Wednesday, January 25, 2012
Issue Eight of Poetry Notes available now
The eighth issue of the newsletter from Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa is available now for download as a pdf. Inside Poetry Notes, Summer 2012, vol. 2, no. 4: Mark Pirie on Don Bradman’s 1932 New Zealand visit and poems; classic New Zealand poetry by Bill O’Reilly (1898-1959); music review: Fagan and the People, Admiral of the Narrow Seas; New Zealand poetry donations made to the Poetry Library, London; new release by PANZA member: Out of It by Michael O’Leary; donate to PANZA through PayPal; recently received donations; about the Poetry Archive.
Summer catalogue update
The Poetry Archive of NZ Aotearoa (PANZA) recently reached 5,000 titles.
Thanks to all those who have donated to the Archive over the past year. The PANZA catalogue has now been significantly updated to reflect many new acquisitions in December and January.
The summer update includes the receipt of 12 boxes of New Zealand poet and editor Louis Johnson’s international literary magazines, including substantial New Zealand material such as issues of Graham Lindsay’s Morepork journal, a complete set of Robert Thompson’s Image and a complete set of Landfall up to the 1980s. Thanks to Cecilia Johnson for this kind donation.
The Archive began in February 2010 with around 3,000 titles and has grown substantially in the past year. PANZA would particularly like to thank Auckland poet, editor and novelist Alistair Paterson, Wellington poet/publisher Mark Pirie, Wellington publisher Roger Steele and the late New Zealand anthologist, poet and memoirist Harvey McQueen for their sizeable contributions to the fast-growing collection.
A full list of donations is listed in each issue of Poetry Notes, the PANZA newsletter.