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Contents:


  1. 2017 (June 11 - ): Advanced Fiction Writing Anthology: 139.329 – College of Humanities and Social Sciences – School of English and Media Studies – Massey University.
  2. 2016 (December 25): “Issue 55 Supplement: How Many Miles To Babylon.” The brief blog.
  3. 2016 (December 2 - ): Jack's Showcase.
  4. 2015: (February 25 - ): Advanced Fiction Writing. 139.329: College of Humanities and Social Sciences – School of English and Media Studies – Albany Campus – Massey University.
  5. 2014: (June 2 - ): Poetry New Zealand Blog. Views, Reviews, Interviews & Other News ...
  6. 2014: (January 1 - February 17, 2016): Poetry New Zealand Index. An International Journal of Poetry and Poetics
  7. 2013: (August 18 - ): Jack Ross: Opinions. Published Articles, Essays, Prefaces & Reviews - 1987 to the present.
  8. 2012: (November 14 - ): Pania Press (Business): bijou publisher of original literary & artistic works, in small editions.
  9. 2012: (October 9 - ): Cross-Genre Writing: Contexts / Praxis. 139.714: College of Humanities and Social Sciences – School of English and Media Studies – Albany Campus – Massey University.
  10. 2012: (June 27 - ): Writers Read Series: College of Humanities and Social Sciences – School of English and Media Studies – Albany Campus – Massey University.
  11. 2012 (April 1 - ): JACK ROSS: Notes on NZ Poetry. Commentary: Jacket2.
  12. 2011 (November 29): Look and look again: Twelve New Zealand poets. Feature: Jacket2.
  13. 2011 (July 21 - ): Creative Writing Circle (2011- ).
  14. 2011 (April 16 - ): Perdrix Press (1997- ).
  15. 2011: (April 1 - ): Lectures: College of Humanities and Social Sciences – School of English and Media Studies – Albany Campus – Massey University.
  16. 2011: (February 18 - March 14): Leicester Kyle Texts: The Collected Poetry Books of Leicester Hugo Kyle (1937-2006).
  17. 2011 (February 17 - March 14): Leicester Kyle: An Index to the Collected Poems of Leicester Hugo Kyle (1937-2006).
  18. 2011 (January 6 - August 14, 2012): Tree Worship.
  19. 2009 (October 12 - ): PROJECTS.
  20. 2009 (August 27 - ): Social and Cultural Studies: Monograph Series – College of Humanities and Social Sciences – School of English and Media Studies – Albany Campus – Massey University.
  21. 2009 (June 1 - July 4, 2010): A Gentle Madness: A Catalogue of My Book Collection: Geographical by Locations & Indexed by Categories.
  22. 2009 (May 28 - June 29, 2010): Daemons & Dream Children: The Secret Lives of Rita Angus’s Symbolic Portraits. PhD Thesis (University of Auckland, 2004-10). Edited with Bronwyn Lloyd.
  23. 2009 (April 14 - July 22): Versions of South America: An Elusive Identity: Versions of South America from Aphra Behn to the Present Day. PhD Thesis (University of Edinburgh, 1986-90).
  24. 2009 (April 14 - August 22): John Masefield: Early Novels 1908-1911. MA Thesis (University of Auckland, 1984-86).
  25. 2009 (March 28 - ): Contemporary NZ Writers Anthology: 139.750 – College of Humanities and Social Sciences – School of English and Media Studies – Albany Campus – Massey University.
  26. 2009 (March 28 - ): Contemporary NZ Writers in an International Context: 139.750 – College of Humanities and Social Sciences – School of English and Media Studies – Albany Campus – Massey University.
  27. 2009 (January 13): Traffic in Gold (Montana Poetry Day, 2008). Video with music by Anna Rugis & poems by Jack Ross. Auckland: Auckland Art Gallery, 2008. [77 mins].
  28. 2008 (November 30): "Jack Ross interviews Gabriel White on Tongdo Fantasia.” Gabriel White: The Kitchen Table - Interviews.
  29. 2008 (October 19 - January 3, 2009): Crisis Diaries: Chronicles of Heartbreak, Illness, Madness, Plague & Civil War: Special Topic in Comparative Literature - School of Society & Culture - Radial Campus - Semester One.
  30. 2008 (October 19 - December 13): Banned Books: Censored & Restricted Twentieth-Century Fiction: Administration - Assignments - Author Pages - Lecture Notes - Forum for Discussion (English 222 / 322).
  31. 2008 (September 21 - ): Travel Writing Anthology: 139.326 – College of Humanities and Social Sciences – School of English and Media Studies – Albany Campus – Massey University.
  32. 2008 (April 14 - ): Travel Writing Course: 139.326 – College of Humanities and Social Sciences – School of English and Media Studies – Albany Campus – Massey University.
  33. 2008 (September 21 - ): Life Writing Anthology: 139.226 – College of Humanities and Social Sciences – School of English and Media Studies – Albany Campus – Massey University.
  34. 2008 (April 14 - ): Life Writing Course: 139.226 – College of Humanities and Social Sciences – School of English and Media Studies – Albany Campus – Massey University.
  35. 2008 (September 21 - ): Creative Writing Anthology: 139.123 – College of Humanities and Social Sciences – School of English and Media Studies – Albany Campus – Massey University.
  36. 2008 (April 14 - ): Creative Writing Course: 139.123 – College of Humanities and Social Sciences – School of English and Media Studies – Albany Campus – Massey University.
  37. 2008 (April 12 - October 24): Novels since 1900: Lecture Notes – Assignments – Author Pages – Forum for Discussion.
  38. 2008 (January 20 - February 13): [[The R.E.M. Trilogy, 2 - The Imaginary Museum of Atlantis]: Who am I? Automatic Writing.
  39. 2008 (January 20 - February 13): [The R.E.M. Trilogy, 2 - The Imaginary Museum of Atlantis]: Where am I? Cuttings.
  40. 2008 (January 19 - October 18): Recent Poets and Fiction in NZ: 139.795 – Special Topic in English Literature – School of Social and Cultural Studies – Albany Campus – Massey University.
  41. 2008 (January 19 - 30): [The R.E.M. Trilogy, 1]: Nights with Giordano Bruno: A Novel.
  42. 2007 (December 11 - ): brief: Listings & Statistics for the Magazine formerly known as A Brief description of the Whole World / ABDOTWW / Description / ABdotWW / AB.WW / brief. &c.
  43. 2007 (November 6 - December 3): Aotearoa New Zealand Poetry Sound Archive: Bibliographical Aids for the Use of Those Consulting the Waiata Archive (1974) and the AoNZPSA (2002-2004).
  44. 2007 (October 18 - ): Works & Days. Curriculum Vitae: Biography - Bibliography - Chronology - Papers - Performances & Reviews.
  45. 2011(February 3, 2007- ) Papyri: Poems, Imitations & Translations.
  46. 2006 (September 25 - ): Pania Press: Hand-crafted covers, each of them unique, for original literary & artistic works in small editions. Edited with Bronwyn Lloyd.
  47. 2006 (August 22 - September 26, 2007): Scheherazade’s Web: The Thousand and One Nights and Comparative Literature.
  48. 2006 (August 16 - September 3, 2007): [The R.E.M. Trilogy, 3 - EMO]: Moons of Mars – Welcome / to the new reality / Nothing’s stranger / than the will / to survive …
  49. 2006 (August 15 - September 3, 2007): [The R.E.M. Trilogy, 3 - EMO]: Ovid in Otherworld – Wild geese draw lines / across an amber sky / fish bask / in frozen rivers / generators die …
  50. 2006: (August 15 - September 3, 2007): [The R.E.M. Trilogy, 3 - EMO]: EVA AVE– Inheritor of silence / shall I be? / Black mass below us / above us / only sky …
  51. 2006 (June 14 - ): The Imaginary Museum: Experiments in Genre (Work In Progress)…
  52. 2005 (August 26): Joanna Margaret Paul (1945-2003). Feature: New Zealand Electronic Poetry Centre.
  53. 2004 (October 31): The Aotearoa New Zealand Poetry Sound Archive. Compiled and edited by Jan Kemp and Jack Ross, with assistance from Edmund King and Mark King. Materials collected by Jan Kemp, Elizabeth Alley, David Howard with Morrin Rout, and Richard Reeve with Nick Ascroft. (Special Collections Dept, Auckland University Library, 2002-2004). [40 CDs Audio / 2 CDs Texts].
  54. 2004 (July 17): 12 Taonga from the Aotearoa New Zealand Poetry Sound Archive. Edited with Jan Kemp. Feature: New Zealand Electronic Poetry Centre.
  55. 2003 (October 22): brief #28: Alan Brunton. Feature: New Zealand Electronic Poetry Centre.
  56. 2003 (March 12-October 4): Smithymania. Feature: New Zealand Electronic Poetry Centre.
  57. 1986 (May 3): Victorian Dreams. Video written and directed by Jack Ross (Auckland University: English Department) [20 mins].







  • [2017]: Advanced Fiction Writing Anthology: 139.329: College of Humanities and Social Sciences – School of English and Media Studies – Massey University. (June 11, 2017 - ).







  • [2016]: "Issue 55 Supplement: How Many Miles To Babylon." The brief blog. (December 25, 2016).







  • [2016]: Jack's Showcase. (December 2, 2016- ).


  • [accessible by invitation only]







  • [2015]: Advanced Fiction Writing: 139.329: College of Humanities and Social Sciences – School of English and Media Studies – Albany Campus – Massey University. (February 25, 2015 - ).







  • [2014]: Poetry New Zealand Blog. Views, Reviews, Interviews & Other News ... (June 2, 2014 - ).







  • [2014]: Poetry New Zealand Index. An International Journal of Poetry and Poetics. (January 1, 2014 - February 17, 2016).







  • [2013]: Jack Ross: Opinions. Published Articles, Essays, Prefaces & Reviews - 1987 to the present. (August 18, 2013 - ).







  • [2012]: Pania Press (Business): bijou publisher of original literary & artistic works, in small editions. [with Bronwyn Lloyd]. (November 14, 2012 - ).







  • [2012]: Cross-Genre Writing: Contexts / Praxis: College of Humanities and Social Sciences – School of English and Media Studies – Albany Campus – Massey University. (October 9, 2012 - ).


  • [accessible by invitation only]







  • [2012]: Writers Read Series: College of Humanities and Social Sciences – School of English and Media Studies – Albany Campus – Massey University. (June 27, 2012 - ).







  • [2012]: JACK ROSS: Notes on NZ Poetry. (April 1, 2012- ). Commentary: Jacket2.


  • Samples:

    The Imaginary Museum

    Reviews & Comments:

    • Scott Hamilton. "Te Radar in the Pacific: new journey, same old stereotypes.” Reading the Maps. [20/6/12]

      In his review of my Oceania issue of brief  for the Australian journal Jacket2, Jack Ross discusses the 'strange propensity of New Zealanders' to forget they live 'in the middle of the largest ocean on earth', an ocean containing an immense number of islands and cultures. When palangi Kiwis do think about the Pacific, they tend to use simplistic and old-fashioned concepts, which long ago ossified into stereotypes.

      Jack approves of the new issue of brief, but not all readers have shared his feelings. One critic of the issue, who wishes to remain anonymous, complains that I have 'filled the thing up with too much theory' when I could have been including more 'poems, stories, reports and photos' from the Pacific. It is true that brief 44-45 contains some fairly heavy-duty theorising from the likes of the Tongan intellectuals Futa Helu, Epeli Hau'ofa and 'Okusi Mahina and the New Zealand Marxist Owen Gager. Helu, Mahina, Hau'ofa and Gager have all wanted to change the ways we think about the Pacific, and to do this they have created new theoretical accounts of the region's history and makeup. They have minted their own, sometimes cumbersome concepts to replace labels and categories they consider Eurocentric or excessively romantic or otherwise unhelpful ...









  • Samples:

    The Imaginary Museum

    Reviews & Comments:

    • Scott Hamilton. "Overdubs and images.” Reading the Maps. [12/12/11]

      The newly-minted Australian literary journal Jacket2 features a rather less dubious collaboration between visual art and poetry. Jack Ross has made a selection of work by twelve contemporary Kiwi poets for Jacket2, and illustrated his selections with paintings by Emma Smith. Unlike John Lennon or Kendrick Smithyman, Emma Smith is very much alive, and I'm reassured to know that she consented to the coupling of her painting Lead with my poems 'Elegy for a Survivor of the War on Afghanistan' and 'Walking to the Dendroglyphs on Christmas Eve'.

      ... While many of the paintings Emma was showing in the middle of 2010 did at least suggest the influence of Expressionism, with their deformed, shadowy figures, Lead is, to my eyes at least, a more abstract work, showing a fragment of blue surrounded and cut in half by black. The work's restricted palette and bold, almost violent brushstrokes give it an intensity which is both unnerving and thrilling.

      Some of the recent posts on Emma's blog Tin Grew show that she can use abstraction in gentler ways. An untitled work uploaded on the 21st of October, for instance, features subtle shades of green, and an ambiguous central shape which reminds me a little of the opening in Jackson Pollock's luminously mysterious late painting The Deep.






  • [2011]: Creative Writing Circle (July 21, 2011 - ).


  • [accessible by invitation only]






  • [2011]: Perdrix Press [1997 - ]. (April 16, 2011 - ).






  • [2011]: Lectures: College of Humanities and Social Sciences – School of English and Media Studies – Albany Campus – Massey University. (April 1, 2011 - ).






  • [2011]: Leicester Kyle Texts: The Collected Poetry Books of Leicester Hugo Kyle (1937-2006). (February 18 - March 14, 2011).






  • [2011]: Leicester Kyle: An Index to the Collected Poems of Leicester Hugo Kyle (1937-2006). (February 17 - March 14, 2011).






  • [2011]: Tree Worship. (January 6, 2011 - August 14, 2012).






  • [2009]: PROJECTS. (October 12, 2009- ).


  • [accessible by invitation only]






  • [2009]: Social and Cultural Studies: Monograph Series – College of Humanities and Social Sciences – School of English and Media Studies – Albany Campus – Massey University. (August 27, 2009 - ).






  • [2009]: A Gentle Madness: A Catalogue of My Book Collection: Geographical by Locations & Indexed by Categories. (June 1, 2009-July 4, 2010).






  • [2009]: Bronwyn Lloyd: Daemons & Dream Children: The Secret Lives of Rita Angus’s Symbolic Portraits. PhD Thesis (University of Auckland, 2004-10). (May 28, 2009 - June 29, 2010).






  • [2009]: Versions of South America: An Elusive Identity: Versions of South America from Aphra Behn to the Present Day. PhD Thesis (University of Edinburgh, 1986-90). (April 14 - July 22, 2009).






  • [2009]: John Masefield: Early Novels 1908-1911. MA Thesis (University of Auckland, 1984-86). (April 14 - August 22, 2009).






  • [2009]: Contemporary NZ Writers Anthology: 139.750 – College of Humanities and Social Sciences – School of English and Media Studies – Albany Campus – Massey University. (March 28, 2009 - ).






  • [2009]: Contemporary NZ Writers in an International Context: 139.750 – College of Humanities and Social Sciences – School of English and Media Studies – Albany Campus – Massey University. (March 28, 2009 - ).






  • [2009]: Traffic in Gold (Montana Poetry Day, 2008). Video with music by Anna Rugis & poems by Jack Ross. Auckland: Auckland Art Gallery, 2008. [77 mins]. (January 13, 2009).






  • [2008]: "Jack Ross interviews Gabriel White on Tongdo Fantasia.” Gabriel White: The Kitchen Table - Interviews. (November 30, 2008). 5 video clips:.

    1. Buddhism / the ‘pedestrian filmmaker."
    2. The 3-fold approach / photographs / editing.”
    3. Themes – natural and unnatural.”
    4. The verbal approach / cinematic landscape.”
    5. Bashō’s travel diaries.”






  • [2008]: Crisis Diaries: Chronicles of Heartbreak, Illness, Madness, Plague & Civil War: Special Topic in Comparative Literature - School of Society & Culture - Radial Campus - Semester One. (October 19, 2008 - January 3, 2009).






  • [2008]: Banned Books: Censored & Restricted Twentieth-Century Fiction: Administration - Assignments - Author Pages - Lecture Notes - Forum for Discussion (English 222 / 322). (October 19 - December 13, 2008).






  • [2008]: Travel Writing Anthology: 139.326 – College of Humanities and Social Sciences – School of English and Media Studies – Albany Campus – Massey University. (September 21, 2008 - ).






  • [2008]: Travel Writing Course: 139.326 – College of Humanities and Social Sciences – School of English and Media Studies – Albany Campus – Massey University. (April 14, 2008 - ).

  • Reviews & Comments:

    • Scott Hamilton. "On Jack's archipelago.” Reading the Maps. [10/8/14]



      I wanted to thank Jack Ross for putting me on the same (web)page as that coolest of cool literary dudes, Hunter S Thompson. The inventor of gonzo journalism and I both decorate the blog that Jack has set up for the students of the Travel Writing Course he teaches at the Albanian campus of Massey University.

      At the top of the page dedicated to the eleventh lecture of Jack's paper, the cigarette-slinging Thompson broods in black and white, during his expedition to a chemically enhanced Las Vegas; at the bottom, I peer through the windscreen of a 1994 Honda Integra at the rumpled green countryside west of Huntly. Hunter wears a hat because he's cool; I wear a hat because rain has blown in off the Tasman, and the roof of my vehicle is leaking. Jack presents us both as exponents of 'anti-travel', and brings Hackney perambulator Iain Sinclair and wannabe cosmonaut Daniel Kalder into the deal, as well.

      With its pages of calm exegesis, its detailed but never pedantic bibliographies, and its carefully captioned illustrations, the blog for paper 139.326 will be useful to students inside and outside Massey. I hope that Jack's democratic spirit catches on amongst the academics who are still hiding their knowledge behind firewalls, and are thereby disenfranchising the communities they study.

      Jack's travel writing site is only one island in an online archipelago that he has raised fussily but quietly over the past six years. As well as building sites for the various papers he teaches at Massey Albany - here's the blog for 139.123, or introduction to Creative Writing - Jack has recorded his own reading and writing on webpage after webpage.

      When Nigel Cross was made a Burns Fellow at Otago University at the end of the '50s he set out to write a novel, and reportedly kept students and staff up to date with his progress by posting charts recording his daily and weekly outputs of words on the door of his office. Anyone who visited the blog Jack named Eva Ave could have read his science fiction novel EMO as it grew, one post at a time, into something big and complex.

      On the blog he has named A Gentle Madness, Jack documents his library with the sort of austere zeal that would have pleased Jorge Luis Borges. Clicking on the hyperlink for 'Bookcase F', I find myself browsing shelf after shelf of 'Spanish and Latin American Literature', and coming face to face with half-famous, half-forgotten modernists like Vicentre Huidobro and Cesar Vallejo. Another section of the site lists books that Jack would like to own.

      There are, it seems, limits to the democratic impulse that has led Jack to make so much of his academic and creative writing available for free. A note on the preface page of A Gentle Madness explains that:

      Requests for the loan of any of the books or materials listed here will not be entertained seriously. It seems most unlikely you won't be able to find a nearby public library which can obtain the titles you're searching for.

      Fair enough. We can't expect Jack to do everything for us, can we?






  • [2008]: Life Writing Anthology: 139.226 – College of Humanities and Social Sciences – School of English and Media Studies – Albany Campus – Massey University. (September 21, 2008 - ).






  • [2008]: Life Writing Course: 139.226 – College of Humanities and Social Sciences – School of English and Media Studies – Albany Campus – Massey University. (April 14, 2008 - ).






  • [2008]: Creative Writing Anthology: 139.123 – College of Humanities and Social Sciences – School of English and Media Studies – Albany Campus – Massey University. (September 21, 2008 - ).






  • [2008]: Creative Writing Course: 139.123 – College of Humanities and Social Sciences – School of English and Media Studies – Albany Campus – Massey University. (April 14, 2008 - ).

  • Reviews & Comments:

    • Student feedback [27/6/17]

      The support materials were useful to my learning (e.g., textbooks, briefs, handouts, study guides, etc.):
      Very easy to navigate through, also very neat and tidy!

      The online learning environment enhanced my learning:
      Stream was very easy to navigate. http://albany139123.blogspot.co.nz/ provided by Dr Jack Ross was a helpful additional tool!






  • [2008]: Novels since 1900: Lecture Notes – Assignments – Author Pages – Forum for Discussion. (April 12 - October 24, 2008).






  • [2008]: [The R.E.M. Trilogy, 2 - The Imaginary Museum of Atlantis]: Who am I? Automatic Writing [2006]. (January 20 - February 13, 2008).






  • [2008]: [The R.E.M. Trilogy, 2 - The Imaginary Museum of Atlantis]: Where am I? Cuttings [2006]. (January 20 - February 13, 2008).






  • [2008]: Recent Poets and Fiction in NZ: 139.795 – Special Topic in English Literature – School of Social and Cultural Studies – Albany Campus – Massey University. (January 19 - October 18, 2008).






  • [2008]: [The R.E.M. Trilogy, 1]: Nights with Giordano Bruno: A Novel [2000]. (January 19-30, 2008).






  • [2007]: brief: Listings & Statistics for the Magazine formerly known as A Brief description of the Whole World / ABDOTWW / Description / ABdotWW / AB.WW / brief. &c. (December 11, 2007 - ).






  • [2007]: Aotearoa New Zealand Poetry Sound Archive: Bibliographical Aids for the Use of Those Consulting the Waiata Archive [1974] and the AoNZPSA [2002-2004]. (November 6 - December 3, 2007).






  • [2007]: Works & Days. Curriculum Vitae: Biography - Bibliography - Chronology - Papers - Performances & Reviews. (October 18, 2007 - ).






  • [2007]: Papyri: Poems, Imitations & Translations. (February 3, 2007 - ).






  • [2006]: Pania Press (Blog): Hand-crafted covers, each of them unique, for original literary & artistic works in small editions. [with Bronwyn Lloyd]. (September 25, 2006 - ).






  • [2006]: Scheherazade’s Web: The Thousand and One Nights and Comparative Literature. (August 22, 2006 - September 26, 2007).






  • [2006]: [The R.E.M. Trilogy, 3 - EMO]: Moons of Mars – Welcome / to the new reality / Nothing’s stranger / than the will / to survive … (August 16, 2006 - September 3, 2007).






  • [2006]: [The R.E.M. Trilogy, 3 - EMO]: Ovid in Otherworld – Wild geese draw lines / across an amber sky / fish bask / in frozen rivers / generators die … (August 15, 2006 - September 3, 2007).






  • [2006]: [The R.E.M. Trilogy, 3 - EMO]: EVA AVE– Inheritor of silence / shall I be? / Black mass below us / above us / only sky … (August 15, 2006 - September 3, 2007).






  • [2006]: The Imaginary Museum: Experiments in Genre (Work In Progress)… (June 14, 2006 - ).


  • Reviews & Comments:

    • Rachel J Fenton. "Blog Carnival #2: PAST MYTHS, PRESENT LEGENDS.” An Aotearoa Affair: a celebration across boundaries. [25/3/12]

      When I agreed to guest edit the second edition of the Aotearoa Affair Blog Carnival I had no outline other than the theme of Past Myths, Present Legends, although I was sure I wanted my edition to be as much a visual fe[a]st as it was a blog fest. This is my chance to share my perspective.

      I see the world in pictures. Stills. When I read, I see pictures. When I write, I translate the picture into text to give a sense of its having motion; a series of photographs, snapshots, real or imagined, become narrative; history merges with fiction to create, if not myth, something incredibly close to it (and extremely near). Indeed, this edition might easily have been titled History Games.

      Maori have a phrase “i mua” which simply put means “the past is in the future”, it’s a concept Ngapine Allen explains in her essay “Maori Vision and the Imperialist Gaze”. Allen writes: “The Maori reality is that what you can see is in front of you. Hence, ancestors, viewed from a Western Historical perspective as ‘behind’, are, from a Maori perspective, ‘in front’. Conversely, the future is something you cannot see and is therefore behind you. To conceptualise this, you must reverse your notion of history.” (Colonialism and the Object: Empire, Material Culture and the Museum. Ed. Barringer & Flynn, Routledge, 1998. P. 144)

      In Past Myths, Present Legends, writers and artists collude to bring you the visual word from Germany, through time and place, to New Zealand, all connected in tangential, elliptic, and surprising ways; a round table of ideas. Pull up a seat, feast your eyes and satiate your minds.
      ...

      Making Legends; Making Love
      Mairangi Bay based writer, editor, and teacher Jack Ross is the author of City of Strange Brunettes (1998), Chantal’s Book (2002), & To Terezin (2007), as well as three novels, a novella, and two collections of short stories. His editing credits include (with Jan Kemp) the trilogy of audio / text anthologies Classic, Contemporary & New NZ Poets in Performance (AUP, 2006-8), but he writes in his Imaginary Museum about the myth of Captain Robert Falcon Scott, in “Homage to Roland Huntford”. Drawing on a vast array of research, Jack’s post makes for compelling reading and a warning to those who dare to question the myth ...












  • [2004]: The Aotearoa New Zealand Poetry Sound Archive. Compiled and edited by Jan Kemp and Jack Ross, with assistance from Edmund King and Mark King. Materials collected by Jan Kemp, Elizabeth Alley, David Howard with Morrin Rout, and Richard Reeve with Nick Ascroft. [40 CDs Audio / 2 CDs Texts: Collected 2002-2004]. (Auckland University Library: Special Collections, October 31, 2004).


















  • [2003]: Smithymania. (2003). Feature: New Zealand Electronic Poetry Centre. (March 12 - October 4, 2003).






  • [1986]: Victorian Dreams. Video written and directed by Jack Ross (Auckland University: English Department, 1986) [20 mins]. (Open Day: May 3, 1986).







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