This book contains almost all the poems in Stead's 14 collections of poetry with collections printed in chronological order, and the poems in each printed in their original order.
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Books editor Bryan James reviews four recent art books.
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An eclectic collection of essays loosely based on the subject of writing.
An easy-to-read reference handbook written by New Zealanders for New Zealanders.
Our weekly reviews of the latest books from home and abroad.
A colourful look at Auckland through the eyes of a fan.
Ron Tyrrell reviews books that look at NZ involvement in war.
A no-holds-barred account of Graham Bell's 33 years in the New Zealand Police.
A well-illustrated look at the life of artist Patricia France.
Tara Jahn-Werner's Dance puts the history of dance in New Zealand into its proper perspective.
An exploration of some elements of the relationship between New Zealand culture and society.