Landfall 202: True Confessions/private Lives

Author(s): Paton, Justin

NZ - Fiction

.The literary / arts journal that was highly commended in the Best Reviews Page category of the Montana Awards, and which Kim Hill recently called 'an essential item in everybody's library', goes from strength to strength with this issue- .With 'private lives/true confessions' as its guiding theme, Landfall 202 gets under the skin of 'the personal'. .Laura Kipnis offers a spirited critique of that thing called love in her essay 'Domestic Gulags'. .Douglas Wright delivers a stunning chapter of autobiography, and Shonagh Koea tells what happens when she lost her beloved diary . .The issue also contains a special reviews feature devoted to a wave of recent biographical and autobiographical writing, a round-up of new New Zealand fiction by Patrick Evans, and the distinctive mix of fresh art, fiction and poetry that makes Landfall not just New Zealand's oldest literary journal, but its freshest- .With great cover art by Yvonne Todd, the high production values continue, with good design and art portfolios on art paper. .Continues the new emphasis on arts as well as literature, with incisive commentary , new work from artists, and creative writing from some of the oldest and the newest of New Zealand's premier writers- .Justin Paton is curator of contemporary art at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery


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General Fields

  • : 9781877276811
  • : unopnz
  • : unopnz
  • : December 2001
  • : 215mm X 165mm
  • : New Zealand
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : 224
  • : colour photographs, b&w photographs, b&w line drawings, colour paintings
  • : Paton, Justin
  • : Paperback
  • : Yvonne Todd