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  • Slip Streamby Paula Green

    Auckland University Press 2013; US$ 14.57

    Slip Stream is an account of a time when Paula Greem was buffeted in the slipstream of an illness. How can life go on as usual? she asks – and finds answers in poetry and music, crosswords and cherries, lists and family love. Green tells a personal story of breast cancer, from an initial mammogram to biopsy, operations, radiotherapy treatment and... more...

  • The Commonplace Odesby Ian Wedde

    Auckland University Press 2013; US$ 14.57

    The Commonplace Odes was the first collection in eight years from major New Zealand poet Ian Wedde. It is a stunning collection: a group of odes, deliberately patterned but expressed in an easy, warm, contemporary voice, prefaced by an epode which, like a musical overture, traverses the themes and phrases of the work to follow, interspersed with two... more...

  • Chromeby Paula Green

    Auckland University Press 2013; US$ 14.57

    Chrome is leading poet Paula Green?s second collection of poems and is a way of coming to terms with some essential relationships in her own life, with her parents, and with poetry. A single sequence, Chrome has four parts named for colours: yellow, red, green and blue. Each part includes thirteen or fourteen 12-line poems. more...

  • The Darling Northby Anne Kennedy

    Auckland University Press 2013; US$ 14.57

    In the seven long-ish poems of her new collection, multi-talented writer Anne Kennedy explores past and present, here and there, north and south, earth and paradise, hello and goodbye. In unfolding couplets, ‘The Darling North? engages with a woman?s past, her lover, her new landscapes, exploring the results of yearning and directional possibilities... more...

  • Walking to Africaby Jessica Le Bas

    Auckland University Press 2013; US$ 14.57

    On an ordinary day, in ordinary New Zealand, an ordinary girl becomes extraordinary. Told through her mother?s eyes, Walking to Africa follows the girl?s journey through the strange, new and sometimes frightening world of mental health care. We meet specialists A through F, other kids, friends who want to help, an angel/nurse and the Ghostman – alongside... more...

  • The Time of the Giantsby Anne Kennedy

    Auckland University Press 2013; US$ 14.57

    Time of the Giants is an original, delightful book of poems from the winner of the poetry section in the 2004 Montana Book Awards. This new work, also a sequence, is much less tied to the poet?s own experience. Wonderfully inventive and both disturbing and amusing, it focuses on a family of giants and in particular the daughter and her efforts to... more...

  • The Bells of St Babel'sby Allen Curnow

    Auckland University Press 2013; US$ 14.57

    Remarkable for the astonishing mastery of technique, voice and tone, the poems in The Bells of St Babel?s display Allen Curnow?s wonderful ear for the vernacular and his unerring sense of the absurdity of modish attitudes. more...

  • Valparaisoby Bob Orr

    Auckland University Press 2013; US$ 14.57

    A well-established poet with roots in the ‘Big Smoke? generation of the 1960s and 1970s, Bob Orr publishes rarely and this is his first book for some time. His poems are spare and simple but they have a haunting lyrical quality that few readers (or listeners) can resist. The first section, ‘Mending Nets? and the third and last, ‘I have Seen the Gods... more...

  • All Roads Lead to the Seaby Kapka Kassabova

    Auckland University Press 2013; US$ 14.57

    All Roads Lead to the Sea is a first collection of poetry from a young Bulgarian immigrant poet. Her work had already attracted considerable attention, with a special issue of Poetry New Zealand featuring her poems. Her moody, evocative poems brilliantly convey the rootlessness and restlessness of the immigrant, the mingled sense of loss and wonder... more...

  • The Drummerby Ian Wedde

    Auckland University Press 2013; US$ 14.57

    The Drummer is Ian Wedde's eighth collection and it is plump with exquisite visual images, lost faith in language, revelations of intense beauty and literary allusions (from the Romantics to the New Zealand tradition). This is what the author writes about his collection: 'The word 'transport' seems to me to describe an event anywhere between a bus-trip... more...