Monday

Bookcase 44


Vaka Moana: Voyages of the Ancestors (2007)

Bookcase 44 (Office):
NZ Books
[7 Shelves / 371 books]


1, 2 … = shelf numbers counting downwards
[…] = bound Xerox copy

Shelves:

[1] NZ Literature
[2] NZ Literature (cont.)
[3] NZ Literature (cont.)
[4] Publications (Original)
[5] Publications (Edited)
[6] Publications (Anthologies & Periodicals)
[7] Papers (Miscellaneous)



James Cowan: The New Zealand Wars (1922-23)

Shelf 1:
[NZ Literature]

  1. Adams, John. Briefcase. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2011.

  2. Alexander, Raewyn. Museum of Lost Days. Paekakariki: Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2008.

  3. Baxter, James K. Collected Poems. Ed. J. E. Weir. 1980. Auckland: Oxford University Press, 1995.

  4. Baxter, James K. Jerusalem Daybook. 1971. Wellington: Price Milburn, 1978.

  5. Baxter, James K. Selected Poems. Ed. J. E. Weir. 1982. Auckland: Oxford University Press, 1988.

  6. Millar, Paul, ed. Selected Poems of James K. Baxter. Manchester: Carcanet Press Ltd., 2010 / Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2010.

  7. Hunt, Sam, ed. James K. Baxter: Poems. 2009. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2010.

  8. Bell, Brian. The Brian Bell Reader. Ed. Alan Brunton. Wellington: Bumper Books, 2001.

  9. Broom, Sarah. Tigers at Awhitu. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2010.

  10. Brunton, Alan. Moonshine. Wellington: Bumper Books, 1998.

  11. Butler, Samuel. Erewhon. 1872. Magnum Easy Eye Books. New York: Lancer Books, 1968.

  12. The Note-Books of Samuel Butler. Selections Arranged and Edited by Henry Festing Jones. 1912. Sixth Impression. London: Jonathan Cape, 1921.

  13. Cowan, James. Tales of the Maori Coast. 1930. Facsimile edition. Christchurch: Capper Press, 1976.

  14. Cox, Nigel. Dirty Work. 1987. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2006.

  15. [b] Cox, Nigel. Skylark Lounge. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2000.

  16. Crawford, Jen. Admissions. New Poets Series 7. Woolongong: Five Islands Press, 2000.

  17. Crawford, Jen. Napoleon Swings. Auckland: Soapbox Press, 2009.

  18. Curnow, Allen. Selected Poems 1940-1989. Penguin International Poets. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1990.

  19. [Curnow, Allen. “The Game of Tag (1989-1997).” Early Days Yet: New and Collected Poems 1941-1997. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1997. 1-27.]

  20. Direen, William. The Impossible: Short Stories. Wellington: Alpha Books, 2002.

  21. Direen, William. New Sea Land. Auckland: Titus Books, 2003.

  22. [b] Edmond, Martin. The Resurrection of Philip Clairmont. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1999.

  23. [b] Edmond, Martin. Chronicle of the Unsung. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2004.

  24. [b] Edmond, Martin. Luca Antara: Passages in Search of Australia. Adelaide, South Australia: East Street Publications, 2006.

  25. Edmond, Martin. The Evolution of Mirrors. Rockhampton, Queensland: Otoliths, 2008.

  26. Edmond, Martin. The Big O Revisited. Auckland: Soapbox Press, 2008.

  27. Edmond, Martin. Hynogeography. Dunedin: Kilmog Press, 2010.

  28. [b] Edmond, Murray, & Mary Paul, eds. The New Poets: Initiatives in New Zealand Poetry. Wellington: Allen & Unwin New Zealand and Port Nicholson Press, 1987.

  29. Edwards, Mihi. Mihipeka: Early Years. Auckland: Penguin Books, 1990.

  30. Else, Chris. Dreams of Pythagoras: 10 Stories. Wellington: Voice Press, 1981.

  31. [b] Else, Chris. Why Things Fall. Auckland: Tandem Press, 1982.

  32. Europe: Revue littéraire mensuelle 931-932 (Novembre-Décembre 2006) – Écrivains de Nouvelle-Zélande / François Augiéras.

  33. King, Michael. Wrestling with the Angel: A Life of Janet Frame. Viking. Auckland: Penguin Books (NZ) Ltd., 2000.

  34. Howe, K. R., ed. Vaka Moana: Voyages of the Ancestors. The Discovery and Settlement of the Pacific. Auckland: David Bateman Ltd., 2006.



Shelf 2:
[NZ Literature]

  1. Fairburn, A. R. D. Collected Poems. Foreword by Denis Glover. 1966. Christchurch: Pegasus Press, [n.d.]

  2. Farrell Poole, Fiona. Cutting Out. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1987.

  3. [b] Farrell, Fiona. The Skinny Louie Book. 1992. Auckland: Penguin Books (NZ) Ltd., 2010.

  4. [b] Farrell, Fiona. Six Clever Girls Who Became Famous Women: A Novel. Illustrations by Anna Crichton. Auckland: Penguin Books (NZ) Ltd., 1996.

  5. Farrell, Fiona. The Inhabited Initial. Drawings by Ann Culy. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1999.

  6. [b] Farrell, Fiona. The Hopeful Traveller. A Vintage Book. Auckland: Random House New Zealand, 2002.

  7. [b] Farrell, Fiona. Book Book. A Vintage Book. Auckland: Random House New Zealand, 2004.

  8. Farrell, Fiona. The Pop-Up Book of Invasions. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2007.

  9. [b] Farrell, Fiona. Mr Allbones’ Ferrets: An Historical Pastoral Satirical Scientifical Romance, with Mustelids. A Vintage Book. Auckland: Random House New Zealand, 2007.

  10. [b] Farrell, Fiona. Limestone. A Vintage Book. Auckland: Random House New Zealand, 2009.

  11. Fearnley, Laurence. The Hut Builder. A Penguin Original. Auckland: Penguin Group (NZ), 2010.

  12. Finlayson, Roderick. Brown Man’s Burden and Later Stories. 1938. Ed.. Bill Pearson. New Zealand Fiction. Ed. Bill Pearson. Auckland: Auckland University Press & Oxford University Press, 1973.

  13. Finlayson, Roderick. Tidal Creek. 1948. Ed.. Denis McEldowney. New Zealand Fiction. Ed. Bill Pearson. Auckland: Auckland University Press & Oxford University Press, 1979.

  14. Frame, Janet. Prizes: Selected Short Stories. The Janet Frame Collection. Introduction by Ian Richards. A Vintage Book. Auckland: Random House New Zealand, 2009.

  15. Frame, Janet. Owls Do Cry. 1957. Melbourne: Sun Books, 1976.

  16. Frame, Janet. Faces in the Water. 1961. New York: Avon Books, 1971.

  17. Frame, Janet. The Edge of the Alphabet: A Novel. 1962. New York: George Braziller, 1991.

  18. Frame, Janet. Mona Minim and the Smell of the Sun. 1969. Vintage New Zealand. Auckland: Random Century New Zealand Ltd., 1992.

  19. Frame, Janet. To the Is-land – An Autobiography: Volume One. 1982. Auckland & London: Hutchinson Group & The Women’s Press, 1984.

  20. Frame, Janet. An Angel at My Table – An Autobiography: Volume Two. 1984. Auckland: Century Hutchinson, 1987.

  21. Frame, Janet. The Envoy from Mirror City – An Autobiography: Volume Three. Auckland: Hutchinson of New Zealand, 1985.

  22. Gee, Maurice. The Halfmen of O. 1982. Harmondsworth: Puffin, 1984.

  23. Gee, Maurice. The Priests of Ferris. 1984. Harmondsworth: Puffin, 1987.

  24. Gee, Maurice. Motherstone. 1985. Harmondsworth: Puffin, 1988.

  25. [b] Gentry, Kynan, & Gavin McLean, ed. Heartlands: New Zealand Historians Write about Places Where History Happened. Auckland: Penguin, 2006.

  26. [b] Gilderdale, Betty. A Sea Change: 145 Years of New Zealand Junior Fiction. Auckland: Longman Paul., 1982.

  27. Gillespie, O. N., ed. New Zealand Short Stories. London: J. M. Dent, 1930.

  28. Going West Books & Writers Festival Guide 2010: Right Word, Right Place, Right Time. (x 2)

  29. Grace, Patricia. Waiariki. Pacific Paperbacks. Auckland: Longman Paul, 1975.

  30. Grey, Sir George. Polynesian Mythology & Ancient Traditional History of the New Zealanders as Furnished by Their Priests and Chiefs. 1854-55. The New Universal Library. London: George Routledge & Sons, Limited, n.d.
  31. Taylor, Nancy M., ed. The Journal of Ensign Best, 1837-1843. A Turnbull Library Monograph. Wellington: R. E. Owen, Government Printer, 1966.

  32. Green, Paula, & Harry Ricketts. 99 Ways into New Zealand Poetry. A Vintage Book. Auckland: Random House New Zealand, 2010.

  33. Robinson, Roger, & Nelson Wattie, ed. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature. Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1998.

  34. Smith, Angela. I Love Myself. Auckland: Benefitz DMA Ltd., 2007.

  35. Stead, C. K. Collected Poems 1951-2006. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2008.

  36. Sturm, Terry, ed. The Oxford History of New Zealand Literature in English. Auckland: Oxford University Press, 1991.




Roger Robinson and Nelson Wattie, ed.: The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature (1998)

Shelf 3:
[NZ Literature] (cont.)

  1. Grey, Zane. Tales of the Angler's Eldorado: New Zealand. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1926. A Facsimile Edition Printed and Published by Wilson & Horton Ltd., Queen Street, Auckland, New Zealand, n.d.

  2. [b] Gustafson, Barry. His Way: A Biography of Robert Muldoon. 2000. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2001.

  3. [b] Hager, Nicky. The Hollow Men: A Study in the Politics of Deception. Foreword by Marilyn Waring. Nelson: Craig Potton Publishing, 2006.

  4. Hamilton, Scott. To the Moon, in Seven Easy Steps. Auckland: Titus Books, 2007.

  5. Hamilton, Scott. Feeding the Gods. Photos by Kendrick Smithyman. Auckland: Titus Books, 2011.

  6. Harlow, Michael. TEXTS / Identities. Hawkeye 3 (January 1978). Eastbourne: Hawk Press, 1978.

  7. Harlow, Michael. Nothing but Switzerland and Lemonade. Eastbourne: Hawk Press, 1980.

  8. Harlow, Michael. Today is the Piano’s Birthday. Auckland: Auckland University Press & Oxford University Press, 1981.

  9. Harlow, Michael. Vlaminck’s Tie. Auckland: Auckland University Press & Oxford University Press, 1985.

  10. Harlow, Michael. Giotto’s Elephant. Dunedin: John McIndoe, 1991.

  11. Harlow, Michael. Cassandra’s Daughter. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2005.

  12. Harlow, Michael. The Tram Conductor’s Blue Cap. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2009.

  13. Harrison, Dreu. dreaming of flight. Auckland: Pohutukawa Press, 2002.

  14. Harvey, Siobhan, ed. Words Chosen Carefully: New Zealand Writers in Discussion. Photography by Liz March. Auckland: Cape Catley Ltd., 2010.

  15. Hilliard, Chris. The Bookmen’s Dominion: Cultural Life in New Zealand 1920-1950. AUP Studies in Cultural and Social History, 3. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2006.

  16. Hogan, Helen M., ed. Nowhere Far from the Sea: An Anthology of New Zealand Poems for Secondary School Students. Christchurch: Whitcombe & Tombs, Ltd., 1971.

  17. Holcroft, M. H. The Waiting Hills. Wellington: The Progressive Publishing Society, 1943.

  18. Hood, Lynley. A City Possessed: The Christchurch Civic Creche Case. Dunedin: Longacre Press, 2001.

  19. Horrocks, Dylan. Hicksville: A Comic Book. 1998. Montreal: Drawn & Quarterly, 2001.

  20. [Horrocks, Dylan. Introduction to the New Edition. Hicksville: A Comic Book. 1998. Montreal: Drawn & Quarterly Publications, 2010. i-xiii.]

  21. Horrocks, Dylan, & Richard Case. The Names of Magic. 2001. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 2002.

  22. Horrocks, Ingrid. Travelling with Augusta: Preston – Gorizia – Venice – Masterton, 1835 & 1899. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2003.

  23. Howard, David. Holding Company. Christchurch: Nag’s Head Press, 1995.

  24. Howe, K. R. The Quest for Origins: Who First Discovered and Settled New Zealand and the Pacific Islands? Auckland: Penguin, 2003.

  25. Hunt, Sam. From Bottle Creek. Wellington: Alister Taylor Ltd., 1972.

  26. Hunt, Sam. Collected Poems 1963-80. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1980.

  27. Hunt, Sam. Chords & Other Poems. Nelson: Craig Potton Publishing, 2011.

  28. Hyde, Robin. Young Knowledge: The Poems of Robin Hyde. Ed. Michele Leggott. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2003.

  29. Hyde, Robin. Wednesday’s Children. 1937. Ed. Susan Ash. 1989. Dunedin: University of Otago Press, 1993.

  30. Hyde, Robin. The Godwits Fly. 1938. Ed. Gloria Rawlinson. 1970. New Zealand Fiction. Ed. Bill Pearson. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1974.

  31. Hyde, Robin. Dragon Rampant. 1939. Introduction by Derek Challis. Critical Note by Linda Hardy. New Women’s Classics. Auckland: New Women’s Press, 1984.

  32. [b] Challis, Derek & Gloria Rawlinson. The Book of Iris: A Life of Robin Hyde. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2002.

  33. Ireland, Kevin. The Year of the Comet: 26 1986 Sonnets. Auckland: Islands, 1986.

  34. [b] Ireland, Kevin. The Craymore Affair: A Novel. A Vintage Book. Auckland: Random House New Zealand, 2000.

  35. Ireland, Kevin. Mr Sargeson at Home. Occasional Paper 4. Hamilton: The University Of Waikato, 2005.

  36. [b] Ireland, Kevin. Table Talk: New Poems. Auckland: Cape Catley, 2009.

  37. Jackson, MacDonald P., & Vincent O'Sullivan, ed. The Oxford Anthology of New Zealand Writing Since 1945. Auckland: Oxford University Press, 1983.

  38. Jackson, Michael. Rainshadow: A Novel. Dunedin: John McIndoe, 1988.

  39. Jackson, Michael. Pieces of Music. 1994. Auckland: Vintage New Zealand, 1995.

  40. Jackson, Michael. Duty Free: Selected Poems 1965-1988. Dunedin: John McIndoe, 1989.

  41. Jackson, Michael. Antipodes. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1996.

  42. [b] Jackson, Michael. The Accidental Anthropologist: A Memoir. Dunedin: Longacre Press, 2006.

  43. Jackson, Michael. Dead Reckoning. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2006.

  44. Jagose, Annamarie. Lulu: A Romance. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 1998.

  45. Jensen, Kai. Whole Men: The Masculine Tradition in New Zealand Literature. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1996.

  46. Jones, Lawrence. Picking up the Traces: The Making of a New Zealand Literary Culture 1932-1945. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2003.

  47. Jones, Lloyd. Gilmore's Dairy. Auckland: Hodder & Stoughton Ltd., 1985.

  48. [b] Jones, Lloyd. Swimming to Australia and Other Stories. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 1991.

  49. [b] Jones, Lloyd. Biografi: An Albanian Quest. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 1993.

  50. Jones, Lloyd. This House has Three Walls. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 1997.

  51. [b] Jones, Lloyd. Mr Pip. Auckland: Penguin, 2006.

  52. Jordan, Jan. Working Girls: Women in the New Zealand Sex Industry Talk to . Auckland: Penguin, 1991.

  53. Sturm, Jennifer, ed. Anna Kavan’s New Zealand: A Pacifc Interlude in a Turbulent Life. A Vintage Book. Auckland: Random House, 2009.

  54. Kavan, Anna. Ice. 1967. Introduction by Brian Aldiss. London: Picador, 1973.

  55. Kavka, Misha, Jennifer Lawn, & Mary Paul, ed. Gothic NZ: The Darker Side of Kiwi Culture. Dunedin: Otago University Press, 2006.

  56. Keith, Sheridan. Shallow are the Smiles at the Supermarket. Auckland: New Women's Press Ltd., 1991.

  57. Kidman, Fiona. The Book of Secrets. 1987. Picador. A Pan/ Heinemann Book. Auckland: Pan Books (New Zealand) Ltd., in association with Heinemann Publishers (NZ) Ltd., 1988.

  58. Knox, Elizabeth. After Z-Hour. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 1987.

  59. [b] Knox, Elizabeth. The Vintner’s Luck: A Novel. 1998. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 1999.

  60. [b] Knox, Elizabeth. Black Oxen. London: Chatto & Windus, 2001.

  61. Lancaster, G. B. Pageant. 1933. Ringwood, Victoria: Penguin Books Australia, 1985.

  62. [b] Brasch, Charles, ed. Landfall Country: Work from Landfall, 1947-61. Christchurch: The Caxton Press, 1962.

  63. [b] Landfall: A New Zealand Quarterly 87 (September 1968). Ed. Robin Dudding. Christchurch: The Caxton Press, 1968.

  64. [b] Landfall: A New Zealand Quarterly 88 (December 1968). Ed. Robin Dudding. Christchurch: The Caxton Press, 1968.

  65. [b] Landfall: A New Zealand Quarterly 89 (March 1969). Ed. Robin Dudding. Christchurch: The Caxton Press, 1969.

  66. [b] Landfall: A New Zealand Quarterly 90 (June 1969). Ed. Robin Dudding. Christchurch: The Caxton Press, 1969.

  67. [b] Landfall: A New Zealand Quarterly 91 (September 1969). Ed. Robin Dudding. Christchurch: The Caxton Press, 1969.

  68. [b] Landfall: A New Zealand Quarterly 92 (December 1969). Ed. Robin Dudding. Christchurch: The Caxton Press, 1969.

  69. [b] Landfall: A New Zealand Quarterly 102 (June 1972). Ed. Leo Bensemann. Christchurch: The Caxton Press, 1972.

  70. [b] Landfall: A New Zealand Quarterly 104 (December 1972). Ed. Leo Bensemann. Christchurch: The Caxton Press, 1972.

  71. [b] Landfall: A New Zealand Quarterly 105 (March 1973). Ed. Leo Bensemann. Christchurch: The Caxton Press, 1973.

  72. [b] Landfall: A New Zealand Quarterly 135 (September 1980). Ed. Peter Smart. Christchurch: The Caxton Press, 1980.

  73. Lay, Graeme. The Town on the Edge of the World: New and Selected Stories. Auckland: Tandem Press, 2002.

  74. Leggott, Michele. as far as I can see. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1999.

  75. Leggott, Michele. Milk & Honey. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2005.

  76. Leggott, Michele. Mirabile Dictu. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2009.

  77. Leggott, Michele. Northland. Auckland: Pania Press, 2010.

  78. [b] Lindsay, Graham. Thousand-eyed Eel: A Sequence of Poems from the Maori Land March 1975. Taylors Mistake: Hawk Press, 1976.

  79. [b] Lindsay, Graham. Public. Dunedin: Ridge-Pole, 1980.

  80. [b] Lindsay, Graham. Big Boy. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1986.

  81. Lindsay, Graham. Return to Earth. Graphics by Bryan Harold. Hazard Poets. Christchurch: Hazard Press, 1991.

  82. [b] Lindsay, Graham. The Subject. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1994.

  83. [b] Lindsay, Graham. Legend of the Cool Secret. Christchurch: Sudden Valley Press, 1999.

  84. [b] Lindsay, Graham. Lazy Wind Poems. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2003.

  85. Lloyd, Bronwyn. Nine Stories. In Far Far Away; Romance, Anxiety and the Uncertainty of Place. Curated by Karl Chitham. Rawene: Hokianga Art Gallery, 2009.

  86. Lonely Planet New Zealand. 1977. Ed. Carolyn Bain, George Dunford, Korina Miller, Sally O’Brien & Charles Rawlings-Way. Footscray, Victoria: Lonely Planet Publications Pty Ltd, 2006.

  87. Lonie, Iain. Letters from Ephesus: poems. University of Otago: The Bibliography Room, 1970.

  88. Lonie, Iain. The Entrance to Purgatory. Dunedin: John McIndoe Limited, 1986.

  89. McLeod, Marion & Bill Manhire, eds. Some Other Country: New Zealand’s Best Short Stories. 1984. Wellington: Unwin Paperbacks / Port Nicholson Press, 1986.

  90. McNeish, James. Mackenzie: A Novel. 1970. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1974.

  91. [b] McQueen, Cilla. Axis: Poems and Drawings. Dunedin: Otago University Press, 2001.

  92. [b] McQueen, Cilla. Soundings: Poems and Drawings. Dunedin: Otago University Press, 2002.

  93. McQueen, Cilla. The Radio Room. Dunedin: Otago University Press, 2010.

  94. [b] McQueen, Harvey, & Lois Cox, eds. Ten Modern New Zealand Poets. Auckland: Longman Paul, 1974.

  95. [b] Mander, Jane. The Story of a New Zealand River. 1920. Auckland: Vintage, 2001.

  96. [b] Manhire, Bill. Mutes & Earthquakes: Bill Manhire’s Creative Writing Course at Victoria. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 1997.

  97. [b] Manhire, Bill, ed. 121 New Zealand Poems. 1993. A Godwit Book. Auckland: Random House New Zealand, 2005.

  98. Manhire, Bill, ed. The Wide White Page: Writers Imagine Antarctica. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2004.

  99. [b] Maning, F. E (A Pakeha Maori). Old New Zealand: A Tale of the Good Old Times & A History of the War in the North told by an old Chief of the Ngapuhi Tribe. 1887. New Zealand Classics. Auckland: Golden Press, 1973.

  100. Mann, Phillip. A Land Fit for Heroes. Vol 1: Escape to the Wild Wood. 1993. London: VGSF, 1994.

  101. Mansfield, Katherine. The Collected Short Stories. 1945. Penguin Modern Classics. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1985.

  102. Marshall, Owen. The Best of Owen Marshall’s Short Stories. 1997. Auckland: Vintage, 2002.

  103. Marshall, Owen. Living as a Moon. A Vintage Book. Auckland: Randopm House New Zealand, 2009.

  104. Marshall, Theresia Liemlienio. The Pohutukawa-Beringin Tree. Panmure, Auckland: The Griffin Press, 1993.

  105. Marshall, Theresia Liemlienio. From the Pohutukawa This Poem is for You. Panmure, Auckland: The Griffin Press, 1995.

  106. [b] Mason, Bruce. The End of the Golden Weather: A Voyage into a New Zealand Childhood. Wellington: Price Milburn, 1962.

  107. [b] Mason, Bruce. The Pohutukawa Tree: A Play in three Acts. Wellington: Price Milburn, 1963.

  108. Mason, Bruce. Awatea: A Play in three Acts. 1969. New Zealand Playscripts. Wellington: Price Milburn & Victoria University Press, 1978.

  109. [b] Mason, Bruce. Solo: the End of the Golden Weather; To Russia, with Love; Not Christmas, but Guy Fawkes; Courting Blackbird. 1962, 1965 & 1976. Wellington: Price Milburn / Victoria University Press, 1981.


[Gothic NZ (2006)]

Shelf 4:
[Publications (Original)]

  1. Medary, M. B. The Uroborus Quintet. Dunedin: Otago University Print, 2001.

  2. Meros, Richard. On the conditions and possibilities of Helen Clark taking me as her Young Lover. 2005. Wellington: Lawrence & Gibson, 2008.

  3. Edmond, Martin, & Nigel Roberts, ed. Steal Away Boy: Selected Poems of David Mitchell. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2010.

  4. [b] Monin, Lydia. From the Writer’s Notebook: Around New Zealand with 80 Authors. Auckland: Reed, 2006.

  5. [b] Monin, Paul. This is My Place: Hauraki Contested, 1769-1875. Wellington: Bridget Williams Books, 2001.

  6. Morrissey, Michael. Paradise to Come. Auckland: Flamingo, 1997.

  7. [b] Mulgan, Alan, & Walter Murdoch, ed. A Book of Australian and New Zealand Verse. 1918. Oxford Standard Authors. London: Oxford University Press, 1950.

  8. Murray, Stuart. Never a Soul at Home: New Zealand Literary Nationalism and the 1930s. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 1998.

  9. Neale, Emma. How to Make a Million: Poetry. A Godwit Book. Auckland: Random House New Zealand, 2002.

  10. [b] Neale, Emma. Relative Strangers. Auckland: Vintage, 2006.

  11. New Authors Limited. New Authors Short Story One: Diana Athill, Maurice Duggan, Maurice Gee, C. K. Stead. London: Hutchinson & Co. (Publishers) Ltd., 1961.

  12. [b] Newton, John. The Double Rainbow: James K. Baxter, Ngāti Hau and the Jerusalem Commune. 2009. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2010.

  13. Newton, John. Lives of the Poets. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2010.

  14. [b] Norcliffe, James. Under the Rotunda. Christchurch: Hazard Press, 1992.

  15. Norcliffe, James. Villon in Millerton. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2007.

  16. [b] O’Brien, Gregory. After Bathing at Baxter’s: Essays and Notebooks. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2002.

  17. Smither, Elizabeth. Gorilla / Guerilla. Illustrated by Gregory O’Brien. Auckland: Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 1986.

  18. Oliver, Stephen. Letter to james K. Baxter. Auckland: Horizontal Press, 1980.

  19. Oliver, Stephen. Either Side the Horizon. Auckland: Titus Books, 2005.

  20. Orange, Claudia. The Treaty of Waitangi. Wellington: Allen & Unwin & Port Nicholson Press, 1987.

  21. Orsman, Harry, & & Jan Moore, ed. Heinemann Dictionary of New Zealand Quotations. Auckland: Heinemann, 1988.

  22. O’Sullivan, Vincent, ed. An Anthology of Twentieth Century New Zealand Poetry. 1970. Second Edition. Wellington: Oxford University Press, 1976.

  23. [b] Paterson, Alistair, ed. 15 Contemporary New Zealand Poets. Dunedin: Pilgrims South Press, 1980.

  24. Paterson, Alistair. The New Poetry: Considerations Towards Open Form. Dunedin: Pilgrims South Press, 1981.

  25. [b] Paterson, Alistair. How to Be a Millionaire by Next Wednesday: A Novel. Auckland: David Ling, 1994.

  26. Paul, Mary. Her Side of the Story: Readings of Mander, Mansfield , & Hyde. Dunedin: University of Otago Press, 1999.

  27. [b] Edmond-Paul, Mary, ed. Lighted Windows: Critical Essays on Robin Hyde. Dunedin: Otago University Press, 2008.

  28. Pirie, Mark, ed. Rail Poems of New Zealand Aotearoa: An Anthology. PANZA. Wellington: Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa / Paekakariki: Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2010.

  29. [b] Quinn, Richard. Samuel Marsden: Altar Ego. Wellington: Dummore Publishing Ltd., 2008.

  30. Randall, Charlotte. The Curative. Auckland: Penguin, 2000.

  31. Randall, Charlotte. Within the Kiss. Auckland: Penguin, 2002.

  32. Reeves, William Pember. The Long White Cloud. 1898. New Zealand Classics. Auckland: Golden Press, 1980.

  33. Reid, J. C. Creative Writing in New Zealand: A Brief Critical History. Auckland: Whitcombe and Tombs Ltd., 1946.

  34. Richards, Mark. Liberation Ode and Other Poems 1973-76. Auckland: The Pelorus Press Ltd., 1976.

  35. Richards, Mark. A Burnt Child: Collected Plays (1960-85). Auckland: Hudson-Cresset, 1989.

  36. Richards, Mark. Collected Poems II: 1985-2008. Wellington: Steele Roberts Publishers, 2009.

  37. Ricketts, Harry. Talking about Ourselves: Twelve New Zealand Poets in Conversation with Harry Ricketts. Wellington: Mallinson Rendell, 1986.

  38. Samuels, Lisa. Tomorrowland. Exeter: Shearsman Books, 2009.

  39. [b] Sargeson, Frank. I Saw in My Dream. 1949. Ed. H. Winston Rhodes. New Zealand Fiction. Ed. Bill Pearson. Auckland: Auckland University Press & Oxford University Press, 1974.

  40. Sargeson, Frank. Collected Stories: 1935-1963. 1964. Introduction by Bill Pearson. Prefatory Note by E. M. Forster. Auckland: Blackwood & Janet Paul, 1966.

  41. [b] Sargeson, Frank. The Stories of Frank Sargeson. 1964. Rev. ed. 1973. Auckland: Penguin Books, 1988.

  42. Sargeson, Frank. Memoirs of a Peon. 1965. The Godwit Collection 4. Auckland: Godwit, 1994.

  43. [b] Sargeson, Frank. Man of England Now. Christchurch: Caxton Press, 1972.

  44. Satchell, William. The Land of the Lost. 1902. Ed. Kendrick Smithyman. New Zealand Fiction. Ed. J. C. Reid. Auckland: Auckland University Press & Oxford University Press, 1971.

  45. Shaw, Tina, ed. A Passion for Travel: New Zealand Writers and their Adventures Overseas. Auckland: Tandem Press, 1998.

  46. Shuker, Carl. The Method Actors: A Novel. Shoemaker & Hoard. Washington DC: Avalon Publishing Group, Inc., 2005.

  47. [b] Smithyman, Kendrick. The Blind Mountain and Other Poems. Christchurch: Caxton Press, 1950.

  48. [b] Smithyman, Kendrick. Inheritance. Hamilton & Auckland: Paul’s Book Arcade, 1962.

  49. [b] Smithyman, Kendrick. Flying to Palmerston. Christchurch: Auckland University & Oxford University Press, 1968.

  50. [b] Smithyman, Kendrick. Earthquake Weather. Auckland: Auckland University Press & Oxford University Press, 1972.

  51. [b] Smithyman, Kendrick. The Seal in the Dolphin Pool. Auckland: Auckland University Press & Oxford University Press, 1974.

  52. [b] Smithyman, Kendrick. Dwarf with a Billiard Cue. Auckland: Auckland University Press & Oxford University Press, 1978.

  53. [b] Smithyman, Kendrick. Stories About Wooden Keyboards. Auckland: Auckland University Press & Oxford University Press, 1985.

  54. [b] Smithyman, Kendrick. Are You Going to the Pictures? Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1987.

  55. [b] Smithyman, Kendrick. Selected Poems. Edited by Peter Simpson. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1989.

  56. [b] Smithyman, Kendrick. Auto/Biographies. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1992.

  57. [b] Smithyman, Kendrick. Atua Wera. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1997.

  58. [b] Smithyman, Kendrick. Imperial Vistas Family Fictions. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2002.

  59. [b] Smithyman, Kendrick. Last Poems. Ed. Peter Simpson. Auckland: Holloway Press, 2002.

  60. [b] Smithyman, Kendrick. Private Bestiary: Selected Unpublished Poems, 1944-1993. Edited by Scott Hamilton. Auckland: Titus Books, 2010.

  61. Smithyman, Kendrick. A Way of Saying: A Study of New Zealand Poetry. Auckland & London: Collins, 1965.

  62. Sonzogni, Marco, ed. Second Violins: New Stories Inspired by Katherine Mansfield. A Vintage Book. Auckland: Random House New Zealand, 2008.

  63. Stead, C. K. All Visitors Ashore. 1984. London: Harvill Press / Auckland: Collins, 1984.

  64. Steven, Michael. Homage to Robert Creeley. Auckland: Soapbox Press, 2007.

  65. [b] Steven, Michael. Bartering Lines. Dunedin: Kilmog Press, 2009.

  66. Stevens, Joan. The New Zealand Novel: 1860-1960. 1961. Wellington & Auckland: A. H. & A. W. Reed, 1963.

  67. Stewart, Adela. My Simple Life in New Zealand. 1908. Facsimile Edition. Auckland: Wilson & Horton, Ltd., n.d

  68. Stewart, Olwyn. Curriculum Vitae. Auckland: Titus Books, 2005.

  69. Strickson-Pua, Rev. Mua. Matua: Parent. Auckland: The Pohutukawa Press, 2006.

  70. Sturm, Terry, ed. The Oxford History of New Zealand Literature in English. Auckland: Oxford University Press, 1991.

  71. [b] Summers, John. Dreamscape 1. Pisces Print. Christchurch: The Griffin Press, 1991.

  72. [b] Summers, John. Dreamscape 2. Pisces Print. Christchurch: The Griffin Press, 1993.

  73. [b] Summers, John. O Darkly Bright. Pisces Print. Christchurch: The Griffin Press, 1987.

  74. Summers, John. Canticles of Capricorn. Pisces Print. Christchurch: The Griffin Press, 1989.

  75. [b] Thomson, John. New Zealand Drama 1930-1980: An Illustrated History. Auckland: Oxford University Press, 1984.

  76. Tuwhare, Hone. Small Holes in the Silence: Collected Works. Ed. Janet Hunt & Rob Tuwhare. Translations by Herewini Muru, Waihoroi Shortland & Patu Hohepa. A Godwit Book. Auckland: Random House New Zealand, 2011.

  77. von Sturmer, Richard. We Xerox Your Zebras. Auckland: Modern House, 1988.

  78. Rubble Emits Light: "Both Sides of Street" (essay by Gabriel White) / "Tanka Film Verses" (by Richard von Sturmer). Exhibition 15 July-13 August, 2010. Auckland: The Film Archive, 2009.

  79. Waring, Marilyn. Three Masquerades: Essays on Equality, Work and Hu(man) Rights. Auckland: Auckland University Press with Bridget William Books / St. Leonard's, NSW: Allen & Unwin, 1996.

  80. Wedde, Ian. Earthly: Sonnets for Carlos. Cover by Joanna Paul. Akaroa: Amphedesma Press, 1975.

  81. Wedde, Ian. Spells for Coming Out. Drawings by Joanna Paul. Auckland: Auckland University Press & Oxford University Press, 1977.

  82. Wedde, Ian. Castaly: Poems 1974-1977. Drawings by Jeffrey Harris. Auckland: Auckland University Press & Oxford University Press, 1980.

  83. Wedde, Ian. The Shirt Factory and Other Stories. Wellington: Victoria University Press & Price Milburn, 1981.

  84. Wedde, Ian. Georgicon. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 1984.

  85. Wedde, Ian. Tales of Gotham City. Auckland: Auckland University Press & Oxford University Press, 1984.

  86. Wedde, Ian. Symmes Hole. Auckland: Penguin, 1986.

  87. Wedde, Ian. Selected Poems: Driving into the Storm. Auckland: Oxford University Press, 1987.

  88. Wedde, Ian. Survival Arts. London: Faber, 1988.

  89. Wedde, Ian. The Drummer. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1993.

  90. Wedde, Ian. How to be Nowhere: Essays and Texts 1971-1994. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 1995.

  91. Wedde, Ian. The Commonplace Odes. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2001.

  92. Wedde, Ian. Making Ends Meet: Essays and Talks 1992-2004. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2005.

  93. Wedde, Ian. Three Regrets and a Hymn to Beauty: New Poems. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2005.

  94. Wedde, Ian. The Viewing Platform. Auckland: Penguin, 2006.

  95. Wedde, Ian. Chinese Opera. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2008.

  96. Wedde, Ian. Good Business: New Poems 2005-2008. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2009.

  97. Wedde, Ian, & Harvey McQueen, ed. The Penguin Book of New Zealand Verse. 1985. Auckland: Penguin, 1987.

  98. [b] Wedde, Ian, Miriama Evans & Harvey McQueen, ed. The Penguin Book of Contemporary New Zealand Poetry: Ngā Kupu Tītohu o Aotearoa. 1985. Auckland: Penguin, 1989.

  99. Wendt, Albert, Reina Whaitiri & Robert Sullivan, eds. Whetu Moana: Contemporary Polynesian Poems in English. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1995.

  100. Wevers, Lydia, ed. Yellow Pencils: Contemporary Poetry by New Zealand Women. Auckland: Oxford University Press, 1988.

  101. [b] Wevers, Lydia. Country of Writing: Travel Writing and New Zealand 1809-1900. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2002.

  102. Williams, Mark. Leaving the Highway: Six Contemporary New Zealand Novelists. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1990.

  103. Williams, Mark, ed. The Source of the Song: New Zealand Writers on Catholicism. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 1995.

  104. Williams, Mark, & Michele Leggott, eds. Opening the Book: New Essays on New Zealand Writing. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1995.

  105. Wolfe, Richard. Moa: The Dramatic Story of the Discovery of a Giant Bird. Auckland: Penguin, 2003.

  106. [b] Woodhouse, A. E., ed. New Zealand Farm & Station Verse, 1850-1950. Introduction by L. J. Wild. 1950. Christchurch: Whitcombe & Tombs Limited, 1968.

  107. Young, Mark. Lunch Poems. Auckland: Soapbox Press, 2008.


[Jennifer Little: Jack Ross (2006)

Shelf 5:
[Publications (Edited)]

  1. Ross, Jack. Killing Time. Auckland: Perdrix Press, 1997. (x 2)

  2. Ross, Jack. City of Strange Brunettes: Poems. Auckland: Pohutukawa Press, 1998. (x 4)

  3. Ross, Jack, Alison Denham, Robin McConnell, Theresia Liemlienio Marshall, Jade Reidy & Apirana Taylor. When the Sea Goes Mad at Night (anthology). Ed. Theresia Liemlienio Marshall. Auckland: Christian Gray New Zealand, 1999-2000. (x 4)

  4. Ross, Jack & Gabriel White. The Perfect Storm. Auckland: Perdrix Press, 2000. (x 4)

  5. Ross, Jack. Nights with Giordano Bruno. A Novel. Wellington: Bumper Books, 2000. (x 4)

  6. Ross, Jack. Chantal’s Book. Wellington: HeadworX, 2002. (x 4)

  7. Ross, Jack. Monkey Miss her Now. Auckland: Danger Publishing, 2004. (x 4)

  8. Ross, Jack. A Bus Called Mr Nice Guy. Auckland: Perdrix Press, 2005. (x 2)

  9. Ross, Jack. Trouble in Mind. Titus Novella Series. Auckland: Titus Books, 2005.

  10. Ross, Jack. The Imaginary Museum of Atlantis. 1st Impression. Auckland: Titus Books, 2006.

  11. Ross, Jack. The Imaginary Museum of Atlantis. 2nd Impression. Auckland: Titus Books, 2006. (x 5)

  12. Ross, Jack. To Terezín. Afterword by Martin Edmond. Social and Cultural Studies, 8. Massey Albany: School of Social and Cultural Studies, 2007. (x 4)

  13. Ross, Jack. Papyri: Love Poems & Fragments from Sappho & Elsewhere. Auckland: Soapbox Press, 2007. (x 5)

  14. Ross, Jack. EMO. A Novel. Auckland: Titus Books, 2008. (x 5)

  15. Ross, Jack. The Return of the Vanishing New Zealander. Dunedin: Kilmog Press, 2009. (x 5)

  16. Ross, Jack. Kingdom of Alt. Auckland: Titus Books, 2010. (x 5)

  17. Ross, Jack, & William T. Ayton. Scenes from The Puppet Oresteia. Rhinebeck, NY: Narcissus Press / Auckland: Perdrix Press, 2011.

  18. [Ross, Jack. The Early Novels of John Masefield, 1908-1911 (University of Auckland: MA Thesis, 1985-6).]

  19. [Ross, Jack. An Elusive Identity: Versions of South America in English Literature from Aphra Behn to the Present Day (University of Edinburgh: PhD Thesis, 1986-1990).]


[Alistair Paterson, ed. Poetry NZ 22 (2001)]

Shelf 6:
[Publications (Anthologies & Periodicals)]

  1. Ross, Jack, ed. [your name here]: Life Writing. 1st Impression. Massey University, Albany: School of Social and Cultural Studies, 2003. (x 3)

  2. Ross, Jack, ed. [your name here]: Life Writing. 2nd Impression. Massey University, Albany: School of Social and Cultural Studies, 2003. (x 2)

  3. Ross, Jack, ed. Where Will Massey Take You? Life Writing 2. Massey University, Albany: School of Social and Cultural Studies, 2005. (x 4)

  4. Lee, Kathryn & Jack Ross, ed. Home & Away: Life Writing 3. Massey University, Albany: School of Social and Cultural Studies, 2008. (x 4)

  5. Smithyman, Kendrick. Campana to Montale: Versions from Italian. Ed. Jack Ross. Auckland: The Writers Group, 2004. (x 5)

  6. Ross, Jack & Graeme Lay, ed. Golden Weather: North Shore Writers Past & Present. Auckland: Cape Catley, 2004. (x 5)

  7. Shaw, Tina & Jack Ross, ed. Myth of the 21st Century: An Anthology of New Fiction. Auckland: Reed, 2006. (x 5)

  8. Ross, Jack, ed. Classic New Zealand Poets in Performance. Poems Selected by Jack Ross & Jan Kemp. 1st Impression. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2006. (x 3)

  9. Ross, Jack, ed. Classic New Zealand Poets in Performance. Poems Selected by Jack Ross & Jan Kemp. 2nd Impression. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2006. (x 3)

  10. Ross, Jack & Jan Kemp, ed. Contemporary New Zealand Poets in Performance. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2007. (x 6)

  11. Ross, Jack, ed. New New Zealand Poets in Performance. Poems Selected by Jack Ross & Jan Kemp. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2008. (x 6)

  12. Lloyd, Bronwyn & Jack Ross, ed. Orange Roughy: Stories & Poems for Tazey. Auckland: Pania Press, February 2008. (x 4)

  13. McCormick, Rowan. Writers of Passage. Ed. Jack Ross. Introduction by Mary Paul. Afterword by Eleanor Rimoldi. Social and Cultural Studies, 9. Massey Albany: School of Social and Cultural Studies, 2008. (x 4)

  14. Ross, Jack, & Grant Duncan, ed. 11 Views of Auckland. Preface by Jack Ross. Social and Cultural Studies, 10. Massey Albany: School of Social and Cultural Studies, 2010. (x 2).

  15. Smithyman, Kendrick. Campana to Montale: Versions from Italian. 2004. Ed. Jack Ross & Marco Sonzogni. Transference Series. Novi Ligure: Edizioni Joker, 2010. (x 4)

  16. Kyle, Leicester. Koroneho: Joyful News Out Of The New Found World. Ed. Jack Ross. Preface by Ian St George. Auckland: The Leicester Kyle Literary Estate / Wellington: The Colenso Society, 2011. (x 5)


[Jack Ross, ed. Poetry NZ 38 (2009)]

Shelf 7:
[Papers (Miscellaneous)]

  1. Bagby, Stu, ed. A Good Handful: Great New Zealand Poems about Sex. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2008.

  2. Hamilton, Scott, ed. brief 33: exile and home (March 2006). Auckland: The Writers Group, 2006.

  3. Hamilton, Scott, ed. brief 34: war (February 2007). Auckland: The Writers Group, 2007.

  4. Cross, Brett, ed. brief 35: A brief world order (September 2007). Auckland: The Writers Group, 2007.

  5. Cross, Brett & Bill Direen, ed. brief 36: The NZ Music Issue (September 2008). Auckland: The Writers Group, 2008.

  6. Arnold, Michael, ed. brief 37: the exotic (April 2009). Auckland: The Writers Group, 2009.

  7. Crawford, Jen, ed. brief 38 (September 2009). Auckland: The Writers Group, 2009.

  8. Arnold, Michael, ed. brief 39 (March 2010). Auckland: The Writers Group, 2010. (x 3)

  9. The John Dory Report 24 (2010)(Christchurch: HSP, P O Box 3733).

  10. Ross, Jack, ed. Landfall 214: Open House (November, 2007). Dunedin: Otago University Press, 2007.

  11. Wilkinson, Tanya, ed. Len Castle: Mountain to the Sea. Ceramics / Poetry / Photographs. Napier: Hawke’s Bay Museum and Art Gallery, 2008.

  12. Lloyd, Bronwyn, & Jack Ross. One Brown Box: A Storybook Exhibition for Children, by Bronwyn Lloyd & Karl Chitham (6 November – 18 December 2010). Auckland: Objectspace, 2010. (x 3)

  13. Direen, Bill, ed. Percutio 1 (2007). Auckland: Titus Books, 2007.

  14. Poetry NZ 22 (February 2001): featuring Jack Ross. Ed. Alistair Paterson. Auckland & Palm Springs: Brick Row Publishing, 2001. (x 2)

  15. Poetry NZ 23 (August 2001): featuring Pooja Mittal. Ed. Alistair Paterson. Auckland & Palm Springs: Brick Row Publishing, 2001.

  16. Poetry NZ 24 (March 2002): Featuring Michael Harlow. Ed. Alistair Paterson. Auckland & Palm Springs: Brick Row Publishing, 2002.

  17. Ross, Jack,ed. Poetry NZ 38: featuring Jen Crawford (March, 2009). Auckland & Palm Springs: Puriri Press & Brick Row, 2009.

  18. Argante, Jenny, ed. Poetry Pudding: A Delicious Collection of Rhyme & Wit. Illustrations by Debbie Tipuna. Auckland: Reed, 2007.

  19. Ross, K. M. Falling through the Architect. Auckland: The Writers Group, 2005.

  20. Ross, Jack, ed. Spin 36 (March 2000).

  21. Ross, Jack, ed. Spin 42 (March 2002).

  22. Ross, Jack, ed. Spin 45 (March 2003).

  23. Riemenschneider, Dieter, ed. & trans. Wildes Licht: Poems / Gedichte aus Aotearoa Neuseeland (English-German). Kronberg: Tranzlit, 2010.

  24. Selwyn, Ila, & Lesley Smith, ed. Red Tendrils: Poems by Selina Tusitala Marsh, Kevin Ireland, Janet Charman, Courtney Meredith, Daniel Larsen, Mark Pirie, Ross Brighton, Raewyn Alexander, Doug Poole & Ila Selwyn. Limited edition of 110 copies. Titirangi: Lopdell House Gallery, 2010.

  25. Selwyn, Ila, & Lesley Smith, ed. the winding stair: Poems by Rosetta Allan, Murray Edmond, Siobhan Harvey, Alice Hooton, Michele Leggott, Judith McNeil, Bob Orr, Alistair Paterson, John Pule, Jack Ross, Ila Selwyn, Penny Somervaille, Robert Sullivan & Denys Trussell. Limited edition of 80 copies. Titirangi: Lopdell House Gallery, 2011.

  26. Social and Cultural Studies Monograph Series. Massey Albany: School of Social and Cultural Studies, 2001-2009:
    1. Mataira, Peter, Pa'u Tafaogalupe Mulitalo-Lauta, Rajen Prasad, Paul Spoonley, Marilyn Waring, & Wong Liu Shueng. Cross-Cultural Research: A Symposium. Introduction by Jennifer Lawn & Eleanor Rimoldi (November 2001).
    2. Duncan, Grant. Pain and the Body Politic. Discussion by Victoria Grace. Introduction by Eleanor Rimoldi & Jennifer Lawn (June 2002).
    3. George, Lily. Different Music, Same Dance: Te Taou and the Treaty Claims Process. Introduction by Graeme MacRae (June 2004) {reprinted December 2004, with revised genealogies}).
    4. Cervin, Carmel, & Lewis Williams. Participatory Action Research in Aotearoa/NZ (July 2004).
    5. O'Brien, Mike, Jennifer Lawn, Fiona Te Momo, & Neil Lunt. A Third Term?: Evaluating the Policy Legacy of the Labour-led Government, 1999-2005 (August 2005).
    6. Young, Grant, Michael Belgrave, & Tom Bennion. Native and Māori Land Legislation in the Superior Courts, 1840-1980 (November 2005).
    7. Browning, Julee. Blood Ties with Strangers: Navigating the Course of Adoption Reunion over the Long Term (November 2006) {June 2007}.
    8. Ross, Jack. To Terezín: A Travelogue. Afterword by Martin Edmond (June 2007).
    9. McCormick, Rowan. Writers of Passage. Preface by Mary Paul. Afterword by Eleanor Rimoldi (June 2008).
    10. Ross, Jack, & Grant Duncan, ed. 11 Views of Auckland. Preface by Jack Ross (December 2010).

  27. Smithyman, Kendrick. Campana to Montale: Versions from Italian. 2004. Ed. Jack Ross & Marco Sonzogni. Transference Series. Novi Ligure: Edizioni Joker, 2010. [Proof copy].

  28. Smithyman, Kendrick. Campana to Montale: Versions from Italian. 2004. Ed. Jack Ross & Marco Sonzogni. Transference Series. Novi Ligure: Edizioni Joker, 2010. (x 10)







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