Poetry New Zealand Yearbook, this country's longest-running poetry magazine, showcases new writing from New Zealand and overseas. It presents the work of talented newcomers as well as that of established voices. This issue features the winning entries of the Poetry N... read more
|Author:||Edited by Maraea Rakuraku and Vana Manasiadis|
Tātai Whetū: Seven Māori Women Poets in Translation is a ground-breaking bilingual poetry collection, which features a poem each by seven Māori women writers, originally written in English, and a translation in Māori.
The two version of the poems... read more
There are some poets you travel the routes ofso often you could feel your way in the dark,that turn, that corner, and then the plummettowards the end. What does it give you, after all,to meet in person in a room? A thoughtthe dog doesn’t s... read more
|Awards:||Shortlisted for Ockhams NZ Book Awards Poetry Prize 2018|
In Rawahi (meaning 'overseas'), poet Briar Wood weaves lyrical seascapes revealing people and places inspired by her home in New Zealand, her travels and time living overseas. Rawahi journeys from Aoteaora New Zealand to London, Europe and back again.
The Sunday Times Number One Bestseller Winner of The GoodReads Choice Award for Poetry 2017 From Rupi Kaur, the bestselling author of Milk and Honey, comes her long-awaited second collection of poetry. Illustrated by Kaur, The Sun and Her Flowers is a journey... read more
The poems in Handwriting, Michael Ondaatje's most recent collection, are memories of Sri Lanka: the rituals and traditions, history and geography, the smells and tastes and colours of his first home. Here are sunless forests, cattle-bells, stilt-walkers 'with the movement of prehistoric ... read more
Book of poetry by a New Zealand poet.
In an age of over-dramatization and hype, the poetry of Stu Bagby demonstrates restrained intelligence and quiet craft skills. This, his first collection in seven years, contemplates kin and place with an extremely sharp eye and a mature feel for language.
|Author:||A. B. Paterson|
|Series:||Pocket Editions for the Trenches Ser.|
The Man from Snowy River and Other Verses (1895) is the first collection of poems by Australian poet Banjo Paterson. It was released in hardback by Angus and Robertson in 1895, and features the poet's widely anthologised poems "The Man from Snowy River", "Clancy of the ... read more
LORNA STAVELEY ANKER was born in 1914. She used to joke that this was the cause of the First World War. In truth, the poems in this fine collection reveal her as New Zealand’s first woman war poet.
There are poems here that arise from her childhood memories of Kaiser Bill. Th... read more
A stunning collection of poetry on feminism, trauma, survival and empowerment.
You cannot burn away What has always been aflame
WILD EMBERS explores the fire that lies within every soul, weaving words around ideas of feeling at home in your... read more
|Awards:||Shortlisted for PANZ Book Design Awards: Non-Illustrated Book 2010.|
Twelve months of a laureate: in 2008 Michele Leggott wrote a poem a week to record her term as the inaugural New Zealand Poet Laureate. In her new collection of poems Mirabile Dictu ('mi.rah.buh.lay dik.tu' - Wonderful to relate; amazing to say), she relates the wonders of those 12 mo... read more
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