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Landfall 234: Spring 2017

Wednesday, 1 November 2017 11:45am

Landfall_234_coverEdited by David Eggleton

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.

Featured artists

James Robinson, Jenna Packer, Andrew McLeod

Awards and Competitions

Results of the Kathleen Grattan Award for Poetry 2017 and judge’s report by Bill Manhire, results of the Caselberg Trust International Poetry Prize and judge’s report by Riemke Ensing, results and winning essays from Landfall Essay Competition 2017, and judge’s report by David Eggleton

Writers

Alie Benge, Marianne Bevan, Tony Beyer, Owen Bullock, Kate Camp, Medb Charleton, H.E. Crampton, John Dennison, Doc Drumheller, Breton Dukes, Lynley Edmeades, Ben Egerton, Riemke Ensing, Sisilia Eteuati, Laurence Fearnley, Rachel J. Fenton, Rhian Gallagher, René Harrison, Ingrid Horrocks, Mark Anthony Houlahan, Stephanie Johnson, Judith Lofley, Owen Marshall, Samantha Montgomerie, Claire Orchard, Bob Orr, Kiri Piahana-Wong, Brian Potiki, Joanna Preston, Vaughan Rapatahana, Rebecca Reader, Sue Reidy, James Robinson, Ali Shakir, Kerrin P. Sharpe, Sarah Shirley, Carin Smeaton, Ruby Solly, Michael Steven, Mua Strickson-Pua, Tayi Tibble, Albert Wendt, Sue Wootton, Phoebe Wright

Reviews

Landfall Review Online: books recently reviewed
Martin Edmond on Charles Brasch: Journals 1945–1957 ed. Peter Simpson
Iain Sharp on Selected Poems by Ian Wedde
Jenny Powell on Die Bibel and Collected Poems 1981–2016 by Michael O’Leary
Johanna Emeney on The Arrow that Missed by Ted Jenner and The Ones Who Keep Quiet by David Howard
Denis Harold on The New Animals by Pip Adams
Charlotte Graham on The Suicide Club by Sarah Quigley
Katie Pickles on The Great War for New Zealand: Waikato 1800–2000 by Vincent O’Malley
Edmund Bohan on The World, the Flesh and the Devil: The life and opinions of Samuel Marsden in England and the Antipodes 1765–1838 by Andrew Sharp

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 978-1-98-853115-1, $30
Published with the assistance of Creative New Zealand
November 2017