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To the Occupant

ISBN: 9781988531687

To the Occupant by Emma Neale is an innovative and astounding collection from one of New Zealand’s leading poets of her generation.

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The Truth Garden

ISBN: 978 1 877578 25 0

This is the fourth book in the series arising from the Kathleen Grattan Award for Poetry. Each book is produced with attention to the traditional qualities of fine book production, in typography, illustration, design, paper and binding. The Truth Garden is illustrated by Kathryn Madill and designed by Fiona Moffat.

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Tender Machines

ISBN: 978 1 927322 34 5

In this follow-up collection to the award-winning The Truth Garden, Emma Neale asks where exactly do the personal and the political drop hands? In poems that are engaged, compelling, witty and moving, she looks at how we navigate a true line through the psychological, environmental, social and economic anxieties of our times. The book examines love in its many guises, and also energetically responds to the distractions and delights of the digital age.

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Manifesto Aotearoa: 101 political poems

ISBN: 9780947522469

Explosive new poems for election year from David Eggleton, Cilla McQueen, Vincent O’Sullivan, Tusiata Avia, Frankie McMillan, Brian Turner, Paula Green, Ian Wedde, Vaughan Rapatahana, Ria Masae, Peter Bland, Louise Wallace, Bernadette Hall, Airini Beautrais and 84 others, featuring original artwork by Nigel Brown.

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Landfall 237

ISBN: 9781988531731

Exciting contemporary art and writing from New Zealand

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Landfall 236: Spring 2018

ISBN: 9781988531557

Landfall is New Zealand's foremost and longest-running arts and literary journal. It showcases new fiction and poetry, as well as biographical and critical essays, and cultural commentary.

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Landfall 235

ISBN: 9781988531243

Landfall is New Zealand's foremost and longest-running arts and literary journal. It showcases new fiction and poetry, as well as biographical and critical essays, and cultural commentary.