Tuesday

Contents



John Lee: Blank Book (2013)

Jack Ross:
Published Essays, Interviews,
Introductions & Reviews


(1987-2017)



Contents:

  1. 1987 [1 / 403 wds]
  2. 1988 [2 / 4280 wds]
  3. 1989 [1 / 1000 wds]
  4. 1992 [2 / 6118 wds]
  5. 1993 [1 / 4922 wds]
  6. 1997 [3 / 8270 wds]
  7. 1998 [14 / 16,286 wds]
  8. 1999 [23 / 19,568 wds]
  9. 2000 [12 / 12,074 wds]
  10. 2001 [20 / 29,732 wds]
  11. 2002 [16 / 12,041 wds]
  12. 2003 [20 / 17,169 wds]
  13. 2004 [27 / 22,790 wds]
  14. 2005 [12 / 7593 wds]
  15. 2006 [9 / 12,245 wds]
  16. 2007 [7 / 22,338 wds]
  17. 2008 [5 / 6254 wds]
  18. 2009 [14 / 22,420 wds]
  19. 2010 [6 / 15,914 wds]
  20. 2011 [7 / 12,525 wds]
  21. 2012 [25 / 43,861 wds]
  22. 2013 [6 / 12,021 wds]
  23. 2014 [36 / 26169 wds]
  24. 2015 [19 / 14840 wds]
  25. 2016 [6 / 8828 wds]
  26. 2017 [16 / 26732 wds]

  27. 310 pieces / 386,193 wds





Title - Composition Date - Publication Details - Word Count


    1987 [1 / 403 wds]

  1. Review of The North American Sketches of R. B. Cunninghame Graham, edited by John Walker (Edinburgh, Scottish Academic Press, 1986). (7/87). University of Edinburgh Journal 33 (1987): 54. [403 wds].

  2. 1988 [2 / 4280 wds]

  3. Views of South America in Recent British Cinema. (10/88). Inter-Arts: A Quarterly Journal of Cultural Connections 7 (1988): 14-16. [2970 wds].

  4. Mythologies on Stage: Review of The Mahabharata, written by Jean-Claude Carrière, translated and directed by Peter Brook (Glasgow, 13 April-17 May, 1988). (8/88). Inter-Arts: A Quarterly Journal of Cultural Connections 7 (1988): 27. [1310 wds].

  5. 1989 [1 / 1000 wds]

  6. Review of Tell Me Lies About Vietnam: Cultural Battles for the Meaning of the War, ed. Alf Louvre and Jeffrey Walsh (Milton Keynes and Philadelphia: Open University Press, 1988). (8/89). Inter-Arts: A Quarterly Journal of Cultural Connections 9 (1989): 31. [1000 wds].

  7. 1992 [2 / 6118 wds]

  8. Review of Singer in a Songless Land: A Life of Edward Tregear, 1846-1931, K. R. Howe (Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1991); The Verse of Edward Tregear, ed. K. R. Howe (Palmerston North: Nagare Press, 1989). (1991). Landfall: A New Zealand Quarterly 181 (1992): 122-25. [1261 wds].

  9. Wilson Harris, Joseph Conrad, and the South American ‘Quest’ Novel. (1991).Landfall: A New Zealand Quarterly 184 (1992): 455-68. [4857 wds].

  10. 1993 [1 / 4922 wds]

  11. Cunninghame Graham’s Brazil: Differing Interpretations of the Canudos Campaign, 1896-97. (10/2/93). Australasian Victorian Studies Association: Conference Papers 1993, ed. Joanne Wilkes (Auckland, 1993): 27-38. [4922 wds].

  12. 1997 [3 / 8270 wds]

  13. Afterword. (5/97). Ezra Pound’s Fascist Cantos (72 & 73) together with Rimbaud’s “Poets at Seven Years Old.” Trans. Jack Ross. [ii] + 42 pp (Auckland: Perdrix Press, 1997): 37-46. [3816 wds].

  14. Genji Monogatari is the first psychological novel (12/7/97). Amazon.com: http://www.amazon.com/gp/cdp/member-reviews/A2PTGEMG6UHPF8/ref=cm_aya_av.rev_rev.attrib/102-2302309-8746515?%5Fencoding=UTF8&display=anonymous. [173 wds].

  15. Kendrick Smithyman’s Northland. (4-8/97). Pander 1 (1997): x-xiii. [4281 wds].

  16. 1998 [14 / 16,286 wds]

  17. My Declaration of Principles. (3/98). Pander 3 (1998): 20. [356 wds].

  18. Review of Stephen King, Wizard and Glass (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1997). (2/98). Pander 3 (1998): 20-21. [1262 wds].

  19. Review of Starship Troopers, directed by Paul Verhoeven (USA, 1997). (2/98). Pander 3 (1998): 21-22. [804 wds].

  20. Review of Titanic, directed by James Cameron (USA, 1997). (4/98). Pander 4 (1998): 10. [564 wds].

  21. Review of Fairy Tale: A True Story, directed by Charles Sturridge (UK, 1997). (4/98). Pander 4 (1998): 10. [939 wds].

  22. Review of David Gregory, Always Arriving (Christchurch: Sudden Valley Press, 1997); Helen Jacobs, Pools over Stone (Christchurch: SVP, 1997); John O’Connor, As It Is: Poems 1981-1996 (Christchurch: SVP, 1997). (5/98). Pander 4 (1998): 14. [963 wds].

  23. Review of Orientalism: Delacroix to Klee, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki (March 22nd to June 7th, 1998). (4/98). Pander 4 (1998): 16. [958 wds].

  24. A Mutual Respect: Ralph Hotere and Hone Tuwhare. (16/7/98). Sunday Star-Times (August 2, 1998): F7. [857 wds].

  25. Talking about Kendrick Smithyman [with Scott Hamilton and Richard Taylor]. (11/97). Salt 6 (1998): 24-26. [As “Poetics: Homages to Kendrick Smithyman (A Long Essay And A Short Talk).” Salt 6 online: http://homepages.ihug.co.nz/~mbellard/ (9/99)]. [1040 wds].

  26. Two Readings of Ti Point. (29-30/11/97). Salt 6 (1998): 27-36. [As “Poetics: Homages to Kendrick Smithyman (A Long Essay And A Short Talk).” Salt 6 online : http://homepages.ihug.co.nz/~mbellard/ (9/99)]. [3687 wds].

  27. Kathy Goes to Mexico: In Memoriam Kathy Acker, d. 30/11/97. (8/98). Pander 5 (1998): 26-27. [1939 wds].

  28. Review of Hotere: Out the Black Window. Ralph Hotere’s Work with New Zealand Poets, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki (July 4th to September 6th, 1998). (7/98). Pander 5 (1998): 32-33. [1037 wds].

  29. Review of Guy Maddin: Waiting for Twilight, directed by Noam Gonick (Canada, 1997); Tranceformer: A Portrait of Lars von Trier, directed by Stig Björkman (Sweden, 1997). (7/98). Pander 5 (1998): 34-35. [931 wds].

  30. It’s Standing Room Only for the Rekindling of Live Lines: Review of Poetry Live. (22/8-9/98). Sunday Star-Times (October 18, 1998): F4. [949 wds].

  31. 1999 [23 / 19,568 wds]

  32. Spin 33: Editorial. (2/99). Spin 33 (1999): 2. [201 wds].

  33. Poetics. (2/99). Spin 33 (1999): 58-59. [Available at Writers’ Web Zine: http://www.webwritersworkshop.com (24/2/2000)]. [757 wds].

  34. Review of A Machinery for Pain, by Leicester Kyle (Heteropholis Press, 1999). (2/99). Spin 33 (1999): 63. [223 wds].

  35. Leicester H. Kyle: Prophet without Honour. (8/7-14/11/98). Pander 6/7 (1999): 21 & 23. [1148 wds].

  36. The Kassabova Phenomenon: Prologue; My Problem; Summing Up. (2/99). Pander 6/7 (1999): 41-43. [1064 wds].

  37. Review of Alan Loney. Sidetracks (Auckland: AUP, 1998). (10/98). Pander 6/7 (1999): 49. [579 wds].

  38. Review of e-mailing venus: Translations of Poets from Sappho Onwards. Ed. Diana Harris and Anna Jackson. Auckland: Venus Press, 1998. (30/3/99). Pander 6/7 (1999): 53-54. [556 wds].

  39. Review of Going West Literary Festival: The Nation’s Narratives. Titirangi War Memorial Hall (September 12-13th, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.). (10/98). Pander online edition 6/7 [Available at: http://www.thepander.co.nz/archive.html (4/99)]. [1450 wds].

  40. Kendrick Smithyman in Italian. (21/9/97). Landfall 197 (1999): 70-73. [1194 wds].

  41. Letter to Scott Hamilton. (30/8/98). Salt 6 (2) (1999): 8. [352 wds].

  42. Poetics. (8/98). Salt 6 (2) (1999): 12 & 16 & 61 & 65 [Also at Salt Online: Poetics http://homepages.ihug.co.nz/~mbellard/poetics/jack_ross_poetics.htm (5/3/2000)]. [1469 wds].

  43. Review of Janet Hunt, Hone Tuwhare: A Biography (Auckland: Godwit, 1998); The Wizard, My Life as A Miracle (Christchurch: Canterbury University Press, 1998). (14/7/99). Pander 8 (1999): 32. [976 wds].

  44. Review of John O’Connor, A Particular Context (Christchurch: Sudden Valley Press, 1999). (14/7/99). Pander 8 (1999): 34. [382 wds].

  45. Review of Kenneth Fea, on what is not & Graham Lindsay, Legend of the Cool Secret (Christchurch: Sudden Valley Press, 1999). (14/7/99). Pander 8 (1999): 35-36. [782 wds].

  46. Review of The Royal New Zealand Ballet, The Shell Season of Peter Pan (National Tour, 27 February-18 April). (14/7/99). Pander 8 (1999): 38-39. [435 wds].

  47. Review of Closer, by Patrick Marber, directed by Simon Prast, ATC, Maidment Theatre, 17 Feb-20 March. (14/7/99). Pander 8 (1999): 39. [525 wds].

  48. Review of The Cripple of Inishmaan, by Martin MacDonagh, directed by Simon Prast, ATC, Maidment Theatre, 19 May-19 June. (14/7/99). Pander 8 (1999): 40. [647 wds].

  49. A Conversation with Mike Minehan. (6/2-6/98). Zoetropes: New Zealand Literature / Nga Pukapuka o Aotearoa online. [Available at: http://www.arts.uwo.ca/~andrewf/zoetropes.htm (13/10/99)]. [3594 wds].

  50. A Brief Description of the Whole World: A Review Symposium. (16/10/99). Pander 9 (1999): 14-16. [1110 wds].

  51. Review of Foreskin’s Lament, by Greg McGee, directed by Paul Minifie, Auckland Theatre Company, Sky City Theatre, 29 July-21 August. (16/10/99). Pander 9 (1999): 39. [507 wds].

  52. Review of Salt, by Elisabeth Easther, produced by Sharyn K Duncan, Silo Theatre, 14-24 July. (16/10/99). Pander 9 (1999): 39-40. [468 wds].

  53. Review of Raewyn Alexander, Anna Jackson and Sarah Quigley, AUP New Poets 1 (Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1999). (16/10/99). Pander 9 (1999): 40-41. [647 wds].

  54. Review of Janet Charman, Rapunzel Rapunzel (Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1999). (16/10/99). Pander 9 (1999): 43. [502 wds].

  55. 2000 [12 / 12,074 wds]

  56. Jack. (8-11/10/98). Here After. Living with Bereavement: Personal Experiences and Poetry. Edited by Stu Bagby (Auckland: Antediluvian Press, 2000): 35-40. [1508 wds].

  57. Spin 36: Editorial. (10/11/99-9/2/2000). Spin 36 (2000): 3-4. [595 wds].

  58. Review of Here After. Living with Bereavement: Personal Experiences and Poetry, edited by Stu Bagby (Antediluvian Press, Auckland, 2000). (2/2000). Spin 36 (2000): 60. [197 wds].

  59. Review of Jeffrey Paparoa Holman, Flood Damage: Poems (Nga Kupu Press, Aotearoa/New Zealand, 1998). ISBN 0-473-05225-3. 36 pp. $10.(4/1999). Spin 36 (2000) 60-61. [369 wds].

  60. Review of A Safe House for a Man, by Leicester Kyle (January 2000). (2/2000). Spin 36 (2000): 62. [291 wds].

  61. Review of Theresia Liemlienio Marshall, ed. When The Sea Goes Mad at Night: Poems by Alison Denham, Robin McConnell, Theresia Liemlienio Marshall, Jade Reidy, Jack Ross & Apirana Taylor (Christian Gray New Zealand, Auckland, 1999-2000). (2/2000). Spin 36 (2000): 63. [183 wds].

  62. Review of Tongue in Your Ear, Volume Four 1999, edited by Christopher Harrod, Ingrid Joachim, Judith McNeil & Saul Situmorang (Four/Two Publishing, Auckland, 1999). (2/2000). Spin 36 (2000) 63. [174 wds].

  63. Review of Michele Leggott, as far as I can see (Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1999). (12/99). JAAM 13 (2000): 158-60. [1358 wds].

  64. Review of Big Smoke: New Zealand Poems 1960-1975, edited by Alan Brunton, Murray Edmond, Michele Leggott (Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2000). xii + 344 pp. ISBN: 1-86940-230-8. RRP $49.95. (11-12/7/2000). NZ Listener 175 (3146) (26/8-1/9/2000): 40-41. [877 wds].

  65. Necessary Oppositions? Avant-garde vs. Traditional Poetry in NZ. (22/9/99-3/4/2000). Poetry NZ 21 (2000): 80-83. [1290 wds].

  66. An Inside Narrative: Recent Works by Alan Loney. (17/8-31/8/2000). A Brief Description of the Whole World 17 (2000): 70-79. [3619 wds].

  67. Review of Murray Edmond, Laminations (Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2000); Sue Fitchett & Jane Zusters, Charts & Soundings: some small navigation aids (New Zealand: Spiral, 1999). (28/5/2000). JAAM 14 (2000): 99-103. [1613 wds].

  68. 2001 [20 / 29,732 wds]

  69. Spin 39: Editorial. (28/2/2001). Spin 39 (2001): 3. [418 wds].

  70. Review of All Together Now: A Celebration of New Zealand Culture by 100 Poets, ed. Tony Chad (PO Box 48002, Silverstream, Upper Hutt: Valley Micropress, 2000). ISBN 0-473-07325-0. 108 pp. RRP $22.50. (3-4/3/2001). Spin 39 (2001): 64. [169 wds].

  71. Review of T. Anders Carson, Stain [spoken-word CD]. Westport, Ontario: Summit Sound, 2000. $15 ppd. (3-4/3/2001). Spin 39 (2001): 64. [183 wds].

  72. Review of John Geraets, ? X. Auckland: Cornerdreamers, 2000. 71pp. $6. [Available from the Writers Group, 11-20 Poynton Terrace, Auckland 1001]. (3-4/3/2001). Spin 39 (2001): 65. [201 wds].

  73. Review of David Howard, Shebang: Collected Poems 1980-2000 (Wellington: Steele Roberts, 2001). ISBN 1-877228-59-1. $24.95. (3-4/3/2001). Spin 39 (2001): 65. [196 wds].

  74. Review of Leicester Kyle, Five Anzac Liturgies. c/o Postal Agency, Ngakawau, Buller, 2000. (3-4/3/2001). Spin 39 (2001): 66. [195 wds].

  75. Case Studies. (3/4-10/5/01). brief 20 (2001): 23-29. [2751 wds].

  76. Translating Poetry. (3/98-7/7/01). Poetry NZ 23 (2001): 125-34. [3406 wds].

  77. Imaginary Toads in Real Gardens: Poets in Christchurch. (6/2-16/5/98). Complete with Instructions. Edited by David Howard. ISBN 0-473-07646-2 (Christchurch: Firebrand, 2001): 33-61. [16,900 wds]. I – Prelims. [269 wds].

  78. Imaginary Toads in Real Gardens: Poets in Christchurch. (5/2/98): II – A Conversation with Julia Allen. [2684 wds].

  79. Imaginary Toads in Real Gardens: Poets in Christchurch. (6/2/98): III – A Conversation with John Allison. [1711 wds].

  80. Imaginary Toads in Real Gardens: Poets in Christchurch. (5/2/98): IV – A Conversation with Kenneth Fea. [1992 wds].

  81. Imaginary Toads in Real Gardens: Poets in Christchurch. (2/2/98): V – A Conversation with David Gregory. [1171 wds].

  82. Imaginary Toads in Real Gardens: Poets in Christchurch. (4/2/98): VI – A Conversation with Rob Jackaman. [1212 wds].

  83. Imaginary Toads in Real Gardens: Poets in Christchurch. (3/2/98): VII –A Conversation with Graham Lindsay [Available at: nzepc (March 5, 2004)]. [2969 wds].

  84. Imaginary Toads in Real Gardens: Poets in Christchurch. (6/2/98): VIII – A Conversation with Mike Minehan. [2789 wds].

  85. Imaginary Toads in Real Gardens: Poets in Christchurch. (5/2/98): IX – A Conversation with John O’Connor. [1651 wds].

  86. Imaginary Toads in Real Gardens: Poets in Christchurch. (2/2/98): X – Afterword. [452 wds].

  87. Review of David Howard, Shebang: Collected Poems 1980-2000 (Wellington: Steele Roberts, 2001). ISBN 1-877228-59-1. $24.95. (8/8/01). JAAM 16 (2001): 171-75. [1226 wds].

  88. Alan Loney / John O’Connor / John Geraets. (11-15/10/01). brief 22 (2001): 63-73. [4087 wds].

  89. 2002 [16 / 12,041 wds]

  90. Editorial. (10/3/02). Spin 42 (2002): 3-4. [939 wds].

  91. Review of Jeanne Bernhardt, The Snow Poems / Your Self of Lost Ground (Wellington: HeadworX, 2002). 48pp. RRP $16.95. ISBN 0-473-08217-9. (9-10/3/02). Spin 42 (2002): 60. [435 wds].

  92. Review of T. Anders Carson, A Different Shred of Skin (Detroit, Michigan: Undead Poets Press, 2000). 120pp. RRP $US14.95. ISBN 1-930769-00-8. (9-10/3/02). Spin 42 (2002): 61. [166 wds].

  93. Review of Leicester Kyle, The Great Buller Coal Plateaux: A Sequence of Poems (Published for MAPPS [The Millerton and Plateaux Protection Society] P.O. Box 367, Westport, 2001). (9-10/3/02). Spin 42 (2002): 61. [259 wds].

  94. Review of Mark Pirie, Reading the Will (Christchurch: Sudden Valley Press, 2002). 107pp. RRP $19.95. ISBN 0-9582091-3-8. (9-10/3/02). Spin 42 (2002): 62. [210 wds].

  95. Review of Wensley Willcox, A Woman in Green (Wellington: Steele Roberts, 2001). 88pp. RRP $19.95. ISBN 1-877228-45-1. (9-10/3/02). Spin 42 (2002): 62. [201 wds].

  96. Review of Helen Rickerby, Abstract Internal Furniture (Wellington: HeadworX, 2001). 80pp. RRP $19.95. ISBN 0-473-07857-0. (9-10/3/02). Spin 42 (2002): 63. [504 wds].

  97. Editorial. (23/6-6/7/02). brief 24 (2002): 3]. [312 wds].

  98. Hybrid Art, or the Three-Colour Problem. (26-28/7/2000). brief 24 (2002): 41-44. [704 wds].

  99. Review of Alan Loney, The Falling: A Memoir (Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2001). ISBN: 1 86940 250 2. [viii] + 130 pp. RRP: $29.95. (30/6/02). brief 24 (2002): 78-79. [865 wds].

  100. Review of Stephen Oliver, Night of Warehouses: Poems 1978-2000 (Wellington: HeadworX, 2001). 192 pp. ISBN 0-473-07388-9. RRP $NZ 26.95. (1-2/7/01). Poetry NZ 25 (2002): 100-04. [Reprinted (in abridged form) on Titus Books Website: http://titus.books.online.fr/html/Reviews.html#Ross (29/4/06)]. [1098 wds]

  101. Review of Mark Pirie, Reading the Will (Christchurch: Sudden Valley Press, 2002). 111 pp. ISBN 0-9582091-3-8. RRP $NZ 19.95. (1/6-1/7/02). Poetry NZ 25 (2002): 104-06. [912 wds].

  102. What is Auckland Poetry? (8-28/5/02). Five Bells (Australia) vol 9 (3) (2002): 14-15. [1037 wds].

  103. Editorial. (7-8/9/02). brief 25 (2002): 3-6. [1465 wds].

  104. Hong Kong – 2001. (25/12/01-13/9/02). brief 25 (2002): 13-16. [1239 wds].

  105. Alan Brunton, my publisher. (1-12/7/02). New Zealand Electronic Poetry Centre [Available at: http://www.nzepc.auckland.ac.nz/authors/brunton/recollections/ross.asp (6/12/02)]. [1695 wds].

  106. 2003 [20 / 17,169 wds]

  107. Editorial. (13/12/02). brief 26 (2003): 3-4. [755 wds]. [Reprinted as Smithymania. (30-31/7/03). New Zealand Electronic Poetry Centre http://www.nzepc.auckland.ac.nz/features/smithymania.asp (4/10/03). [272 wds].

  108. Kendrick Smithyman: A Chronology. (12/02-2/03). brief 26 (2003): 5 & 7. [Available at Smithyman online: http://www.smithymanonline.auckland.ac.nz/chronology.php. [598 wds].

  109. Miscellaneous Notes: Jack’s Hole. (1/03). brief 26 (2003): 9. [125 wds]. / Uncollected Northland Poems. (1/03). brief 26 (2003): 20. [256 wds]. / The Firpo Essay. (12/02). brief 26 (2003): 56. [463 wds]. / Occasional Verses. (2/03). brief 26 (2003): 92. [335 wds].

  110. Life with Kendrick: A Conversation with Margaret Edgcumbe. (8/12/02-4/2/03). brief 26 (2003): 103-9. [2930 wds].

  111. Review of Kendrick Smithyman. Imperial Vistas Family Fictions (Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2002). ix + 161 pp. ISBN 1 86940 274 X. RRP $24.95. (24-26/1/03). brief 26 (2003): 115-116. [698 wds].

  112. Preface. (1/2/03). A brief index (1995-2003). Edited by Jack Ross. ISSN 1175-9313 (Auckland: The Writers Group, 2003): 3. [261 wds].

  113. Editorial. (10/3/03). Spin 45 (2003): 3. [426 wds].

  114. Review of dreu harrison, dreaming of flight (Birkenhead, Auckland: Pohutukawa Press, 2002). 48pp. ISBN 0-473-09051-1. (18-20/3/03). Spin 45 (2003): 58. [224 wds].

  115. Review of Michal Ma’u, Taste of Fiji (New Zealand: Steele Roberts, 2002). 54pp. ISBN 1-877228-82-6. (18-20/3/03). Spin 45 (2003): 58-59. [209 wds].

  116. Review of Mark Pirie, Swing and Other Stories (Wellington: Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2002). 80pp. RRP $19.95. ISBN 0-86942-026-8. (18-20/3/03). Spin 45 (2003): 59-60. [377 wds].

  117. Review of Sarah Quigley, Love in a Bookstore or Your Money Back (Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2003). 88pp. RRP $21.99. ISBN 1-86940-284-7. (18-20/3/03). Spin 45 (2003): 60-61. [438 wds].

  118. Review of Bill Sewell, The Ballad of Fifty-One (Wellington: HeadworX, 2003). 80pp. RRP $19.95. ISBN 0-473-09254-9. (18-20/3/03). Spin 45 (2003): 63. [386 wds].

  119. Smithyman / Quasimodo: Introduction to the Translations of Kendrick Smithyman. (25-26/9/02). Glottis 8 (2003): 91-96. [1558 wds].

  120. Review of Kendrick Smithyman, Imperial Vistas Family Fictions (Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2002). ix + 161 pp. ISBN 1 86940 274 X. RRP $24.95. (24-26/1/03). JAAM 19 (2003): 246-49. [1092 wds].

  121. Editorial. (12-13/6/03). brief 27 (2003): 3-4. [751 wds].

  122. Review of Leicester Kyle, Five Anzac Liturgies. Drawings by Philip Trusttum (Auckland: Polygraphia Ltd., 2003). ISBN 1-877332-08-9. 53 pp. RRP $22.50 [+$2 p&p]. (6/03). brief 27 (2003): 98. [459 wds].

  123. Review of Sugu Pillay, The Chandrasekhar Limit and other stories (Auckland: The Writers Group, 2002). ISBN 0-473-08731-6. 151 pp. RRP $29. (6/03). brief 27 (2003): 99-100. [790 wds].

  124. Editorial – In the Spirit of Crazy Horse. (27-28/9/03). brief 28 (2003): 3-4. [Available at nzepc: http://www.nzepc.auckland.ac.nz/authors/brunton/brief/ed_brief.asp]. [841 wds].

  125. F**k you, Faerie Queene: Review of Alan Brunton, Fq (Wellington: Bumper Books, 2002). ISBN 0-9582225-4-1. 164 pp. RRP $35. (9/03). brief 28 (2003): 116-22. [Available at nzepc: http://www.nzepc.auckland.ac.nz/authors/brunton/brief/fq.asp]. [2795 wds].

  126. Review of Jill Chan, The Smell of Oranges (Wellington: Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2003). ISBN 1-86942-028-4. 64 pp. RRP $19.95. (10/03). Magazine 1 (2003): 76. [130 wds].

  127. 2004 [27 / 22,790 wds]

  128. Editorial – The Secrets behind my Smile. (31/1-1/2/04). brief 29 (2004): 3-4. [969 wds].

  129. Review of Paul Hardacre, The Year Nothing (Wellington: HeadworX, 2003). ISBN 0-473-09005-8. 80 pp. RRP $19.95. (1-2/04). brief 29 (2004): 81. [229 wds].

  130. Review of David Howard & Fiona Pardington, How to Occupy Ourselves (Wellington: HeadworX, 2003). ISBN 0-473-09436-3. 88 pp. RRP $29.95. (1-2/04). brief 29 (2004): 81. [273 wds].

  131. Review of Anne Kennedy, Sing-Song (Auckland: AUP, 2003). ISBN 1-86940-295-2. 128 pp. RRP $24.99. (1-2/04). brief 29 (2004): 82. [195 wds].

  132. Review of Graham Lindsay, Lazy Wind Poems (Auckland: AUP, 2003). ISBN 1-86940-285-5. 72 pp. RRP $21.99. (1-2/04). brief 29 (2004): 82. [350 wds].

  133. Review of John O’Connor & Eric Mould, Working Voices (Auckland: Hallard Press, 2003). ISBN 0-86477-048-0. 102 pp. RRP $20.00. (1-2/04). brief 29 (2004): 83. [253 wds].

  134. Review of Alistair Paterson, Summer on the Côte d’Azur (Wellington: HeadworX, 2003). ISBN 0-473-098024-4. 80 pp. RRP $19.95. (1-2/04). brief 29 (2004): 83. [225 wds].

  135. Review of Mark Pirie, Dumber (Poems) (Wellington: Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2003). ISBN 1-86942-029-2. 64 pp. RRP $16.95. (1-2/04). brief 29 (2004): 84. [297 wds].

  136. Review of John Puhiatau Pule, Tagata Kapakiloi: Restless People (Auckland: Pohutukawa Press, 2004). ISBN 0-476-00230-3. 56 pp. (1-2/04). brief 29 (2004): 84. [269 wds].

  137. Review of R. A. K. Mason, Four Short Stories 1931-35. With an Afterword by Rachel Barrowman (Auckland: The Holloway Press, 2003). ISBN 0-9582313-4-6. 43 pp. (RRP $75) & Maurice Duggan, A Voice for the Minotaur: Selected Poems. Edited by Ian Richards (Auckland: The Holloway Press, 2001). ISBN 0-9582313-1-1. 53 pp. (RRP $100). (1-2/04). brief 29 (2004): 87-88. [1100 wds].

  138. 'I dreamed your book was written ...' Review of Young Knowledge: the Poems of Robin Hyde, edited & Introduced by Michele Leggott (Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2003). ISBN 1-86940-298-7. RRP $49.99. (2004). JNZL: Journal of New Zealand Literature 22 (2004): 180-90. [3130 wds].

  139. Review of James McNeish, Dance of the Peacocks: New Zealanders in Exile in the Time of Hitler and Mao Tse-Tung (Auckland: Vintage, 2003). ISBN 1-86941-564-7 & Vincent O’Sullivan, Long Journey to the Border: A Life of John Mulgan (Auckland: Penguin (NZ) Ltd., 2003). ISBN 0-14-301871-X. (2004). WLWE: World Literature Written in English (UK) 39 (2) (2002-3): 143-46. [1140 wds].

  140. Pure Enterprise: The Poetry of the North Shore. (21/3/04). Golden Weather: North Shore Writers Past and Present (Auckland: Cape Catley, 2004): 12-16. [1458 wds].

  141. Going West Five Years On. (15/9/04). Pander Online. [Available at: http://www.thepander.co.nz/literature/articles/jross200409.php]. [1437 wds].

  142. Introduction. (31/3/04). Kendrick Smithyman. Campana to Montale: Versions from Italian (Auckland: The Writers Group, 2004): 10-17. [2443 wds].

  143. The Poetics of Stasis in The 1001 Nights. (9/6/95). Magazine 2 (2004): 7-18. [3249 wds].

  144. Review of Iain Sharp, The Singing Harp (Wellington: Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2004). ISBN 1-86942-036-5. 28 pp. (2004). Magazine 2 (2004): 86-87. [274 wds].

  145. EditorialWARUM die KUNST. (31/10-1/11/04). brief 30 (2004): 3-4. [936 wds].

  146. Review of Murray Edmond, Fool Moon. Photographs by Joanna Forsberg. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2004. ISBN 1-86940-316-9. 72 pp. RRP $27.99. (4/11/04). brief 30 (2004): 109. [290 wds].

  147. Review of Basim Furat, Here and There (Wellington: HeadworX, 2004). ISBN 0-476-00885-9. 64 pp. RRP $19.95. (4/11/04). brief 30 (2004): 110. [270 wds].

  148. Review of Harvey McQueen, Recessional (Wellington: HeadworX, 2004). ISBN 0-476-00271-0. 80 pp. RRP $19.95. (4/11/04). brief 30 (2004): 109. [195 wds].

  149. Review of Guyon Neutze, Dark out of Darkness. Images by Jürgen Waibel (Wellington: Steele Roberts, 1999). ISBN 1-877228-10-9. 144 pp. RRP $24.95. (4/11/04). brief 30 (2004): 110. [311 wds].

  150. Review of Mark Pirie, Bullet Poems: In Four Rounds (Paekakariki: Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2004). ISBN 1-86942-030-6. 42 pp. / Mark Pirie, ed. “Recent New Zealand Poetry: 50 Poems by 50 Poets.” In Papertiger: new world poetry #04, edited by Paul Hardacre & B. R. Dionysius. ISSN 1445-1980. CD-ROM for PC. / Mark Pirie, ed. Tupelo Hotel: Winter Readings at Tupelo. ISBN 1-86942-046-2. 40 pp (Paekakariki: ESAW, 2004). (4/11/04). brief 30 (2004): 111. [280 wds].

  151. Review of Niel Wright, Only a Bullet will stop me now (Paekakariki: ESAW, 2004). ISBN 1-86942-044-6. 35 pp. RRP $15.00. (4/11/04). brief 30 (2004): 111. [267 wds].

  152. Review of William Direen, Jules (Wellington: Alpha Books, 2003). ISBN 0-9583266-4-9. 241 pp. RRP $34.95. (3/11/04). brief 30 (2004): 115. [Reprinted on Titus Books Website: http://titus.books.online.fr/html/Reviews.html#Ross (29/4/06)]. [620 wds].

  153. Editorialbrief goes political. (22/10/04). brief 31 (2004): 3-6. [1647 wds].

  154. Takahe 2004 Poetry Competition Report. (15/11/04). Takahe 53 (2004): 2. [956 wds].

  155. 2005 [12 / 7593 wds]

  156. Review of ‘Asclepius’. Poet Triumphant: The Life and Writings of R. A. K. Mason (1905-1971). Wellington: Steele Roberts, 2004. ISBN 1-877228-79-6 & Lawrence Jones. Picking up the Traces: The Making of a New Zealand Literary Culture 12932-1945. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2003. ISBN 0-864-73-455-7. (2004). World Literature in English (UK) 40 (2) (2004): 144-47. [1389 wds].

  157. Editorial – i.m. Joanna Margaret Paul (1946-2003). (6-21/5/05). brief 32 (2005): 3-4. [1092 wds].

  158. Review of Brian Bell, The Brian Bell Reader. ISBN 0-9582225-3-3 (Wellington. Bumper Books, 2001). RRP $24.99. (15-21/5/05). brief 32 (2005): 103. [314 wds].

  159. Review of Alan Brunton, Grooves of Glory: Three Performance Texts. ISBN 0-9582225-5-X (Wellington: Bumper Books, 2004). RRP $24.99. (15-21/5/05). brief 32 (2005): 103. [350 wds].

  160. Review of Sue Fitchett, Palaver Lava Queen. ISBN 1-86940-326-6 (Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2004). RRP $24.99. (15-21/5/05). brief 32 (2005): 104. [403 wds].

  161. Review of Michael Harlow, Cassandra’s Daughter. ISBN 1-86940-332-0 (Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2005). RRP $21.99. (15-21/5/05). brief 32 (2005): 105. [376 wds].

  162. Review of Anne Kennedy. The Time of the Giants. ISBN 1-86940-342-8 (Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2005). RRP $27.99. (15-21/5/05). brief 32 (2005): 105. [331 wds].

  163. Review of Michele Leggott. Milk & Honey. ISBN 1-86940-334-7 (Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2005). RRP $27.99. (15-21/5/05). brief 32 (2005): 106. [382 wds].

  164. Review of C. K. Stead. The Red Tram. ISBN 1-86940-330-4 (Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2004). RRP $24.99. (15-21/5/05). brief 32 (2005): 107. [529 wds].

  165. A few thoughts on sampling. (16-18/8/05). Titus Books Website: http://titus.books.online.fr/Contexts/Sampling.html. [1369 wds].

  166. Introduction. (4-5/8/05). Where Will Massey Take You? Life Writing 2 (Massey University: School of Social and Cultural Studies, 2005): iv-v. [557 wds].

  167. Is Melville's poetry really worth reading? (22/10/05). Amazon.com: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0873386604/102-2302309-8746515?v=glance&n=283155&s=books&v=glance. [501 wds].

  168. 2006 [9 / 12,245 wds]

  169. In the Shop of Wah Lee: Denys Trussell – Poet, Musician, Ecologist. (27-29/11/05). Poetry NZ 32 (2006): 85-94. [3257 wds].

  170. Review of Olwyn Stewart, Curriculum Vitæ. Titus Novellas. ISBN 0-9582586-2-7 (Auckland: Titus Books, 2005). RRP $19.95. (24-25/9/05). brief 33 (2005): 106-8. [Available at Titus Books Website: http://titus.books.online.fr/html/Reviews.html#Ross (29/4/06)]. [1001 wds]

  171. Review of Smithyman Online: Collected Poems 1943-1995, by Kendrick Smithyman. Edited & with notes by Margaret Edgcumbe & Peter Simpson. (24-25/9/05). brief 33 (2005): 60-62. [Available at: http://www.smithymanonline.auckland.ac.nz/about.php]. [954 wds].

  172. In Defence of Tracey Slaughter: Review of Her Body Rises: Stories & Poems. ISBN 1-86941-726-7. Auckland: Random House, 2005. RRP $27. (24-25/9/05). brief 33 (2005): 35-37. [Reprinted in Scott Hamilton, Reading the Maps http://readingthemaps.blogspot.com/2006/03/brief-33-out-now-phew.html (25/3/06)]. [945 wds]

  173. Preface. (16-19/7/05). Classic New Zealand Poets in Performance (Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2006): ix-xi. [878 wds].

  174. Introduction. (16/10; 16-17/12/05). Myth of the 21st Century: An Anthology of New Fiction. Edited by Tina Shaw & Jack Ross. ISBN 0-7900-1098-4. 137 pp. (Auckland: Reed Publishing (NZ) Ltd, 2006): 7-9. [1003 wds].

  175. Death of the Old Gang: Review of Sarah Broom, Contemporary British and Irish Poetry: An Introduction (Basingstoke & New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006). (12-29/7/06). Poetry NZ 33 (2006): 96-101. [Available at The Imaginary Museum: http://mairangibay.blogspot.co.nz/2006/09/death-of-old-gang.html (12/9/06)]. [2268 wds].

  176. For Leicester Hugo Kyle (b. 1937). (27/6/06). brief #34 (2006) – war: 6-11. [Available at The Imaginary Museum: http://mairangibay.blogspot.co.nz/2006/06/for-leicester-hugo-kyle-b1937.html (27/6/06)]. [1238 wds].

  177. Gabriel’s Groundhog Day: Launch speech for Gabriel White's Aucklantis. (2/12/06). Window Online (13/2/06). [Available at The Imaginary Museum: http://mairangibay.blogspot.co.nz/2006/12/gabriels-groundhog-day.html (2/12/06)]. [701 wds].

  178. 2007 [7 / 22,338 wds]

  179. Pound’s Fascist Cantos Revisited. (3/07). Ka Mate Ka Ora #3 (2007): 41-57. [Available at: http://www.nzepc.auckland.ac.nz/kmko/03/ka_mate03_ross.asp]. [5253 wds]. Correspondence: Pound’s Italian Cantos. (9/07). Ka Mate Ka Ora #4 (2007): 154-57. [Available at: http://www.nzepc.auckland.ac.nz/kmko/04/ka_mate04_correspondence.asp]. [1189 wds].

  180. Preface. (3-22/4/05). To Terezín. Travelogue by Jack Ross, with an Afterword by Martin Edmond. Social and Cultural Studies, 8. ISSN 1175-7132. ii + 90 pp. (Auckland: Massey University, 2007): 5-6. [786 wds].

  181. The Golem. (3/07). To Terezín. Travelogue by Jack Ross, with an Afterword by Martin Edmond. Social and Cultural Studies, 8. ISSN 1175-7132. ii + 90 pp. (Auckland: Massey University, 2007): 49-83. [7182 wds].

  182. Irony and After: New Bearings in NZ Poetry. (6/07). Poetry NZ 35 (2007): 95-103. [Available at: http://mairangibay.blogspot.com/2007/08/landfall-214.html]. [3365 wds].

  183. Editorial: Rules of Engagement. (8/07). Landfall 214 – Open House. ISBN 978 1 877372 93 3 (2007): 5-6. [Available at: http://mairangibay.blogspot.com/2007/08/landfall-214.html]. [895 wds].

  184. The Need to Gather Stones: Review of Geoff Cochrane, 84-484 (Wellington: VUP, 2007) & Fiona Farrell, The Pop-Up Book of Invasions (Auckland: AUP, 2007). (29-30/8/07). Landfall 214 (2007): 175-79. [1965 wds].

  185. At the Revival Meeting: Review of Martin Edmond, Waimarino County and Other Excursions (Auckland: AUP, 2007). (13-17/8/07). Landfall 214 (2007): 187-90. [1703 wds].

  186. 2008 [5 / 6254 wds]

  187. Preface. (7/07). New New Zealand Poets in Performance. Edited by Jack Ross. Poems Selected by Jack Ross & Jan Kemp. ISBN 978 1 86940 4093 (Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2008): ix-xiv. [1520 wds].

  188. Recipe: Hot rolls. (2005). The Word for Food: Recipes and Anecdotes from members of the International Writers’ Workshop, and others. Ed. Joyce Irving (Palmerston North: Heritage Press Ltd., 2008): 98-99. [374 wds].

  189. Review of Martin Edmond, The Evolution of Mirrors (Queensland: Otoliths, 2008). [Available at Lulu Website: http://www.lulu.com/content/3372034 (July 30, 2008)]. [203 wds].

  190. Ex Africa semper aliquid novi ... Review of Alistair Paterson, Africa: //Kabbo, Mantis and the Porcupine’s Daughter. ISBN 978-0-908943-36-4 (Auckland: Puriri Press, 2008). (31/5-10/6/08). Poetry NZ 37 (2008): 101-08. [2726 wds].

  191. Climbing off the Barricades: Review of Tony Beyer, Dream Boat: Selected Poems. ISBN 978-0-473-12652-0 (Wellington: HeadworX, 2007). RRP $34.99 & A Good Handful: Great New Zealand Poems about Sex. Ed. Stu Bagby. ISBN 978-1-86940-403-1 (Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2008). RRP $27.99. (8/4/08). brief 36 (2008): 114-18. [1431 wds].

  192. 2009 [14 / 22,420 wds]

  193. Editorial. (12/08). Poetry New Zealand 38. ISSN 0114-5770 (2009): 9-10. [Available at Poetry New Zealand: http://www.poetrynz.net/archives/issue-38/ (12/3/09)]. [395 wds].

  194. Jen Crawford. (12/08). Poetry New Zealand 38. ISSN 0114-5770 (2009): 9-10. [393 wds].

  195. Review of Coral Atkinson & David Gregory, ed. Land very Fertile: Banks Peninsula in Poetry & Prose (Christchurch: CUP, 2008). (12/08). Poetry NZ 38 (2009): 107-8. [128 wds].

  196. Review of Stu Bagby, ed. Just Another Fantastic Anthology: Auckland in Poetry (Auckland: Antediluvian Press, 2008). (12/08). Poetry NZ 38 (2009): 107-8. [155 wds].

  197. Review of Helen Bascand, into the vanishing point (Wellington: Steele Roberts, 2007). (12/08). Poetry NZ 38 (2009): 107-8. [84 wds].

  198. Review of Michael Harlow, The Tram Conductor’s Blue Cap (Auckland: AUP, 2009). (12/08). Poetry NZ 38 (2009): 107-8. [115 wds].

  199. Review of John O’Connor, Parts of the Moon: Selected Haiku & Senryu, 1988-2007 (Teneriffe, Queensland: Post Pressed, 2007). (12/08). Poetry NZ 38 (2009): 107-8. [121 wds].

  200. Review of Takahe 64 (Winter 2008). (12/08). Poetry NZ 38 (2009): 107-8. [125 wds].

  201. In Love with the Chinese Novel: A Voyage around the Hung Lou Meng. (14-24/6/08). brief 37 (2009): 10-28. [Available at Titus Open Access essays online: http://titus.books.online.fr/WebMagazines/ChineseNovel.html] [5969 wds].

  202. Is There a Future for the Poetry Blog? (10/1-6/2/09). Colloquium: "1,000 Words or a Picture: Could Poetry be a Contemporary Art?" Ka Mate Ka Ora #7 (2009): 26-29. [Available at: http://www.nzepc.auckland.ac.nz/kmko/07/ka_mate07_ross.asp] [1000 wds].

  203. The Tolkien Industry. (24/5/09). Scoop Review of Books (16/6/09). [Reprinted from: The Imaginary Museum (24/5/09)]. [3661 wds].

  204. Travelling to the Edge of Oneself: Review of Martin Edmond. The Supply Party: Ludwig Becker on the Burke and Wills Expedition. ISBN 978-1-921037-26-9 (Adelaide, SA: East Street Publications, 2009). (4-10/6/09). brief 38 (2009): 89-93. [1711 wds].

  205. Troubling Our Sleep: Ted Jenner’s Postmodern Classicism. Review of Ted Jenner, Writers in Residence and Other Captive Fauna. ISBN 978-1-877441-09-7. 130 pp (Auckland: Titus Books, 2009). (2009). Ka Mate Ka Ora 8 (September, 2009): 46-66. [Available at: http://www.nzepc.auckland.ac.nz/kmko/08/ka_mate08_ross.asp]. [7033 wds].

  206. Scroll, Codex, Hypertext … A Contribution to the Flying Blind Symposium (3/12/09). Floating Cinemas Website (7 December, 2009). [Available at: http://floatingcinemas.blogspot.com/2009/12/scroll-codex-hypertext.html]. [1530 wds].

  207. 2010 [6 / 15,194 wds]

  208. The Sleep of Reason: Review of David Lyndon Brown. Skin Hunger. ISBN 978-1-877441-08-0 (Auckland: Titus Books, 2009). RRP $NZ22.95; Bernadette Hall. The Lustre Jug. ISBN 978-0-864736-08-6 (Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2009). RRP $NZ25; Kevin Ireland. Table Talk: New Poems. ISBN 978-1-877340-24-6 (Auckland: Cape Catley, 2009). RRP $NZ25.99; Jessica Le Bas. Walking to Africa. ISBN 978-1-86940-446-8 (Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2009). RRP $NZ24.99; Frankie McMillan. Dressing for the Cannibals. ISBN 978-0-9864529-0-1 (Christchurch: Sudden Valley Press, 2009). RRP $NZ25; Brian Turner. Just This: Poems. ISBN 978-0-864735-91-1 (Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2009). RRP $NZ25; Richard von Sturmer. On the Eve of Never Departing. ISBN 978-1-877441-09-7 (Auckland: Titus Books, 2009). RRP $NZ29.95. (8-24/12/09). Landfall 219 - On Music (2010): 185-89. [1905 wds].

  209. Discussion of “Disorder and Early Sorrow”. (3/12/08-10/1/09). 99 Ways into NZ Poetry. By Paula Green & Harry Ricketts. ISBN 978-1-86979-178-0. (Auckland: Random House, 2010): 364-65. [813 wds].

  210. A Short History of Fairytales. (28/6-18/11/10). One Brown Box: A Storybook Exhibition for Children, by Bronwyn Lloyd & Karl Chitham (6 November – 18 December 2010). ISBN-13: 978-0-9582811-8-8 (Auckland: Objectspace, 2010): 27-37. [3538 wds].

  211. Hearts on the Run: Poetry Panels in Sydney. (5/9-29/10/10). Home & Away 2010. New Zealand Electronic Poetry Centre (19/11/10). [Available at: http://www.nzepc.auckland.ac.nz/features/home&away/papers-ross.asp]. [3078 wds].

  212. Preface. (23-26/11/10). 11 Views of Auckland. Edited by Jack Ross & Grant Duncan. Social and Cultural Studies, 10. ISSN 1175-7132 (Auckland: Massey University, 2010): 5-8. [1283 wds].

  213. The Stokes Point Pillars. (16-31/3/10). 11 Views of Auckland. Edited by Jack Ross & Grant Duncan. Social and Cultural Studies, 10. ISSN 1175-7132 (Auckland: Massey University, 2010): 155-76. [5297 wds].

  214. 2011 [7 / 12,525 wds]

  215. Essay – The Poem Within: Kendrick Smithyman the Poet-Translator (21/3/04-1/7/10). Kendrick Smithyman, Campana to Montale: Versions from Italian. 2004. Edited by Jack Ross & Marco Sonzogni. ISBN-13: 978-88-7536-264-5. Transference Series. Ed. Erminia Passannanti (Novi Ligure: Edizioni Joker, 2010): 23-39. [5144 wds].

  216. Questions of Structure: Review of John Newton, Lives of the Poets. ISBN 978-0-864736-28-4. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2010. 86 pp. RRP $NZ25; Cilla McQueen, The Radio Room. ISBN 978-1-877578-03-8 (Dunedin: Otago University Press, 2010). 77 pp. RRP $NZ30; David Eggleton, Time of the Icebergs. ISBN 978-1-877578-02-1 (Dunedin: Otago University Press, 2010). 88 pp. RRP $NZ25. (20-21/2/11). Landfall 221 - Outside In (2011): 184-87. [1287 wds].

  217. Johnsons or Shits: Review of Mike Johson, Travesty (Auckland: Titus Books, 2010). (4/10/10). brief 42 (2011): 40-44. [Available at The Imaginary Museum: http://mairangibay.blogspot.co.nz/2010/10/johnsons-or-shits.html (4/10/10)]. [1959 wds].

  218. Foreword. (1-3/7/11). Lugosi’s Children, Curated by Bronwyn Lloyd. (27 August – 1 October 2011). (Auckland: Objectspace, 2011): 2-3. [PDF available at: http://www.objectspace.org.nz/publications/viewPublication.php?documentCode=2984]. [1105 wds].

  219. Blurb. (13/4/11). Keith Westwater, Tongues of Ash (Brisbane: Interactive Press, October 2011). [63 wds].

  220. Introduction. (9-10/10/11). Leicester Kyle, Koroneho: Joyful News Out Of The New Found World. Edited with an Introduction by Jack Ross. Preface by Ian St George. ISBN 978-0-9876604-0-4 (Auckland: The Leicester Kyle Literary Estate / Wellington: The Colenso Society, 2011). 7-9. [1078 wds].

  221. Look, & Look Again – 12 New Zealand Poets. (8-9/11). Jacket2 NZ Poetry Feature: with poets John Adams, Raewyn Alexander, Jen Crawford, Scott Hamilton, Leicester Kyle, Aleksandra Lane, Thérèse Lloyd, Richard Reeve, Michael Steven, Apirana Taylor, Richard Taylor, Richard von Sturmer. Edited by Jack Ross. Images by Emma Smith. [Available at: https://jacket2.org/feature/look-and-look-again] [1889 wds].

  222. 2012 [25 / 43,861 wds]

  223. The book that got me started ... Contribution to Celebrating NZ Book Month. (13/3/12). Auckland University Press. [Available at: AUP: News & Events]. [217 wds].

  224. Marie de France: ‘Laüstic’ (c.1180). (10/11-1/12). Ka Mate Ka Ora 11 (2012): 75-88. [Available at: http://www.nzepc.auckland.ac.nz/kmko/11/ka_mate11_ross.asp]. [3801 wds].

  225. JACK ROSS: Notes on NZ Poetry. (31/3-3/7/12). Jacket2: Commentaries. [Available at: http://jacket2.org/commentary/jack-ross]. [19,399 wds]. (31/3/12): Begin anywhere. [1391 wds].

  226. JACK ROSS: Notes on NZ Poetry. (6/4/12): The persistence of memory. [1344 wds].

  227. JACK ROSS: Notes on NZ Poetry. (13/4/12): Experiments with sound. [1445 wds].

  228. JACK ROSS: Notes on NZ Poetry. (18/4/12): Dancing on ropes with fetter’d legs. [1545 wds].

  229. JACK ROSS: Notes on NZ Poetry. (27/4/12): In small press land. [828 wds].

  230. JACK ROSS: Notes on NZ Poetry. (6/5/12): State-of-the-Nation poems: Allen Curnow. [1489 wds].

  231. JACK ROSS: Notes on NZ Poetry. (11/5/12): State-of-the-Nation poems (2): James K. Baxter. [1250 wds].

  232. JACK ROSS: Notes on NZ Poetry. (17/5/12): State-of-the-Nation poems (3): Cilla McQueen. [1373 wds].

  233. JACK ROSS: Notes on NZ Poetry. (26/5/12): Work yet for the living: Hone Tuwhare. [1366 wds].

  234. JACK ROSS: Notes on NZ Poetry. (1/6/12): What's in the mags? brief 44/45. [1120 wds].

  235. JACK ROSS: Notes on NZ Poetry. (8/6/12): State-of-the-Nation poems (4): Ian Wedde. [1435 wds].

  236. JACK ROSS: Notes on NZ Poetry. (15/6/12): State-of-the-Nation poems (5): Kendrick Smithyman. [1413 wds].

  237. JACK ROSS: Notes on NZ Poetry. (25/6/12): State-of-the-Nation poems (6): Michele Leggott. [1579 wds].

  238. JACK ROSS: Notes on NZ Poetry. (3/7/12): Coda. [1246 wds].

  239. The Great White Silence. (3-20/1/12). brief 44 / 45 – Oceania (2012): 56-76. [6364 wds].

  240. Review of Leicester Kyle, Koroneho. (4/11/11). brief 44-45 (2012): 206-7. [Available at The Imaginary Museum: http://mairangibay.blogspot.co.nz/2011/11/koroneho.html (4/11/11)]. [811 wds].

  241. Old Shore. (21/4-16/5/11). Trout 17: Home Spaces (2012). [Available at: http://www.trout.auckland.ac.nz/journal/17/17_40.html]. [1503 wds].

  242. Introduction. (20/5/11-9/1/12). Fallen Empire: Maui in the Underworld, Kupe & the Fountain of Youth, Hatupatu & the Nile-monster: Three Play-Fragments from the Literary Remains of The Society of Inner Light. Attributed to Bertolt Wegener. Edited with an introduction by Jack Ross. Museum of True History in Collaboration with Karl Chitham and Jack Ross (20 June – 21 July 2012). 46 pp. (Dunedin: Blue Oyster Art Project Space, 2012): 3-5. [980 wds].

  243. Closedown, hibernate, restart: Review of The Comforter, by Helen Lehndorf (Wellington: Seraph Press, 2011) & Birds of Clay, by Aleksandra Lane (Wellington: VUP, 2012). (6/12). Landfall Review Online (1/7/12). [Available at: http://www.landfallreview.com/poetry/closedown-hibernate-restart/]. [1234 wds].

  244. Review of The Little Enemy, by Nicholas Reid (Wellington: Steele Roberts Aotearoa, 2011). (24/6/12). Poetry NZ 45 (2012): 103-4. [689 wds].

  245. Channeling Paul Celan. (10-13/7/12). Rabbit 5 - The RARE Issue (Winter 2012): 118-31. [3843 wds].

  246. Introduction: The Twenty-Tear Masterclass. (12/7/11-5/11/12). Celanie: Poems & Drawings after Paul Celan. Poems by Jack Ross, Drawings by Emma Smith, with an Afterword by Bronwyn Lloyd. ISBN 978-0-473-22484-4. Pania Samplers, 3. 168 pp. (Auckland: Pania Press, 2012): 11-16. [1871 wds].

  247. Interpreting Paul Celan. (26/4-17/7/12). brief 46 – The Survival Issue (2012): 85-101. [3149 wds].

  248. 2013 [6 / 12,021 wds]

  249. Never Get Taken to the Second Location: Review of The Second Location. Stories by Bronwyn Lloyd (Auckland: Titus Books, 2011). RRP $NZ 30.00. (13-14/2/13). Landfall 225 - My Auckland (2013): 186-89. [1394 wds].

  250. Obituary – Dreamtigers: i.m. Sarah Broom. (19-20/4/13). Poetry Notes 14 (vol. 4, issue 2). ISSN 1179-7681 (Winter 2013): 6-8. [Available at The Imaginary Museum: http://mairangibay.blogspot.co.nz/2013/04/dreamtigers-im-sarah-broom.html (20/4/13)]. [1004 wds]

  251. Trouble in River City: How I learned to stop worrying and trust poetics. (4/4-23/5/13). Poetry NZ 47 (2013): 93-103. [4112 wds]

  252. Wearing their ethics on their sleeves: Review of Elizabeth Knox. Mortal Fire. ISBN 978-1-877579-53-0 (Wellington: Gecko Press, 2013). [x] + 434 pp. RRP $NZ29.99 & Mandy Hager, Dear Vincent. ISBN 978-1-77553-327-6 (Auckland: Random House New Zealand, 2013). [xi] + 277 pp. RRP $NZ19.99. (22-29/7/13). NZ Books: A Quarterly Review vol. 23, no. 3, issue 103 (Spring 2013): 16-17. [1439 wds].

  253. Confessions of an Unrepentant Anthologist: Review of Jane Stafford and Mark Williams, ed. The Auckland University Press Anthology of New Zealand Literature. ISBN 9781869405892 (Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2013). [xviii] + 1164 pp. RRP $NZ 75.00. (15-17/8/13). brief 49 (2013): 129-45. [3,999 wds]

  254. Here are the poetry books that hooked us in 2013. Contribution to Paula Green. NZ Poetry Shelf: a poetry page with reviews, interviews, and other things. (1/12/13). [Available at: NZ Poetry Shelf (9/12/13)]. [73 wds].

  255. 2014 [36 / 26169 wds]

  256. Carnage in Cuba Street: Review of The Wind City, by Summer Wigmore (Steam Press, 2013). (16-17/10/13). Landfall Review Online (1/2/14). [Available at: http://www.landfallreview.com/fiction/carnage-in-cuba-street/]. [1585 wds].

  257. Introducing Leicester Kyle. (13/3/12-23/11/13). Leicester Kyle. The Millerton Sequences. Edited by Jack Ross. Poem by David Howard. ISBN 978-0-473-18880-1. 140 pp. (Pokeno, Auckland: Atuanui Press, 2014): 8-29. [4557 wds].

  258. Editorial – Misha's Project. (2-6/12/13). brief 50 (2014): 3-5. [898 wds].

  259. Review of Lisa Samuels, Wild Dialectics. ISBN 978-1-84861-257-0. Bristol: Shearsman Books Ltd., 2012. 82 pp. RRP £UK 8.95 / $US 15. (4-19/1/14). brief 50 (2014): 152-53. [602 wds].

  260. Review of Richard von Sturmer, Book of Equanimity Verses. Illustrated by Adel Salmanzadeh. ISBN 978-0-908-943-41-8. Auckland: Puriri Press, 2013. 60 pp. + 10 full-colour plates. RRP $28.50. (4-19/1/14). brief 50 (2014): 154-56. [575 wds].

  261. Paul Celan & Leicester Kyle: The Zone & the Plateau. (14-17/6; 9/9-2/10-13/11/13). Ka Mate Ka Ora 13 (2014): 54-71. [6003 wds].

  262. Green Movement: Review of The Disestablishment of Paradise: A Novel in Five Parts plus Documents (London: Gollancz, 2013). (17/12/13-6/1/14). Landfall 227 - Vital Signs (2014): 183-85. [1458 wds].

  263. August on the Shelf: Poetry picks from Emily Dobson, Siobhan Harvey, Harry Ricketts, Jack Ross, James Norcliffe.” Contribution to Paula Green. NZ Poetry Shelf: a poetry page with reviews, interviews, and other things. (31/7/14). [Available at: NZ Poetry Shelf (5/8/14)]. [331 wds].

  264. Editorial – From Dagmara to Lisa. (14-17/9/14). Poetry NZ Yearbook 1 [Issue #49] (2014): 7-10. [1233 wds].

  265. An Interview with Lisa Samuels. (28/8-15/9/14). Poetry NZ Yearbook 1 [Issue #49] (2014): 41-48. [2930 wds].

  266. Review of Alan Brunton. Beyond the Ohlala Mountains: Poems 1968-2002. Ed. Michele Leggott & Martin Edmond. ISBN 978-1-877441-47-9. Auckland: Titus Books, 2013. (26-27/9/14). Poetry NZ Yearbook 1 [Issue #49] (2014): 225. [385 wds].

  267. Review of Kay McKenzie Cooke. Born to a Red-Headed Woman. ISBN 978-1-877578-87-8. Dunedin: Otago University Press, 2014. (26-27/9/14). Poetry NZ Yearbook 1 [Issue #49] (2014): 226. [177 wds].

  268. Review of Craig Cotter. After Lunch with Frank O’Hara. Introduction by Felice Picano. ISBN 978-1-937627-18-8. New York: Chelsea Station Editions, 2014. (26-27/9/14). Poetry NZ Yearbook 1 [Issue #49] (2014): 226. [139 wds].

  269. Review of Alison Denham. Raspberry Money. ISBN 978-0-9864529-3-2. Christchurch: Sudden Valley Press, 2013. (26-27/9/14). Poetry NZ Yearbook 1 [Issue #49] (2014): 227. [132 wds].

  270. Review of Doc Drumheller. 10 x (10 + -10) = 0: A ten year, ten book project, 20/02/2002-21/02/2012. ISBN 978-0-473-27757-4. Christchurch: The Republic of Oma Rāpeti Press, 2014. (26-27/9/14). Poetry NZ Yearbook 1 [Issue #49] (2014): 227. [249 wds].

  271. Review of Eugene Dubnov. The Thousand-Year Minutes. Translated by Anne Stevenson & the author. ISBN 978-1-907356-74-2. UK: Shoestring Press, 2013. (26-27/9/14). Poetry NZ Yearbook 1 [Issue #49] (2014): 228. [185 wds].

  272. Review of Sue Fitchett. On the Wing. ISBN 978-1-927242-52-0. Wellington: Steele Roberts Aotearoa, 2014. (26-27/9/14). Poetry NZ Yearbook 1 [Issue #49] (2014): 228. [176 wds].

  273. Review of Alexandra Fraser. Conversation by Owl-Light. ISBN 978-1-927242-44-5. Wellington: Steele Roberts Aotearoa, 2014. (26-27/9/14). Poetry NZ Yearbook 1 [Issue #49] (2014): 229. [119 wds].

  274. Review of John Gibb. The Thin Boy & Other Poems. ISBN 978-0-473-27736-9. Lyttelton: Cold Hub Press, 2014. (26-27/9/14). Poetry NZ Yearbook 1 [Issue #49] (2014): 229. [161 wds].

  275. Review of Rogelio Guedea. Si no te hubieras ido / If only you hadn’t gone. With translations by Roger Hickin. Introduction by Vincent O’Sullivan. ISBN 978-0-473-28658-3. Lyttelton: Cold Hub Press, 2014. (26-27/9/14). Poetry NZ Yearbook 1 [Issue #49] (2014): 230. [221 wds].

  276. Review of Sweeping the Courtyard: The Selected Poems of Michael Harlow. ISBN 978-0-473-27420-7. Lyttelton: Cold Hub Press, 2014. (26-27/9/14). Poetry NZ Yearbook 1 [Issue #49] (2014): 230. [178 wds].

  277. Review of Michael Harlow. Heart absolutely I can. Hoopla Series. ISBN 978-0-473-27647-8. Wellington: Mākaro Press, 2014. (26-27/9/14). Poetry NZ Yearbook 1 [Issue #49] (2014): 231. [187 wds].

  278. Review of Chloe Honum. The Tulip-Flame. ISBN 978-0-9860257-5-4. Cleveland, Ohio: Cleveland State University Poetry Center, 2014. (26-27/9/14). Poetry NZ Yearbook 1 [Issue #49] (2014): 231. [214 wds].

  279. Review of David Howard. The Speak House: A Poem in Fifty-Seven Pentastichs on the Final Hours in the Life of Robert Louis Stevenson. ISBN 978-0-473-28364-3. Lyttelton: Cold Hub Press, 2014. (26-27/9/14). Poetry NZ Yearbook 1 [Issue #49] (2014): 232. [223 wds].

  280. Review of Leonard Lambert. Remnants: Poems. ISBN 978-1-927242-28-5. Wellington: Steele Roberts Aotearoa, 2013. (26-27/9/14). Poetry NZ Yearbook 1 [Issue #49] (2014): 232. [156 wds].

  281. Review of Stephanie Lash. Bird murder. Hoopla Series. ISBN 978-0-473-27649-2. Wellington: Mākaro Press, 2014. (26-27/9/14). Poetry NZ Yearbook 1 [Issue #49] (2014): 233. [160 wds].

  282. Review of Cilla McQueen (in association with the Alexander Turnbull Library). Edwin’s Egg & Other Poetic Novellas. ISBN 978-1-877578-13-7. Dunedin: Otago University Press, 2014. (26-27/9/14). Poetry NZ Yearbook 1 [Issue #49] (2014): 233. [197 wds].

  283. Review of John O’Connor. Whistling in the Dark. ISBN 978-0-473-29151-8. Wellington: HeadworX, 2014. (26-27/9/14). Poetry NZ Yearbook 1 [Issue #49] (2014): 234. [188 wds].

  284. Review of Outloud Too. Ed. Vaughan Rapatahana, Kate Rogers, Madeleine Slavick. ISBN 978-988-13114-0-5. Hong Kong: MCCM Creations, 2014. (26-27/9/14). Poetry NZ Yearbook 1 [Issue #49] (2014): 234. [163 wds].

  285. Review of Lee Posna. Arboretum. ISBN 978-0-473-28356-8. Auckland: Compound Press, 2014. (26-27/9/14). Poetry NZ Yearbook 1 [Issue #49] (2014): 235. [175 wds].

  286. Review of Helen Rickerby. Cinema. Hoopla Series. ISBN 978-0-473-27648-5. Wellington: Mākaro Press, 2014. (26-27/9/14). Poetry NZ Yearbook 1 [Issue #49] (2014): 235. [146 wds].

  287. Review of Marie Slaight. The Antigone Poems. Drawings by Terrence Tasker. ISBN 978-0-9806447-0-8. Potts Point NSW: Altaire Production and Publication, 2013. (26-27/9/14). Poetry NZ Yearbook 1 [Issue #49] (2014): 236. [175 wds].

  288. Review of Elizabeth Smither. Ruby Duby Du. ISBN 978-0-473-26830-5. Lyttelton: Cold Hub Press, 2014. (26-27/9/14). Poetry NZ Yearbook 1 [Issue #49] (2014): 236. [179 wds].

  289. Review of MaryJane Thomson. Fallen Grace. ISBN 978-0-473-28152-6. Wellington: HeadworX / The Night Press, 2014. (26-27/9/14). Poetry NZ Yearbook 1 [Issue #49] (2014): 237. [153 wds].

  290. Review of Steven Toussaint. Fiddlehead. ISBN 978-0-473-28354-4. Auckland: Compound Press, 2014. (26-27/9/14). Poetry NZ Yearbook 1 [Issue #49] (2014): 237. [224 wds].

  291. An Interview with Gabriel White. (2008). Tongdo Fantasia. Gabriel White on Vimeo (26/10/14). [1335 wds].

  292. 2015 [19 / 14840 wds]

  293. Is MiStory YourStory? Review of MiStory, by Philip Temple (Dunedin: Scribe Publishing, 2014). (13/1-7/2/15). Landfall Review Online (1/5/15). [Available at: http://www.landfallreview.com/fiction/is-mistory-yourstory/]. [1797 wds].

  294. Miss Herbert, by Adam Thirlwell [2007]. (6-10/11/14). Verbivoracious Festschrift Vol. 3: The Syllabus. Ed. G.N. Forester and M.J. Nicholls. ISBN 978-981-09-3593-1 (Singapore: Verbivoracious Press, 2015): 209-10. [Available at: http://www.verbivoraciouspress.org/festschrifts/volume-three-the-syllabus/]. [564 wds].

  295. Blurb. (8/5/15). Martin Edmond & Maggie Hall, Histories of the Future (North Hobart, Tasmania: Walleah Press, 2015). [Available at: http://store.walleahpress.com.au/MARTIN-EDMOND-and-MAGGIE-HALL-Histories-of-the-Future_p_69.html]. [81 wds].

  296. “"We" Society: Editor's Note. (21-22/4/15). "We" Society Poetry Anthology. Edited with a Preface by Jack Ross. Stage2Page Titles, 4 (Bethells / Te Henga, Auckland: Poetry/Spoken Word Art NZ Trust, 2015): 1-3. [Available at: http://printablereality.com/publishing/we-society-publication/]. [917 wds].

  297. Editorial – What is New Zealand Poetry? (8-12/10/15). Poetry NZ Yearbook 2 [Issue #50] (2015): 7-10. [1529 wds].

  298. An Interview with Robert Sullivan. (6/9/15). Poetry NZ Yearbook 2 [Issue #50] (2015): 11-12, 23-38. [5353 wds].

  299. Review of Mary Cresswell. Fish Stories. ISBN 978-1-927145-66-1. Christchurch: Canterbury University Press, 2015. (26-30/10/15). Poetry NZ Yearbook 2 [Issue #50] (2015): 255-57. [748 wds].

  300. Review of David Eggleton. The Conch Trumpet. ISBN 978-1-877578-93-9. Dunedin: Otago University Press, 2015. (26-30/10/15). Poetry NZ Yearbook 2 [Issue #50] (2015): 257-59. [669 wds].

  301. Review of Iain Lonie. A Place To Go On From: The Collected Poems. Ed. David Howard. ISBN 978-1-927322-01-7. Dunedin: Otago University Press, 2015. (26-30/10/15). Poetry NZ Yearbook 2 [Issue #50] (2015): 260-62. [897 wds].

  302. Review of Jane Summer. Erebus. ISBN 978-1-937420-90-1. Little Rock, Arkansas: Sibling Rivalry Press, 2014. (26-30/10/15). Poetry NZ Yearbook 2 [Issue #50] (2015): 262-63. [539 wds].

  303. Review of Diane Brown. Taking My Mother to the Opera. ISBN 978-1-927322-15-4. Dunedin: Otago University Press, 2015. (26-30/10/15). Poetry NZ Yearbook 2 [Issue #50] (2015): 270. [119 wds].

  304. Review of Catalyst 11: My Republic. Ed. Doc Drumheller. ISSN 1179-4003. Christchurch: The Republic of Oma Rāpeti Press, 2014. (26-30/10/15). Poetry NZ Yearbook 2 [Issue #50] (2015): 270. [204 wds].

  305. Review of Martin Edmond & Maggie Hall. Histories of the Future. ISBN 978-1-877010-67-5. North Hobart, Tasmania: Walleah Press, 2015. (26-30/10/15). Poetry NZ Yearbook 2 [Issue #50] (2015): 271. [179 wds].

  306. Review of JAAM 32: Shorelines. Ed. Sue Wootton. ISSN 1173-633X. Wellington: JAAM Collective, 2014. (26-30/10/15). Poetry NZ Yearbook 2 [Issue #50] (2015): 271. [162 wds].

  307. Review of Julie Leibrich. A Little Book of Sonnets. ISBN 978-1-927242-29-2. Wellington: Steele Roberts Aotearoa, 2013. (26-30/10/15). Poetry NZ Yearbook 2 [Issue #50] (2015): 272. [144 wds].

  308. Review of Emma Neale. Tender Machines. ISBN 978-1-927322-34-5. Dunedin: Otago University Press, 2015. (26-30/10/15). Poetry NZ Yearbook 2 [Issue #50] (2015): 272. [191 wds].

  309. Review of Richard Reeve. Generation Kitchen. ISBN 978-1-877578-92-2. Dunedin: Otago University Press, 2015. (26-30/10/15). Poetry NZ Yearbook 2 [Issue #50] (2015): 273. [172 wds].

  310. Review of Pat White. Fracking & Hawk. ISBN 978-0-473-32636-4. Aotearoa New Zealand: Frontiers Press, 2015. (26-30/10/15). Poetry NZ Yearbook 2 [Issue #50] (2015): 273. [164 wds].

  311. Poetry Shelf, Poet's Choice. Contribution to Paula Green. NZ Poetry Shelf: a poetry page with reviews, interviews, and other things (11/12/15). [Available at: NZ Poetry Shelf (11/12/15)]. [211 wds].

  312. 2016 [6 / 8828 wds]

  313. I am ‘modern’ but want to go back: Review of Aurelia, by John Hawke (Cordite Press, 2015). (31/3-4/4/16). TEXT: Journal of Writing and Writing Courses, vol 20, no. 1 (April 2016). [Available at: TEXT (5/5/16)]. [1254 wds].

  314. The Psychopathic God: Review of R.H.I., by Tim Corballis (Victoria University Press, 2015). (22-27/1/16). Landfall 231 (April 2015): 182-85. [1844 wds].

  315. On the Road to Nowhere: Revisiting Samuel Butler’s Erewhon. (18/2-1/12/15). Extraordinary Anywhere: Essays on Place from Aotearoa New Zealand. Ed. Ingrid Horrocks & Cherie Lacey. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2016. 135-49. [4702 wds].

  316. Blurb. (28/9/16). Keith Nunes, catching a ride on a paradox: poetry and short fiction (Rotorua, November 2016). [114 wds].

  317. Poetry Shelf’s Annual-Books-We-Loved-in-2016 Lists. Contribution to Paula Green. NZ Poetry Shelf: a poetry page with reviews, interviews, and other things. (21/11/16). [Available at: NZ Poetry Shelf (4/12/16)]. [757 wds].

  318. “Issue 55 Supplement: How Many Miles To Babylon. (2-25/12/16). The brief blog. [Available at: http://www.briefthejournal.nz/issue-55-babylon/. (25/12/16)]. [157 wds].

  319. 2017 [16 / 26732 wds]

  320. Editorial – Hands across the Tasman. (24/8-4/9/16). Poetry NZ Yearbook 2017 [Issue #51]: 14-19. [1881 wds].

  321. An Interview with Elizabeth Morton. (11/2-2/8/16). Poetry NZ Yearbook 2017 [Issue #51]: 22, 48-51. [1394 wds].

  322. Review of Nicholas Williamson. The Blue Outboard: New and Selected Poems. ISBN 978-0-473-32059-1. Port Chalmers: Black Doris Press, 2016. (27/8-5/9/16). Poetry NZ Yearbook 2017 [Issue #51]: 293-95. [700 wds].

  323. Review of Antonios Papaspiropoulos. Poems from the George Wilder Cottage: A Poetry Cycle. Southbank, VIC: St Antoni Publishing, 2015. (27/8-5/9/16). Poetry NZ Yearbook 2017 [Issue #51]: 296-97. [538 wds].

  324. Review of Cilla McQueen. In a Slant Light: A Poet’s Memoir. ISBN 978-1-877578-71-7. Dunedin: Otago University Press, 2016. (27/8-5/9/16). Poetry NZ Yearbook 2017 [Issue #51]: 298-99. [539 wds].

  325. Review of Jen Crawford. Koel. Introduction by Divya Victor. ISBN 978-0-9942596-8-4. Melbourne: Cordite Books, 2016. (27/8-5/9/16). Poetry NZ Yearbook 2017 [Issue #51]: 300-02. [731 wds].

  326. Review of brief 54: Love. Ed. Olivia Macassey. ISSN 1175-9313. Pokeno, Auckland: The Writers Group, 2016. (27/8-5/9/16). Poetry NZ Yearbook 2017 [Issue #51]: 318. [204 wds].

  327. Review of John Dickson. Mister Hamilton. ISBN 978-1-86940-855-8. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2016. (27/8-5/9/16). Poetry NZ Yearbook 2017 [Issue #51]: 319. [139 wds].

  328. Review of Michael Harlow. Nothing for it but to sing. ISBN 978-1-927322-62-8. Dunedin: Otago University Press, 2016. (27/8-5/9/16). Poetry NZ Yearbook 2017 [Issue #51]: 319-20. [169 wds].

  329. Review of IKA 4: Journal of Literature and Art. Ed. Anne Kennedy. ISSN 2253-5993. Manukau: MIT, 2016. (27/8-5/9/16). Poetry NZ Yearbook 2017 [Issue #51]: 320. [164 wds].

  330. Review of JAAM 33: Small Departures. Ed. Kiri Piahana-Wong & Rosetta Allan. ISSN 1173-633X. Wellington: JAAM Collective, 2015. (27/8-5/9/16). Poetry NZ Yearbook 2017 [Issue #51]: 321. [201 wds].

  331. Review of Polina Kouzminova. An echo where you lie. ISBN 978-0-9941299-4-9. Submarine Poetry. Wellington: Mākaro Press, 2016. (27/8-5/9/16). Poetry NZ Yearbook 2017 [Issue #51]: 322. [186 wds].

  332. Review of Frankie McMillan. My Mother and the Hungarians and Other Small Fictions. ISBN 978-1-927145-87-6. Christchurch: Canterbury University Press, 2016. (27/8-5/9/16). Poetry NZ Yearbook 2017 [Issue #51]: 322-23. [446 wds].

  333. The Time of Achamoth: M. K. Joseph and the Rise of New Zealand Speculative Fiction. (1/3-27/4/16). Journal of New Zealand Literature 34.2: New Writing 1975-2000. Guest Editor John Geraets (2016): 61-80. [5368 wds].

  334. How Many Miles to Babylon? Three Faces of Mike Johnson’s Lear. (27/7-11/10/16). brief 55 (Summer 2016-17): 113-31. [4986 wds].

  335. Enactments of Identity in the New Zealand Short Story. (20/6-4/7/16; 28/10/16-8/2/17). FDHS [Fudan Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences]. ISSN 1674-0750. DOI 10.1007/s40647-017-0170-2 (Shanghai: Fudan University, 2017): 1-19. [Available at: http://rdcu.be/pqnG (21/2/17)]. [9086 wds].




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