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Murray Edmond

(b. 1949)

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Anthologies of poetry

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Begin with the regional collections, W. P. Reeves and J. Ward's The Book of Canterbury Rhymes (1866; 1883) and O. T. J. Alpers's The Jubilee Book of Canterbury Rhymes (1900). ...

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Auckland University Press

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Grew out of a series of scholarly ‘bulletins’ dating back to the 1920s. Dennis McEldowney, editor of University Publications from 1966, became Managing Editor when the Press was formally...

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Bill Manhire

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(1946– ),

New Zealand poet and short-story writer, born in Invercargill, educated at the University of Otago and at University College, London. His early work appeared in the...

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David Eggleton

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(1952– ),

came to prominence in the 1980s as a performance poet in New Zealand and overseas. While his mesmeric incantations and entranced eclecticism of language are certainly at...

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Freed

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A magazine, was issued from July 1969 to July 1972. It was, in fact, variously titled—No. 1, The Word is Freed; Nos 2, 3 and 4, Freed; and No. 5 ...

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Hawk Press

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(1975–83)

was a private press established by the poet and printer Alan Loney and operated by him in a variety of locations in or near Christchurch and Wellington. Initially the ...

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Islands

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A predominantly literary quarterly, appeared 1972–81 and as ‘New Series’ 1984–87. All issues were edited and published by Robin Dudding. Previously editor (in succession to Charles Brasch)...

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Janet Charman

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(1954– ),

Auckland poet, published in AND and Womin space Journal in the 1980s. Her first collection, with Marina Bachmann and Sue Fitchett, was the Spiral publication Drawing...

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Landfall

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The most important of New Zealand's literary periodicals, founded in 1947 as a quarterly.

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Leigh Davis

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(1955– ).

co-edited AND magazine with academics Alex Calder and Roger Horrocks 1983–85, thereby announcing the arrival of poststructuralist literary theory and postmodern literary...

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