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Landfall 232

Friday, 1 November 2013 2:36pm

Landfall 232 cover imageSpring 2016

Edited by David Eggleton

What's inside

• New essay competition for ages 16–21

• Results of Landfall Essay Competition

• Results of Caselberg Trust Poetry Prize

Featured Artists

Elizabeth Thomson, Nick Austin, James Robinson, Simon Kaan

Writers

Michalia Arathimos, Ruth Arnison, Nick Ascroft, Airini Beautrais, Tony Beyer, Peter Bland,  Victoria Broome, Sam Clements, Jennifer Compton, David Coventry, Carolyn Cossey, Ben Egerton, Riemke Ensing, Scott Hamilton, Lynn Jenner, Jan Kemp, Brent Kininmont, Jessica LeBas, Therese Lloyd, Olivia Macassey, Ria Masae, Kirsten McDougall, Leslie McKay, Caoimhe McKeogh, Robynanne Milford, Alice Miller, Michael Morrissey, Elizabeth Morton, Heidi North-Bailey, Claire Orchard, Maris O’Rourke, Jenny Powell, M.D. Rann, Rebecca Reader, Nicholas Reid, Elspeth Sandys, Kerrin P. Sharpe, Elizabeth Smither, Michael Steven, John Summers, Leilani Tamu, Chris Tse, Sue Wootton, Karen Zelas

Reviews

Lawrence Jones on Bloomsbury South: The arts in Christchurch 1933–1953 by Peter Simpson
Vaughan Rapatahana on Coming Rain by Stephen Daisley
Michael Morrissey on The Antipodeans by Greg McGee
Christopher Ward-Greene on Love as a Stranger by Owen Marshall
James Norcliffe on Beside Herself by Chris Price and Fits and Starts by Andrew Johnston
Sally Blundell on A History of New Zealand Women by Barbara Brookes
Edmund Bohan on Outcasts of the Gods by Hazel Petrie and Ka Ngaro Te Reo by Paul Moon
David Herkt on Lost and Gone Away by Lynn Jenner

Editor

DAVID EGGLETON is a prolific poet, writer and critic. His most recent collection The Conch Trumpet (OUP, 2015) won the 2016 Ockham New Zealand Book Award for poetry, and he received the Prime Minister's Award for Literary Achievement in poetry in October 2016. His other awards include six times Book Reviewer of the Year in the Montana New Zealand Book Awards, PEN Best First Book of Poetry in 1987 and the Robert Burns Fellowship.

Publication details

Paperback, 215 x 165 mm, 208 pages, 16 in colour, ISBN 978 1 927322 24 6, $30
Published with the assistance of Creative New Zealand
November 2016