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Contents:
  1. Lounge Room Tribalism.” Scope: Art and Design #14 (November 2017): 133-35.

  2. Enactments of Identity in the New Zealand Short Story.” Fudan Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences (FDHS) (2017).

  3. “How Many Miles to Babylon? Three Faces of Mike Johnson’s Lear.” brief 55 (Summer 2016-17): 113-31.

  4. “The Time of Achamoth: M. K. Joseph and the Rise of New Zealand Speculative Fiction.” Journal of New Zealand Literature 34.2: New Writing 1975-2000 (2016): 61-80.

  5. “An Interview with Elizabeth Morton.” Poetry NZ Yearbook 2017 (Issue #51): 48-51.

  6. “An Interview with Robert Sullivan.” Poetry NZ Yearbook 2 (2015): 23-38.

  7. “An Interview with Gabriel White.” 2008. Tongdo Fantasia. Gabriel White on Vimeo. (26/10/14).

  8. “An Interview with Lisa Samuels.” Poetry NZ Yearbook 1 (2014): 41-48.

  9. “Paul Celan & Leicester Kyle: The Zone & the Plateau. Ka Mate Ka Ora 13 (2014): 54-71.

  10. "Trouble in River City: How I learned to stop worrying and trust poetics.” Poetry NZ 47 (2013): 93-103.

  11. “Dreamtigers: i.m. Sarah Broom.” Poetry Notes 14 (Winter 2013, Volume 4, issue 2): 6-8.

  12. “Interpreting Paul Celan.” brief 46: The Survival Issue (November 2012): 85-101.

  13. “Channeling Paul Celan.” Rabbit 5: The Rare Issue (Winter 2012): 118-31.

  14. Old Shore.” Trout 17 (May 2012).

  15. “The Great White Silence.” brief 44-45 (May 2012): 56-76.

  16. Marie de France: ‘Laüstic’ (c.1180).” Ka Mate Ka Ora 11 (March, 2012): 75-88.

  17. Hearts on the Run: Poetry Panels in Sydney.” Home & Away 2010. New Zealand Electronic Poetry Centre (19/11/10).

  18. Scroll, Codex, Hypertext …. A Contribution to the Flying Blind Symposium (3/12/09).” Floating Cinemas Website (7 December, 2009).

  19. Troubling Our Sleep: Ted Jenner’s Postmodern Classicism. A Review-essay.” Ka Mate Ka Ora 8 (September, 2009): 46-66.

  20. The Tolkien Industry.” Scoop Review of Books (June 16, 2009).

  21. Is There a Future for the Poetry Blog?" Contribution to the "1,000 Words or a Picture: Could Poetry be a Contemporary Art?" Colloquium. Ka Mate Ka Ora 7 (March, 2009): 26-29.

  22. In Love with the Chinese Novel: A Voyage around the Hung Lou Meng.” brief 37 (2009): 10-28.

  23. "Irony and After: New Bearings in NZ Poetry.” Poetry NZ 35 (2007): 95-103.

  24. Pound’s Fascist Cantos Revisited.” Ka Mate Ka Ora 3 (March, 2007): 41-57.

  25. “In the Shop of Wah Lee: Denys Trussell – poet, musician, ecologist.” Poetry NZ 32 (2006): 85-94.

  26. “Dr Jack Ross on Stephen Oliver at the Titus Books Poetry Launch: Rakinos – 17/10/05 – 6 pm.” Titus Books website.

  27. A few thoughts on sampling.” Titus Books website.

  28. “Takahe 2004 Poetry Competition Report.” Takahe 53 (2004): 2.

  29. “The Poetics of Stasis in The 1001 Nights.” Magazine 2 (2004): 7-18.

  30. Going West Five Years On.” Pander Online (2004).

  31. A Conversation with Graham Lindsay.” Graham Lindsay Author Page. New Zealand Electronic Poetry Centre.

  32. “Introduction to the Translations of Kendrick Smithyman.” Glottis: New Writing 8 (2003): 91-96.

  33. Kendrick Smithyman: Uncollected Northland Poems,” edited by Jack Ross. brief 26 (2003): 19-49.

  34. Life with Kendrick: A Conversation with Margaret Edgcumbe.” brief 26 (2003): 103-09.

  35. Alan Brunton, my publisher.” 'When You Give So Much': Some Recollections of Alan Brunton. New Zealand Electronic Poetry Centre.

  36. “Hong Kong – 2001.” brief 25 (2002): 13-16.

  37. “What is Auckland Poetry?” Five Bells vol. 9 (3) (2002): 14-15.

  38. “Hybrid Art; or, the Three-Colour Problem.” brief 24 (2002): 41-44.

  39. “Alan Loney / John O’Connor / John Geraets.” brief 22 (2001): 63-73.

  40. “Translating Poetry.” Poetry NZ 23 (2001): 125-34.

  41. “Case Studies.” brief 20 (2001): 23-29.

  42. “An Inside Narrative: Recent Works by Alan Loney.” Ab.ww [A Brief Description of the Whole World] 17 (2000): 70-79.

  43. “Kendrick Smithyman in Italian.” Landfall 197 (1999): 70-73.

  44. “Necessary Oppositions: Avant-garde versus Traditional Poetry in New Zealand.” Poetry NZ 21 (2000): 80-83.

  45. “Poetics.” Spin 33 (1999): 58-59.

  46. “Leicester H. Kyle: Prophet without Honour.” Pander 6/7 (1999): 21 & 23.

  47. “The Kassabova Phenomenon” [with Hamish Dewe and Richard Taylor]. Pander 6/7 (1999) 41-43.

  48. “Letter to Scott Hamilton.” Salt 6 (2) (1999): 8.

  49. “Poetics.” Salt 6 (2) (1999): 12 & 16 & 61 & 65.

  50. “It’s Standing Room Only for the Rekindling of Live Lines.” Sunday Star-Times (October 18, 1998): F4.

  51. Kathy Goes to Mexico: In Memoriam Kathy Acker, d. 30/11/97.” Pander 5 (1998) 26-27.

  52. "A Mutual Respect: Ralph Hotere and Hone Tuwhare.” Sunday Star-Times (August 2, 1998): F7.

  53. “My Declaration of Principles.” Pander 3 (1998): 20.

  54. “A Conversation with Mike Minehan.” Zoetropes: New Zealand Literature / Nga Pukapuka o Aotearoa online. {http://www.arts.uwo.ca/~andrewf/zoetropes.htm}.

  55. “Two Readings of Ti Point.” Salt 6 (1998): 27-36.

  56. “Talking about Kendrick Smithyman” [with Scott Hamilton and Richard Taylor]. Salt 6 (1998): 24-26.

  57. Kendrick Smithyman’s Northland.” Pander 1 (1997): x-xiii.

  58. Cunninghame Graham’s Brazil: Differing Interpretations of the Canudos Campaign, 1896-97.” Australasian Victorian Studies Association: Conference Papers 1993. Ed. Joanne Wilkes. (Auckland: University Press, 1993) 27-38.

  59. Wilson Harris, Joseph Conrad, and the South American ‘Quest’ Novel.” Landfall: A New Zealand Quarterly 184 (1992): 455-68.

  60. Views of South America in Recent British Cinema.” Inter-Arts: A Quarterly Journal of Cultural Connections 7 (1988): 14-16.







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