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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) (March 2018) 11 (1): 99–117.

  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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