Gregory O’Brien on poetry in 2014 with Kim Hill — looks unmissable with such a tremendous list of books to discuss

11:35 Poetry 2014 with Gregory O’Brien

Gregory O’Brien is a painter, poet, curator and writer, and his exhibition of paintings, Whale Years, is showing at Tauranga Art Gallery to 8 February 2015. He will discuss New Zealand poetry in 2014, with reference to the following books:

Young Country by Karry Hines (AUP, ISBN: 978-1-86940-823-7); The Night We Ate the Baby by Tim Upperton (HauNui Press, ISBN: 978-0-473-28839-6); You Fit the Descripton: the Selected Poems of Peter Olds (Cold Hub Press, ISBN: 978-0-473-29803-6); Sweeping the Courtyard: the Selected Poems of Michael Harlow (Cold Hub Press, ISBN: 978-0-473-27420-7); Si No Te Hubieras Ido / If Only You Hadn’t Gone, by Rogelio Geudea, translated by Roger Hickin (Cold Hub Press, ISBN 978-473-28658-3); Otari by Louise Wrightson (Otari Press, ISBN: 978-0-473-28879-2); Halcyon Ghosts by Sam Sampson (AUP, ISBN: 978-1-869-40816-9); Autobiog of A Marguerite by Zarah Butcher-McGunnigle (Hue & Cry Press, ISBN: 978-0-473-28412-1); Tree Space by Maria Macmillan (VUP, ISBN: 978-0-86473-928-5); Gathering Evidence by Caoilinn Hughes (VUP, ISBN: 978-0-86473-926-1); Horse with Hat by Marty Smith (VUP, ISBN: 978-0-86473-927-8) Sleeping on Horseback by Frances Samuel (VUP, ISBN: 978-0-864-73972-8); The Art of Excavation by Leilani Tamu (Anahera Press, ISBN: 978-0-473-29004-7); How Does it Hurt? by Stephanie de Montalk (VUP, ISBN: 978-0-864-73969-8 Dirty Politics by Nicky Hager (Craig Potton Press, ISBN: 978-1-927-21336-0).

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