] (No. 9)
Mesopotamia [translation] (No. 9)
– Climbing Guagua Pichincha (No. 17)

Gannaway, Noeline Autumn Day (No. 14)
September Morning (No. 14)
Reunion (No. 17)
Mid-Winter (No. 17)

Gallas, John (NZ/UK)  Pacifictions (No. 8)
– N.Z. v Blokhin (No. 13)
Excuses No. 3: Football (No. 13)

Gibbs, Ivy  Dreamin’ (No. 10)

Gilbert, Ruth  Poems from Sappho [7 translations] (No. 4)
J B M (1918-1995) (No. 4)

Gipps, H S After (No. 12)

Grace, C W My First Football Match (No. 13)

Groom, Dylan Football (No. 13)

Groom, Michael Foreword (No. 13)

Gunson, Vaughan The Goalkeeper (No. 13)

Hack, Rob  Radio Mast Between Matavera and Ngatangiia (No. 18)
All Day on Mauke (No. 18)

Harlow, Michael  Canticle (No. 4)
Short Talk Cantibile on Spring with Fantails (No. 14)
– Learning to be an Astronomer (No. 14)
On Never Meeting Samuel Beckett (No. 14)
Photojournalism and Telling a Story (No. 14)
Short Talk on Aesthetics (No. 14)
Writer’s Block (No. 14)
Post Mortem on Promises (No. 14)
Reading Between-the-Lines Miss Florentine (No. 19)
‘For Once, Then Something’ (No. 19)
A Matinée Special (No. 19)

Harris, Paula  The Smell of Rain on Dust (No. 10)
Question and Answers (No. 10)
For Mahinarangi Tocker [article] (No. 10)

Harvey, Siobhan  Saint Pauline of Aranui (No. 4)
The Road Taken (No. 4)
Alistair Paterson Birds Flying [essay] (No. 6)

Haswell, Judith  Sauna (No. 15)
Corot (No. 15)

Hawken, Dinah  Haze (No. 20)
Leaf (No. 20)

Heatley, H H  Inamorata (No. 12)

Heighton, Bessie L  Nor’-wester (No. 12)
The Old Rocker (No. 12)
Anzac Flowers (No. 12)
Sunrise (No. 12)
Willow Song (No. 12)
Memories (No. 12)
Autumn (No. 12)

Hickin, Roger Waianakarua (No. 8)
– A Postcard from Solentiname (No. 16)
Easter Burial (No. 16)

Hill, Paul  On Makara Hill (No. 5)

Holmes, Honor Gordon  Springtime in Pigeon Bay (No. 12)
Goodbye to Holmes’s Bay (No. 12)

Hopkins, Tony  To Tell Truth is to Tell it Like it Is (No. 9)

Howie, Dorothy  An Epiphany (No. 15)
Laguna (No. 15)
A Baxter Tryptych (No. 15)

Hugo, O E  The Home of the Para Fern (No. 11)
Trees (No. 11)

Hunter, Rex  Cleopatra (No. 8)

Ireland, Kevin  A Greek Transaction (No. 2)
–  Dreampt-Up Poems (No. 15)
Every Little Thing I Have (No. 15)
Exotic (No. 19)

Irwin, E A  Midnight Over Okain’s Bay (No. 12)
God’s Garden (No. 12)
The Last Passage (No. 12)

Isdale, Hugh Past Limits (No. 18)
Thames Branch (No. 18)

Jackson, Anna  Stand Too Close (No. 7)
Lucky (No. 7)

Johnson, Louis  Extract from a Radio Talk, 1964 (No. 2)
Te MataPeak (No. 2)
Man Alone (No. 2)
Intimacy (No. 2)
Lazy Man’s Load (No. 2)
On Capitalism (No. 2)
– At the Palazzo Pitti (No. 19)

Johnson, Miranda  Jet (No. 2)

Jones, Tim  Down George Street in the Rain (No. 3)
Baxter-Curnow Band Live at Hyde Park 1969 (No. 9)
That H-shaped Hole (No. 13)

Karena-Holmes, David  Beside the Reservoir (No. 18)
The Mind (No. 18)
Three Night Fragments (No. 18)
Sunrise (No. 18)
The Question (No. 18)
The Dream (No. 18)
The Gatepost (No. 18)
A Star in Space (No. 18)
Not by Bread (No. 18)
Love Alone (No. 18)

Kassabova, Kapka  Summers Like This (No. 19)
Somewhere (No. 19)

Kemp, Jan  Cornish Hymn (No. 7)
– Paris, June 2014 (No. 15)
Stork, Cuckoo, Lark (No. 15)

Kenneally, Cath (Australia)  Endless Summer (No. 20)

Kiarie, Wanjiku  The Torch (No. 3)
Grandpa (No. 3)
Beat Time on the Side Walk (No. 9)

Kidman, Fiona  So Far, for Now (No. 5)

Koirala, Saradha  Portrait (No. 7)

La Follette, Cameron (USA)  Border Guardians (No. 8)
Forest Oath (No. 11)
Night-Flower Woman (No. 11)
Animals’ Descent (No. 11)
River Otter (No. 11)
Salmon Gives Birth (No. 11)
Desert Lives (No. 11)
Duck Wings (No. 11)
Away in the Music (No. 11)
In the Forest (No. 11)
Panther Mind (No. 14)
The House Where Time Begins (No. 14)
Wildflower Cowboy (No. 14)
High Class Whore (No. 17)
City Crowds (No. 17)
Subway Dancer (No. 17)

Lambert, Leonard  Fly-past (No. 4)

Langford, Gary World Cup Talks (No. 13)
Uncle the Football hero (No. 13)
Knowledge (No. 13)
Charge of the Balls Brigade (No. 13)
Dear Problem Page (No. 13)

Langston, Richard  First Born (No. 3)
– Travelling (No. 3)
Bushfire (No. 10)
Home Movies (No. 10)

Le Bas, Jessica  His Way By Moonlight (No. 5)

Leadbeater, Will  Impressionism (No. 3)
– Romance (No. 3)
A Poetry Manual (No. 6)

Lindsay, Graham  Persia (No. 7)

Lowe, Helen  Penelope Dreaming (No. 7)
Starman (No. 7)

Manhire, Bill  Crime Scene (No. 7)

McAlpine, Rachel  In the Old Days We Were Heroes (No. 3)
– Flatlantis 2 (No. 3) 

McCabe, Chris (UK)  George Orwell (No. 8)
The Boy Made of Marble (No. 8)
Kingfisher (No. 8)

McCallum, Mary  Element (No. 8)

McClean, Genevieve  Cedars (No. 7)

McGill, David Football Limerick (No. 13)

McKellow, W J  Home (No. 12)

McLean, Robert  At the Rakaia, Lake Coleridge Basin (No. 9)

McQueen, Harvey  Thomas Hardy (No. 2)
Return (No. 2)
Flesh is Site and Word (No. 2)
An Unexpected Tui (No. 5)
The Nature of Things (No. 5)
Winter Olympics (No. 5)
Unexpected Glee (No. 5)
Just So: A Love Poem Of Sorts (No. 5)
Perfection (No. 5)

Molloy, Harvey  Ghosts of St James (No. 3)
Revenant (No. 7)
The Footballer (No. 13)

Morris, Laura  The Taming of the Shrew (No. 11)
At Waimarama (No. 11)
Bound (No. 11)

Morrissey, Michael  Much Ado About Reflection (No. 6)
Tick Tock (No. 6)

Murchie, Erihapeti  Waves Crashing (No. 11)
Awarua (Te Hura Kohatu) (No. 11)

Mutton, Gary  Tapu Cove (No. 17)
Auckland Islands (No. 17)

Newcomer, Annie (USA)  Cleopatra VII – Last Queen of Egypt – A Sonnet (No. 15)

Norcliffe, James  Orthography (No. 3)

O’Brien, Gregory  From A Song Book for Ken Bolton (No. 20)

O’Connor, John  Scene From a Lost Movie (No. 3)
Arles, 1910 (No. 3)
Homeless (No. 11)

O’Keefe, Ella (Australia)  Cartouche (No. 20)
– As discussed (No. 20)
– Sleep’n (No. 20)
– Grabby (No. 20)

O’Leary, Michael  Sonnet for Victor O’Leary (No. 1)
Waiouru (No. 5)
Dargaville (No. 5)
From P.H.D. to PhD (No. 8)
The Last 48 Seconds of Kurt Cobain (No. 8)
Manchester United vs Auckland 1967 (No. 13)
Track Gang & Shunters at Paekakariki (No. 17)
A Sonnet for Malcolm Murchie on Turning Ninety (No. 17)
Ken Bolton in the Hutt Valley (No. 20)

O’Leary, Victor  Briefly We Live (No. 1)

Olds, Peter  The Painter (No. 3)
– The Octopus (No. 3)
– Easy Rider on George Street (No. 16)
The Beatles Arrive by Car at the Royal International Hotel, Auckland, 1964 (No. 16)
Three Dunedin Walks (No. 18)
Tattoo Dream (No. 18)

Oliver, Stephen  Marooned (No. 1)
Swagman’s Song (No. 1)
– This Way Out (No. 16)
Lace (No. 16)
The World’s Basement (No. 16)
Poetry Day Blues (No. 16)
Still Life with Boulders (No. 16)
– The Departed Guest (No. 16)
Scarecrow (No. 16)
Testament (No. 16)

O’Reilly, Bill Western Christchurch (No. 13)

Orr, Bob  Barberry (No. 16)
Shore Leave (No. 19)
Love Poem (No. 19)

O’Sullivan, Vincent  History, For You (No. 2)
– Whose Move is it, Comrades? (No. 15)
On Hearing the News (No. 15)
This was way back, mind (No. 19)
One Girl Thinking Niagara (No. 19)

Parker, Patricia  The Awakening (No. 12)
Winter Music (No. 12)
Witch’s Hill (No. 12)

Paterson, Alistair  A View From the Tavern (No. 2)
Paterson/Creeley: A Conversation (No. 3)
A Song for Celia (No. 6)
Safely, perhaps the Alamo (No. 6)
How to write fiction (No. 6)
A Calling (for Ruth Dallas) (No. 6)
Discovery (No. 6)
Oh, Bess Throckmorton (No. 9)
– The Forest of Tane (No. 15)
Bend of the River (No. 16)

Pettet, A G (Australia)  Red (No. 19)
Awaiting Bacchus (No. 19)
Walpurgisnacht (No. 19)

Pirie, Mark  Prefaces (No. 1-ongoing)
Bushed (for Stephen Oliver) (No. 1)
For Meg Campbell (No. 1)
The Street (i.m. Robert Creeley) (No. 3)
The Walk (for Harvey McQueen) (No. 5)
An Interview with Harvey McQueen (No. 5)
The View (for Alistair Paterson) (No. 6)
Lyric (for Mahinarangi Tocker) (No. 10)
Two Films (No. 11)
My Great Uncle (No. 11)
Boots (No. 13)
The Cup (No. 13)
All White on the Night (No. 13)
Sonnet for Simon Elliott (No. 13)
World Cup Epigrams (No. 13)
Tribute to an Old General (No. 13)
Newtown Park (No. 13)
– Two Concerts (No. 16)
Crash Course (No. 18)
Cicada Summer (No. 18)
Seeing Art Blakey (No. 20)

Plumb, Vivienne  The Animals (No. 6)

Pope, Robert J  The Syrens of Kenepuru (No. 10)
An All Blacks Rumour (No. 10)

Powell, Jenny  From Vietnam: A Poem Journey (No. 3)
Down the Bay (No. 10)

Prime, Patricia  Marie Ponsot (No. 16)

Rapatahana, Vaughan  Up Takapu (No. 9)
– Effluvium (No. 17)
Swimming Across You (No. 17)

Reeve, Blair Newborn (No. 18)
Stuck in a Feedback Loop (No. 18)

Reeve, Richard Judicial Notice (No. 17)
In a Country Churchyard (No. 18)
The Elite (No. 18)

Reeves, P V  A Grey Day (No. 11)
Life With Its Teachers (No. 11)
Moon Struck (No. 14)
Seen Through The Window (No. 14)

Reid, Nicholas Arrival (No. 14)
Phocidae (No. 14)
King of Comedy (No. 16)
Ars Amoris (No. 16)
A Poem About James McKune (No. 18)

Reiter, David P From Timelord Dreaming (No. 17)

Rickerby, Helen  Winters of Discontent (No. 2)
Burning with Joan of Arc (No. 2)

Ricketts, Harry  Some Things to Remember About Lou (No. 2)
Cricket Coach Bob Woolmer who died mysteriously in a Jamaica Hotel Room coached which national side? (No. 8)
Sansome Walk (No. 13)

Riddell, Ron  My Mother’s Last View of Ruapehu (No. 5)
An Empty House in Titirangi (No. 6)

Roberts, Jeremy  Do the Math (No. 17)
Waiting to See Iggy & The Stooges (No. 17)

Roberts, T E L  Mount Pleasant (No. 12)
The Hills of Home (No. 12)

Ross, Jack  One More Thing (for Alistair Paterson) (No. 6)

Rudolf, Anthony (UK)  From Scenes From Childhood (No. 7)
From Zigzag (No. 7)
From A Vanishing Hand: My Autograph Album [memoir] (No. 7)
From A Vanished Hand: My Autograph Album [memoir] (No. 13)
Two Linked Poems for Charlie (No. 17)

Rugis, Anna  Song and Dance (No. 5)

Sakowski, Edward From War.com (No. 14)

Sanderson, Martyn  Wealthy Willie (No. 2)

Scott, L E  Night Dancers (No. 1)
Sunflower for My Brother’s Grave (No. 1)
Midwife (No. 9)
Life Evens Out (No. 9)
Morning Says Goodnight to Night (No. 9)
Dichotomy (No. 9)
Figures in Stone (No. 9)
Midnight (No. 9)
Two Spirits (No. 9)
Dry Wet Seasons (No. 9)
– Yesterday (No. 9)
Tumbleweeds (No. 9)

Selwyn, Ila  Skytronium (No. 7)

Shadbolt, Peter  My Brother (No. 2)

Sharp, Iain  The Briefest Beatle (No. 6)
Why I Love Jazz (No. 6)

Sherratt, Alfred Stanley  Maui Falls Before Hine-nui-te-po, Goddess of Death (No. 12)
Tawhirimatea, The Storm God (No. 12)

Simonovic, Gus  Island and the Sea (No. 19)
Another Messenger (No. 19)

Slavick, Madeleine Marie (USA/Hong Kong/NZ)  When he said (No. 7)
High Rise (No. 9)
Knees (No. 9)
Skyscraper, Moon, Sea (No. 9)
– close, closer (No. 15)
ginger lily (No. 15)

Smither, Elizabeth  Reading Maxine Kumin (No. 5)
– Drycleaners London and Paris (No. 19)

Smithyman, Kendrick Dialectic (No. 13)

Solomon, Laura  In Shackles (No. 3)
Behind the Scenes in the Lost and Found at the British Museum (No. 5)
The Fix-it Man (No. 5)
Resurfacing from the Wreck (No. 8)
Quasimodo Gets the Blues (No. 10)
– Sky Burial (No. 14)
– The Swarm (No. 16)
After the Surgery (No. 16)

Somerville, Alice Te Punga  just like that (No. 9)
fleet (No. 9)

Southam, Barry  The Medical Superintendent (No. 6)
The Home Owner (No. 6)

Sprague, Nicole (USA)  Dionysus’ Regrets (No. 16)
Resurrection (No. 16)
Six Alaskan Huskies (No. 16)
Discourse with a Fire Ablaze in an Alaskan Boreal Forest (No. 16)

Stead, C K  Black River Blues (For Mahinarangi Tocker) (No. 10)
– Five Shorts for Peter Bland (No. 19)

Steven, Michael  Lottie’s Song (No. 4)
Port Waikato (No. 4)
– Old Timer, Avondale (No. 16)
Ungaretti (No. 16)
May 2, 1974 (No. 18)
Opahi Bay (No. 18)

Strang, Barbara  The Long Body (No. 3)
– Learning About Torture (No. 3)

Sullivan, Grant Match Day (No. 13)

Sutton, Bill  Moons of Jupiter (No. 9)
Tennis (No. 9)
– Golden Hour (No. 16)

Surridge, André Three Haiku (No. 13)

Symes, Dominic (Australia)  Ghosts (No. 20)

Tasew, Yilma Tafere  Eroded (No. 8)

Taylor, Apirana  a great seamstress (No. 9)
what i am (No. 9)

Teaiwa, Teresia  ordinary/interrupted (No. 9)
The Ballroom Poetry Cafe: A Riff [essay] (No. 9)

Thomson, MaryJane Narcissus Lies Down (No. 14)
One strike (No. 14)
Phrase (No. 16)
Not for you (No. 16)
Yonder Sun (No. 18)
The Beginning Exit The End Entry (No. 18)
Pitstop (No. 18)
151 (No. 18)
A Tree (No. 18)

Tillman, H  Cracroft Hill (No. 12)
New Paths (No. 12)

Tocker, Mahinarangi  From Taumarunui (No. 10)
Love (No. 10)
Embrace (No. 10)
Sea (No. 10)
– Dedicated to Richard T (No. 10)
The Ring That My Kuia Wore (No. 10)
A.F. (No. 10)
Minutes & Seconds (No. 10)

Turner, Brian  Cricket at Oturehua (No. 4)
Black (No. 14)
Clouds Between Ranfurly and Wedderburn (No. 14)
Epitaph (No. 14)
Prayer (No. 14)

Vanguard Players’ 12 Commandments (No. 13)

Wairama, Moira  Karanga Tia Ra (No. 9)

Walker, Michael Fire (No. 14)
– Dusky Day in Dallas (No. 14)

Wattie, Nelson  Please Be Patient (No. 2)

Wedde, Ian  Harry Martens (No. 5)

Wembley Scotland v. England (No. 13)

White, Pat Matariki (No. 14)
– Silent (No. 14)
Spinning (No. 14)

Withers, Ida M  A Canterbury Summer (No. 12)

Wolffram, Paul  From The Stranger Within: An Ethnographic Poem (No. 3)
From The Stranger Within: An Ethnographic Poem (No. 8)
From Chinatown (No. 8)
– Postmodern Motorcycle Maintenance (No. 8)

Wright, F W N (Niel)  The Gift (No. 2)
November Weather (No. 2)
Lacrima Musae (No. 2)
A Reading (in Part) of the Poetry of Louis Johnson [essay] (No. 2)
Ruth Gilbert’s The Luthier [essay] (No. 4)
Incessant (No. 8)
Staying Alive II (No. 8)
Patch Up (No. 8)
Showcase Canzonet (No. 8)
Newspaper Man (No. 8)
Sestet (No. 8)
Further Comment on Cameron La Follette (No. 11)

Wright, Tim (Australia)  November Again (No. 20)

Yates, Charlotte  A Heart to Make (No. 10)

Young, Mark The Playgirl of the Western World (No. 14)

Zelas, Karen  Drought (No. 15)
The Old Pa Site (No. 15)

Subject Index

All Blacks “Invincibles” rugby team
Poem (No. 10)

All Blacks rugby team
Poem (No. 14)

Chinua Achebe
Poem (No. 9)

Anna Akhmatova
Translations (No. 5)

John Ashbery
Poem tribute (No. 20)

Ballroom Poetry Cafe, Newtown, Wellington, New Zealand
Article (No. 9)

James K Baxter
Poem (No. 9)
Poem tribute (No. 15)

The Beatles
Poem (No. 16)

Bee Gees
Poem (no. 8)

George Best
Drawing/poems (No. 13)

Peter Bland (No. 19)
Poems/tributes/etching/photo

Joseph Brodsky
Poem (No. 15)

Alistair Te Ariki Campbell
Posthumously published poem (No. 4)

Meg Campbell
– Tributes and poem (No. 1)
Posthumously published poems (No. 4)

Canterbury, New Zealand poetry
Poems (No. 12)

Charles Causley
Tribute (No. 7)

Cleopatra VII, Last Queen of Egypt
Poem (No. 15)

Kurt Cobain
Poem tribute (No. 8)

Gregory Corso
Poem tribute (No. 14)

Robert Creeley
Tribute, drawing and interview (No. 3)

Allen Curnow
Poem dedication (No. 4)
Poem (No. 9)

Ruth Dallas
Tribute (No. 6)

John Denver
Poem tribute (No. 16)

Michael Duffet
Poems and feature (No. 17)

Eileen Duggan
Poem (No. 11)

Lauris Edmond
Poem (No. 19)

Simon Elliott
Poem tribute (No. 13)

English football
Essay/poems (No. 13)

Riemke Ensing
Poems, photo and tributes (No. 15)

General Grant shipwreck
Poem (No. 17)

Andrew Fagan
Tribute (No. 10)

A R D Fairburn
– Uncollected/unpublished poem (No. 4)
Poem tribute (No. 18)

FIFA World Cup
Poems (No 13)

First World War poetry
Poems (No. 12)

Tony Fomison
Poem tribute (No. 15)

Football poetry
Poems (No. 13)

Bernard Gadd
Tribute (No. 3)

John Gallas
Poems feature (No. 8)

Jerry Garcia
– Poem (No. 14)

Ruth Gilbert
– Essay, drawing and poems (No. 4)

Denis Glover
Poem dedication, tribute (No. 4)

C F Goldie
Poem (No. 14)

Stanley Graham
Poem (No. 1)
Poem (No. 9)

Michael Harlow
Poems (No. 14)

Robin Hyde
Song lyric tribute/music score (No. 19)

Iraq football team
Tribute (No. 13)

Louis Johnson
Tributes, unpublished/uncollected poems, essay and photograph (No. 2)

John F Kennedy
Poem tribute (No. 14)

Maxine Kumin
Poem (No. 6)

Cameron La Follette
Poems, article (No. 11)

Christian Lindberg
Poem (No. 16)

Dennis List
Tribute (No. 2)

Manchester United FC
Poems/memoir (No. 13)

James McKune
Poem tribute (No. 18)

Harvey McQueen
– Tributes, poems, photo and interview (No. 5)

Eduard Mörike
Translation by Noeline Gannaway (No. 14)

New Zealand football
Poems (No. 13)

Michael O’Leary
Poem dedication (No. 18)

Victor O’Leary
– Tribute, uncollected poem and photograph (No. 1)

Stephen Oliver
Tribute (No. 1)

W H Oliver
– Poem dedication (No. 1)

Alistair Paterson
Tributes, essay, poems and drawing (No. 6)

Jenny Pattrick
Poem (No. 10)

Poetry of Maori myths and legends
Poems (No. 12)

Marie Ponsot
Poem (No. 16)

Iggy Pop & The Stooges
Poem (No. 17)

Robert J Pope
Uncollected/unpublished poems (No. 10)

Quechua Mountain, Ecuador (No. 17)

Gloria Rawlinson
Poem tribute (No. 15)

Rainer Maria Rilke
Translation by Noeline Gannaway (No. 14)

Anthony Rudolf
Poems and memoir extract (No. 7)

Edward Sakowski
Translation by Robert Zuch (No. 14)

Sappho
– Translations (No. 4)

Sandström
Poem (No. 16)

L E Scott
Article and tribute (No. 9)

Maurice Shadbolt
Tribute (No. 2)

Peter Snell
Poem (No. 16)

Star poets of Christchurch 1922 -26
Poems (No. 12)

Mahinarangi Tocker
Tributes, drawing and uncollected/unpublished poetry (No. 10)

William Wantling
Poem (No. 18)

Brian Wilson
Poem (No. 20)

Bob Woolmer
Poem tribute (No. 8)

World War One
Poem (No. 16)

Artwork Index

Bianca Barling
Photo of Ken Bolton (No. 20)

Robert Cross
Photo of Louis Johnson (No. 2)

Debra Duffett
Photo of Michael Duffett (No. 17)

James Ensing-Trussell
Photo of Riemke Ensing (No. 15)

Allan MacGillivray
Photo of Stephen Oliver (No. 16)

Althea Northcross
Photo of Anthony Rudolf in Paris (No. 7)

Michael O’Leary
Drawing of Robert Creeley (No. 3)
Drawing of Ruth Gilbert (No. 4)
Drawing of Mahinarangi Tocker (No. 10)
Drawing of George Best (No. 13)

Otago Daily Times
Photo of Michael Harlow (No. 14)

Una Platts
Drawing of Alistair Paterson (No. 6)

John Schroeder
Photo of Peter Bland (No. 19)

Guthrie Smith
Etching of Peter Bland (No. 19)

Carl Suurmond
Photo of L E Scott (No. 9)

Source Unknown
Photo of Victor O’Leary and Michael O’Leary (No. 1)
Photo of John Gallas (N0. 8)
Photo of Cameron La Follette (No. 11)
Masthead of the Christchurch Star (No. 12)
Photo of Jimmy Logie, footballer (No. 13)
Autograph of Leslie Compton, footballer (No. 13)
Image of David Karena-Holmes (No. 18)

Annalies van der Poel
Photo of Harvey McQueen (No. 5)

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s