The 2016 general and special issues are now out.
JNZL 34.1, 2016
Invention and reinvention: Greville Texidor meets Frank Sargeson
‘Colonize. Pioneer. Bash and Slash’: Once on Chunuk Bair and the Anzac Myth
‘There is no restraint in murder’: John A. Lee’s War Novel Civilian into Soldier
‘Grey Tweed Sports Coat, Green Eyes, Little Freckles, Tall, Cleft in the Chin, Fair’: Timothy Cardew/Harry Sweetman in The Godwits Fly.
An Angel at My Table (1990): Janet Frame, Jane Campion, and Authorial Control in the Auto/Biopic
Traversing ‘The Same River’: John Newton’s Unforbidden Romanticism
Bones rolling under a river: Poetry, history and politics in Bill Sewell’s The Ballad of Fifty-one and Robert Sullivan’s Cassino: City of Martyrs/ Città Martire.
Aboard the Naturewreck
Reclaiming a landmark New Zealand play: The Tree by Stella Jones (1957).
Anything That Burns You: A Portrait of Lola Ridge, Radical Poet
Katherine Mansfield’s Literary Afterlife: Katherine Mansfield and Translation
Katherine Mansfield and Literary Influence
The Urewera Notebook by Katherine Mansfield
JNZL 34.2, 2016, Special issue: New Writing 1975–2000, guest edited by John Geraets
Wholes in Part: Late Century Forays
When the Mode of the Music Changes
The Time of Achamoth: M. K. Joseph and the Rise of New Zealand Speculative Fiction
Certified Copies: 1980s New Zealand Photocopy Journals & the Xerographic Aesthetic
Hone Tuwhare and Keri Hulme: Close Reading as Indigenous Wayfinding
The Loney Edition
Not Much to Do Besides Watch Each Other’s Lives Unfold: Playwriting 1975–2000 in Aotearoa
Billy Apple, Typography and the Embodied Word