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This is a bibliographical site which I maintain for my own convenience, as a one-stop shop for recording new publications and reviews - mainly because it's much more convenient to copy information from here than to have to retype it every time I have to compile another cv or book-list.

Anyone else who wants to is welcome to use it in the same way. Having spent so much time trying to reconcile contradictory bibliographies of the authors I'm interested in, I think the value of a single, authorised list of publications is indisputable. It's not so much conceit as good sense.

- Jack Ross


Powertool Records (c.2007)
[photograph: Scott Hamilton]

  1. Books:

    1. City of Strange Brunettes. ISBN 0-473-05446-9. Auckland: Pohutukawa Press, 1998.
    2. Nights with Giordano Bruno: A Novel. ISBN 0-9582225-0-9. Wellington: Bumper Books, 2000.
    3. Chantal’s Book. ISBN 0-473-08744-8. Wellington: HeadworX, 2002.
    4. Monkey Miss Her Now & Everything a Teenage Girl Should Know. ISBN 0-476-00182-X. Auckland: Danger Publishing, 2004.
    5. Trouble in Mind. Titus Novella Series. ISBN 0-9582586-1-9. Auckland: Titus Books, 2005.
    6. The Imaginary Museum of Atlantis: A Novel. ISBN 0-9582586-8-6. Auckland: Titus Books, 2006.
    7. To Terezín: A Travelogue. Afterword by Martin Edmond. Social and Cultural Studies, 8. ISSN 1175-7132. Auckland: Massey University, 2007.
    8. EMO: A Novel. ISBN 978-1-877441-07-3. Auckland: Titus Books, 2008.
    9. Kingdom of Alt. ISBN 978-1-877441-15-8. Auckland: Titus Books, 2010.
    10. Celanie: Poems & Drawings after Paul Celan. by Jack Ross & Emma Smith, with an Afterword by Bronwyn Lloyd. ISBN: 978-0-473-22484-4. Auckland: Pania Press, 2012.
    11. A Clearer View of the Hinterland: Poems & Sequences 1981-2014. ISBN: 978-0-473-29640-7. Wellington: HeadworX, 2014.

  2. Chapbooks:

    1. Guillaume Apollinaire. Aubade. Translated by Jack Ross. Illustration by Mark Haddon. Edinburgh: Drummond Press, 1987.
    2. Killing Time. Auckland: Perdrix Press, 1997.
    3. Ezra Pound’s Fascist Cantos (72 & 73) together with Rimbaud’s “Poets at Seven Years Old.” Translated by Jack Ross. Auckland: Perdrix Press, 1997.
    4. A Town Like Parataxis. Photographs by Gabriel White. ISBN 0-473-07104-5. Auckland: Perdrix Press, 2000.
    5. The Perfect Storm. Video by Gabriel White. ISBN 0-473-07350-1. Auckland: Perdrix Press, 2000.
    6. The Britney Suite. Auckland: Perdrix Press, 2001.
    7. A Bus Called Mr Nice Guy. ISBN 0-473-10526-8. Auckland: Perdrix Press, 2005.
    8. Love in Wartime. Wellington: Pania Press, 2007.
    9. Papyri: Love poems & fragments from Sappho & elsewhere. ISBN 978-0-473-12397-0. Auckland: Soapbox Press, 2007.
    10. Minotaur. Translated by Jack Ross. Auckland: Pania Press, 2009.
    11. Je donne à mon espoir. Translated by Jack Ross. Auckland: Pania Press, 2009.
    12. The Return of the Vanishing New Zealander. ISBN 978-0-9864507-6-1. Dunedin: Kilmog Press, 2009.
    13. The Argo & The Wahine. Story by Bronwyn Lloyd / Poems by Jack Ross. Auckland: Pania Press, 2009.
    14. Silhouette. Artwork by Bronwyn Lloyd. Auckland: Pania Press, 2009.
    15. Scenes from The Puppet Oresteia. Artwork by William T. Ayton. ISBN 978-0-473-18881-8. Rhinebeck, NY: Narcissus Press / Auckland: Perdrix Press, 2011.
    16. Fallen Empire: Museum of True History in Collaboration with Karl Chitham and Jack Ross. Dunedin: Blue Oyster Art Project Space, 2012.

  3. Edited - Books:

    1. [your name here:] Life Writing. Edited by Jack Ross. Introduction by Mary Paul. ISBN 0-473-09551-3. Massey University: School of Social and Cultural Studies, 2003.
    2. Golden Weather: North Shore Writers Past & Present. Poems edited by Jack Ross / Prose edited by Graeme Lay. ISBN 0-908561-96-2. Auckland: Cape Catley, 2004.
    3. Kendrick Smithyman, Campana to Montale: Versions from Italian. Edited by Jack Ross. ISBN 0-476-00382-2. Auckland: The Writers Group, 2004.
      • Kendrick Smithyman, Campana to Montale: Versions from Italian. 2004. Edited by Jack Ross & Marco Sonzogni. Introduction by Marco Sonzogni. Essay by Jack Ross. ISBN-13: 978-88-7536-264-5. Transference Series. Ed. Erminia Passannanti. Novi Ligure: Edizioni Joker, 2010.
    4. Where Will Massey Take You? Life Writing 2. Edited by Jack Ross. ISBN 0-473-09551-3. Massey University: School of Social and Cultural Studies, 2005.
    5. Classic New Zealand Poets in Performance. Edited by Jack Ross. Poems selected by Jack Ross and Jan Kemp. ISBN 1-86940-367-3. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2006.
    6. Myth of the 21st Century: An Anthology of New Fiction. Edited by Tina Shaw & Jack Ross. ISBN 0-7900-1098-4. Auckland: Reed Publishing (NZ) Ltd, 2006.
    7. Contemporary New Zealand Poets in Performance. Edited by Jack Ross and Jan Kemp. ISBN 978 1 86940 395 9. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2007.
    8. Orange Roughy: Poems & Stories for Tazey. Edited by Bronwyn Lloyd & Jack Ross. ISBN 978-0-473-13179-1. Auckland: Pania Press, 2008.
    9. Home & Away: Life Writing 3. Edited by Kathryn Lee & Jack Ross. ISBN 978-0-473-13539-3. Massey University: School of Social and Cultural Studies, 2008.
    10. New New Zealand Poets in Performance. Edited by Jack Ross. Poems selected by Jack Ross and Jan Kemp. ISBN 978 1 86940 4093. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2008.
    11. 11 Views of Auckland. Edited by Jack Ross & Grant Duncan. Preface by Jack Ross. Social and Cultural Studies, 10. ISSN 1175-7132. Albany: Massey University, 2010.
    12. Leicester Kyle. Koroneho: Joyful News Out Of The New Found World. Edited with an Introduction by Jack Ross. Preface by Ian St George. ISBN 978-0-9876604-0-4. Auckland: The Leicester Kyle Literary Estate / Wellington: The Colenso Society, 2011.
    13. Leicester Kyle. The Millerton Sequences. Edited by Jack Ross. Poem by David Howard. ISBN 978-0-473-18880-1. Pokeno, Auckland: Atuanui Press, 2014.

  4. Edited - Magazines & Journals [29]

    • The Pander 3-9. ISSN 1174-4030 (1998-1999)
    • Spin 33, 36, 39, 42 & 45. ISSN 0113-8227 (1999-2003)
    • brief 24-32. ISSN 1175-9313 (2002-2005)
    • A brief index: 1995-2003 / 2003-2005. ISSN 1175-9313. Auckland: The Writers Group, 2003 / 2005.
    • Landfall 214. ISBN 978 1 877372 93 3 (November 2007)
    • Poetry NZ 38. ISSN 0114-5770 (March 2009)
    • Bravado 19 (July 2010). ISSN 9-771176-339003 [guest fiction editor]
    • brief 50. ISSN 1175-9313 (February 2014)
    • Poetry NZ Yearbook 1. ISSN 0114-5770 (October 2014)

  5. Edited - Coursebooks, Monographs & Theses [17]

    • Rowan McCormick, Writers of Passage. Edited by Jack Ross. Preface by Mary Paul, with an Afterword by Eleanor Rimoldi. Social and Cultural Studies, 9. ISSN 1175-7132. Auckland: Massey University, 2008.

  6. Contributions to Anthologies [24]

  7. Exhibitions & Catalogues [5]

  8. Multimedia & Internet [51]

  9. Pamphlets [26]

  10. Poems [133]

  11. Short Stories [19]

  12. Articles [52]

  13. Reviews [107]


  14. Papers & Panels [114]

  15. Readings & Performances [129]

  16. Chronological Bibliography [389]






Tuesday

Chronological Bibliography (1982- )



Bronwyn and Jack at home
[photo: Katharina Jaeger (2011)]

Jack Ross:
Chronological Bibliography
(1982-2014)



Publications:

2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
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2007
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  1. (November 26) Anna Jackson, Helen Rickerby & Angelina Sbroma, ed. Truth or Beauty: Biographical Poetry by Participants in Truth or Beauty: Poetry and Biography, Victoria University of Wellington, 26-28 November 2014. Wellington: Seraph Press, 2014. 39-40.
    • Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz (24/4-15/11/09)

  2. (November 1, 2014- ) Poetry New Zealand Index: An International Journal of Poetry and Poetics (2014- )

  3. (October 28) (Ed.) Poetry New Zealand Yearbook 1 [Issue #49]. ISSN 0114-5770. Massey University: School of English and Media Studies, 2014:
    • "Editorial: From Dagmara to Lisa;” “An Interview with Lisa Samuels;” “Books & Magazines in brief: Alan Brunton, Beyond the Ohlala Mountains: Poems 1968-2002 / Kay McKenzie Cooke, Born to a Red-Headed Woman / Craig Cotter, After Lunch with Frank O’Hara / Alison Denham, Raspberry Money / Doc Drumheller, 10 x (10 + -10) = 0 / Eugene Dubnov, The Thousand-Year Minutes / Sue Fitchett, On the Wing / Alexandra Fraser, Conversation by Owl-Light / John Gibb, The Thin Boy & Other Poems / Rogelio Guedea, Si no te hubieras ido / If only you hadn’t gone / Sweeping the Courtyard: The Selected Poems of Michael Harlow / Michael Harlow, Heart absolutely I can / Chloe Honum, The Tulip-Flame / David Howard, The Speak House / Leonard Lambert, Remnants: Poems / Stephanie Lash, Bird murder / Cilla McQueen, Edwin’s Egg & Other Poetic Novellas / John O’Connor, Whistling in the Dark / Outloud Too (Hong Kong, 2014 / Lee Posna, Arboretum / Helen Rickerby, Cinema / Marie Slaight & Terrence Tasker, The Antigone Poems / Elizabeth Smither, Ruby Duby Du / MaryJane Thomson, Fallen Grace / Steven Toussaint, Fiddlehead.” Poetry NZ Yearbook 1 (2014): 7-10, 41-48, 224-37.

  4. (October 28) A Clearer View of the Hinterland: Poems & Sequences 1981-2014. ISBN: 978-0-473-29640-7. Wellington: HeadworX, 2014. ii + 190 pp.
    • Tanera Beag (3/6/81)
    • Antipodes (1998)
      Midsummer Xmas (22/12/97)
      Strange Meeting (3/1/98)
      Morning Swim (11/1/98)
      Commuter (5/1/98)
    • Except Once (17/3/98)
    • from Travel Sonnets (1998)
      Reading U. K. Le Guin (27/1/98)
      Simple (3/2/98)
      Rental (8/2/98)
      After Supervielle & Apollinaire (2/98)
    • A Clearer View of the Hinterland (7-10/7/98)
    • God’s Spy (1998)
      1 – Cover (20/2/98)
      2 – Code (6/3/98)
      3 – Stories (5/3/98)
      4 – Safe House (23/12/96)
      5 – Signs (27/4/98)
      6 – The Opposition (31/4/98)
      7 – Inside (31/4/98)
      8 – Blown (20/5/98)
    • Withdrawal Symptoms (26/1/99-24/6/2000)
    • Out Being Alienated (1999)
      1 – Came here the other night for a sticky (20/5/99)
      2 – The perfect mixer for the perfect city
      i – Viaduct Basin (20/5/99)
      ii – Whiplash (18/6/99)
      iii – The Street-Vendor (10/6/99)
      3 – Be honest (20/5/99)
      4 – Give me a reason to boogie down (22/6/99)
      5 – The perpetual time of never coming back (21/6/99)
    • Auckland Girl (9/2/99)
    • The Britney Suite (2000)
      Paul Celan, SCHNEEPART, gebäumt, bis zuletzt … [22/1/68]
      SNOWPART (24/10-30/11/2000)
      Wendy Nu, keith partridge y yo (6/9-21/10/2000)
      Paul Celan, ERZFLITTER, tief im … [20/7/68]
      ORESPARK (24/10-30/11/2000)
      Nouvelle vague (25/7-26/8-20/10-26/10/2000)
      Paul Celan, KALK-KROKUS, im … [24/8/68]
      CHALK-CROCUS
      Wendy Nu, mr darling writes to penthouse forum (6/9-21/10/2000)
      Paul Celan, DAS GEDUNKELTE Splitterecho … [5/9/68]
      DARK (24/10-28/11/2000)
      It’s always too late … (4-16/11/2000)
      Paul Celan, BEIDHÄNDIGE Frühe … [29/9/69]
      BOTH-HANDED (24/10-28/11/2000)
    • After Apollinaire (10/3/99)
    • from Tiger Country (2001)
      Tiger Country (21 & 28-29/3/02)
      Dumb (15/7/97-22/11/98-29/10/01)
      Civil War (30/1/01)
      Disorder and Early Sorrow (26/6-22/10/01)
      [your name here] (6-9/12/01)
    • Quasimodo’s Last Poem (7/9/99-18/2/2000)
    • Seven Levels of the Waterfall (2002)
      Letter (to Lien Stevens) (12/1/02)
      Trekking
      I – Hill Country
      Ban Rim Lai (6/1/02)
      Chiang Rai (6/1/02)
      In the Opium Museum
      II – Golden Triangle
      Mekong Sunset (7/1/02)
      Lao-Burmese Border (7/1/02)
      On the Frontier
      III – Air-con Bus
      Chris (8/1/02)
      Daniella (8/1/02)
      The Débâcle
      IV – Ayutthaya
      Victory Chedi of Naresuan the Great (9/1/02)
      The Squirrel (9/1/02)
      To the River Kwai
      V – Rafthouse
      Wat Tam Sua (10/1/02)
      Khun Phen (10/1/02)
      Erawan
      VI – Erewhon
      No Fear (11/1/02)
      ‘Show a little compassion, guys’ (11/1/02)
      The Massage Parlour
      VII – Bangkok
      The Golden Mountain (12/1/02)
      Eurotrash (12/1/02)
    • Stone Pine Lavender (15/12-19/12/2000)
    • The Return of the Vanishing New Zealander (2003)
      I ♥ NZ (11/2/99)
      NZ Golf (and English) Academy (31/12/98)
      Boi-Boi on Karaoke (29/12/98)
      Language School Picnic (28/3/98)
      Journey to the West
      1 – Evening (18/6-20/9/98)
      2 – Clouds (18/6-9/9/98)
      3 – Countdown (18/6-9/9/98)
      Index (27/12/01- 4/3/02)
      Mysteries: A Christmas Poem
      The stones have eyes …. (6/10-29/11/03)
      Brought down … (10-29/11/03)
      There is no same word … (2/9-29/11/03)
      In the Days of The Lord of the Rings (20-27/11/02)
      A Question of Faith (22-26/3/03)
      Bonfire Gothic
      1 – Dogshit at a distance (12/1-5/2/03)
      2 – Diaphanous sails (30/1-5/2/03)
    • Samsara – Breaking through (10-23/1/03)
    • Love in Wartime (2003)
      Carl sniffed (12/1-8/3/03)
      1 – Porphyry skyline (26/2-1/3/03)
      2 – Rhinoceros (13/2-1/3/03)
      3 – Entering the world again (11/1-2/3/03)
      SEX is natural (8-10/3/03)
      4 – Bright Flowers (10-11/3/03)
      5 – You just don’t have the sympathy (10/2-1/3/03)
      6 – Stops when you watch it (17/8/02-6/3/03)
    • The Miracle (4-13/8/06)
    • [with David Howard] Three Sisters (after René Char) (9-12/4/04)
      blue pharos love
      1 – in the urn of the second
      2 – twosies
      3 – shoulder your children
    • Zen and the Art of America’s Next Top Model (17-24/2/06)
    • from Roadworks: Auckland Geography (2006)
      O Canada! (30-31/7/03)
      Tentacles of Destruction (14 & 20-27/5/04)
      Asbestos Hands of Dr. J. (7/10/04-26/1/06)
      DEATH & BEYOND (2-5/6/03)
      Refrigerium (20-22/1/06)
      Birkenhead (21-22/11/03)
      A Sunday Walk (13-31/7/03)
      This DVD contains everything you ever wanted to know … (13-15/9/05)
      Newmarket (30/6-22/7/03)
      Unsuccessful Applicant for Neighbourhood Watch (29/9/05)
      Coromandel (26-28/7/03)
      Blinds (28/2-11/3/06)
    • Zero at the Bone (12-15/3/08)
    • Papyri: Love Poems & Fragments from Sappho & Elsewhere (2007)
      When you walked in … (13/1-27/2/07)
      The Villa of the Papyri (30/3-2/4/07)
      Sappho to Anaktoria (4/8-2/10/06)
      Recipe for Making a Dadaist Poem (4/2/07)
      Ode to Aphrodite (4/2-28/2/07)
      Life among the Surrealists (21-26/11/06; 4/2/07)
      Atthis (13/1-9/2/07)
      Mnasidika (13/1-11/2/07)
      Fragments (22/2/07)
      I love magnificence … (13/1-22/2/07)
      Dying is bad … (4/8/06-22/2/07)
      The Moon’s set … (13/1-22/2/07)
      This pretty baby is mine … (13/1-24/2/07)
      – Mum, I can’t thread … (13/1-24/2/07)
      Last night you slept on the breast … (13/1-24/2/07)
      We love to hear … (24/2/07)
      To a girl who doesn’t care for poetry (13/1-12/2/07)
      Juicy Root (13/1-27/2/07)
      Virgin (13/1-27/2/07)
      Sappho’s Epithalamion (13/1-10/3/07)
    • Eel (after Montale) (25-29/4/08)
    • from 31 Days (2009)
      April Fool’s Day (1/4-18/6/09)
      Hiding the Lunch (2/4-6/8/09)
      “The archaeologist of the present day” (5/4-18/6//09)
      Three fits (6/4-16/7/10)
      New Zealand’s Next Top Model Speaks (11/4-18/6/09)
      Substitutes only need apply (12/4-18/6/09)
      The Assassination Weapon (22/4-18/6/09)
      The Darkness (23/4-18/6/09)
      Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz (24/4-15/11/09)
      Mayday (1/5-18/6/09)
    • Last Conference before Passchendaele (24/12/09-8/2/10)
    • The Jay Poems (2012)
      Jay & the Mail-Order Bride (25/1-3/2/12)
      Jay as Line-Manager (2/11/11-3/2/12)
      Jay & the Great Storm (2-3/2/12)
      Jay Addresses the Troops (16-25/3/12)
      Jay & The Economics of Happiness (5-25/3/12)
      Jay on a Friday Night (28/3-25/4/12)
      Jay’s Fear of Retirement (29/3-25/4/12)
      Jay at the Pataphysics Conference (29/3-22/4/12)
      Jay Finds a ’40s Photograph (21-29/9/12)
      Jay on Fate (11/12/12-17/1/13)
      Jay at the Glowworm Caves (11/12/12-10/1/13)
      Jay Checks His Father into a Home (11/12/12-10/1/13)
      Jay Gets His Hair Cut at the Mall (13/12/12-10/1/13)
    • Lounge Room Tribalism (21/1-8/2/11)
    • from Jueju (2013)
      Transcultural Imaginaries (for Yang Lian) (18-23/6/13)
      Make-Up (after Wen Tingyun) (6/9-1/10/13)
      On City Streets (after Wang Anshi) (6/9-30/10/13)
      40 Bogan Anthems (after Axl Rose) (24/8-5/9/13)
      Inferno 13 (after Dante Alighieri) (21/8-1/10/13)
      Thinking of My Father (after Liu Ke Zhang) (6/9-17/10/13)
    • 12-12-12 (after Dante, Inferno 1: ll. 1-30) (11-18/12/12)
    • The Other Side (21-29/3/13)
      1914 – The Elberfeld Horses (21-23/3/13)
      1966 – The Unknown Guest (21-24/3/13)
      2013 – Rare and Obscure (21-24/3/13)
    • Howard (5-6/1/14)
    • Leaving Town (10-12/12/13)

  5. (September 23) “Leaving Town.” brief 51 – the outer link (2014): 5.

  6. (September 8) “From A Clearer View of the Hinterland by Jack Ross.” HeadworX Website [visited 9/9/14]:
    • A Clearer View Of The Hinterland (7-10/7/98)
    • Howard (5-6/1/14)

  7. (July 10) “Jay Checks His Father Into a Home.” Phantom Billstickers: Poetry on Posters Programme. Ed. Kelly Wilson & Iain Dalziel. Auckland, 2014.

  8. (June 25) Siobhan Harvey, James Norcliffe & Harry Ricketts, ed. Essential New Zealand Poems: Facing the Empty Page. A Godwit Book. Auckland: Random House New Zealand, 2014. 232.
    • Trying to Write (24/2-22/4/05)

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

  10. (May 16) “Green Movement: Review of Phillip Mann, The Disestablishment of Paradise: A Novel in Five Parts plus Documents (London: Gollancz, 2013).” Landfall 227 – Vital Signs (2014): 183-85.

  11. (April 14) “Paul Celan & Leicester Kyle: The Zone & the Plateau.” Ka Mate Ka Ora 13 (2014): 54-71.

  12. (March 12) (Ed.) brief 50 – the projects issue. ISSN 1175-9313:
    • "Editorial – Misha's Project" & "Reviews in brief: Lisa Samuels, Wild Dialectics (Bristol: Shearsman Books Ltd., 2012) / Richard von Sturmer, Book of Equanimity Verses (Auckland: Puriri Press, 2013)." brief 50 – the projects issue (2014): 3-5, 152-56.

  13. (February 6) Leicester Kyle. The Millerton Sequences. Edited by Jack Ross. Poem by David Howard. ISBN 978-0-473-18880-1. Pokeno, Auckland: Atuanui Press, 2014. 140 pp.
    • Introducing Leicester Kyle (13/3/12-23/11/13)

  14. (February 1) “Carnage in Cuba Street: Review of The Wind City, by Summer Wigmore (Wellington Steam Press, 2013).” Landfall Review Online (2014).


  15. (September 27) “3 Mayan Poems” & “Confessions of an Unrepentant Anthologist: Review of Jane Stafford and Mark Williams, ed. The Auckland University Press Anthology of New Zealand Literature (Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2013).” brief 49 (2013): 60-65 & 129-45.
    • Lacandon-Maya Poem (6-23/3/13)
    • Tzotzil-Maya Prayer (6-23/3/13)
    • Yucatán-Maya Hunting Song (6-23/3/13)

  16. (September 7) “Wearing their ethics on their sleeves: Review of Elizabeth Knox, Mortal Fire (Wellington: Gecko Press, 2013) & Mandy Hager, Dear Vincent (Auckland: Random House New Zealand, 2013).” NZ Books: A Quarterly Review vol. 23, no. 3, issue 103 (Spring 2013): 16-17.

  17. (August 31) “Trouble in River City: How I learned to stop worrying and trust poetics.” Poetry NZ 47 (2013): 93-103.
    • Last Conference before Passchendaele (24/12/09-8/2/10)

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

  19. (July 2) Graham Fletcher. Sugar Loaf Waka. Essay by Bronwyn Lloyd (Melanie Rogers Gallery: 3-27 July 2013). Auckland: Pania Press, 2013: 8.
    • Lounge Room Tribalism (21/1-8/2/11)

  20. (June 25) “Obituary – Dreamtigers: i.m. Sarah Broom.” Poetry Notes 14 (vol. 4, issue 2). ISSN 1179-7681 (Winter 2013): 6-8.

  21. (May 14) “Never Get Taken to the Second Location: Review of The Second Location. Stories by Bronwyn Lloyd (Auckland: Titus Books, 2011). RRP $NZ 30.00.” Landfall 225 – My Auckland (2013): 186-89.

  22. (April 27) “from The Jay Poems.” brief 47 – The Mid City Arcade Project (2013): 32-36.
    • Jay & The Economics of Happiness (5-25/3/12)
    • Jay on a Friday Night (28/3-25/4/12)
    • Jay’s Fear of Retirement (29/3-25/4/12)
    • Jay at the Pataphysics Conference (29/3-22/4/12)

  23. (March 14) “Tapa Notebook.” nzepc (2013).
    • Brooklyn Arts Hotel (6/7/11)
    • Paul Celan (after Matt Hall) (9/7/11)
    • Pity what you can’t change (20/10/11)


  24. (November 23) “Interpreting Paul Celan.” brief 46 – The Survival Issue (2012): 85-101.
    • What’s stitched (28/1-14/9/11)

  25. (November 14, 2012- ) Pania Press (Business): bijou publisher of original literary & artistic works, in small editions (2012- )

  26. (November 5) Celanie: Poems & Drawings after Paul Celan. Poems by Jack Ross, Drawings by Emma Smith, with an Afterword by Bronwyn Lloyd. ISBN 978-0-473-22484-4. Pania Samplers, 3. Auckland: Pania Press, 2012. 168 pp.
    • Introduction: The Twenty-Tear Masterclass (Jack Ross)
    • I: STEHEN [1952-1965]:
      1. Maïa [7/1/52] [5] (9/3-11/4/10)
      2. The Sun’s [1952] [22] (9/3-29/4/10)
      3. I heard [Autumn 1952] [23] (9/3-2/11/10)
      4. Already [30/3/54] [37] (9/3-11/4/10)
      5. Islandward [22/6/54] [42] (5/3-11/4/10)
      6. The Beach at Toulinget [Autumn ’54] [43] (9/3-25/4/10)
      7. You [20/11/54] [44] (5/3-10/4/10)
      8. So [7/4/55] [58] (9/3-29/4/10)
      9. Matter of Britain [13/8/57] [83] (9/3-29/4/10)
      10. The word [5/3/59 – 21/11/65] [106 / 302] (9/3-29/4/10)
      11. Heart (for René Char) [6/1/60] [114] (9/3-11/4/10)
      12. Hard [15/12/60] [130] (27/3-23/5/10)
      13. A Thieves’ and Beggars’ Ballad [2/61] [133] (27/1-7/8/11)
      14. The bright [5/11/61] [138] (5/3-9/6/10)
      15. The buzzard’s [21/10/62 – 19/3/63] [153 / 175] (9/3/10-27/1-6/8/11)
      16. This [3/11/62] [158] (5/3/10-7/8/11)
      17. Thinking [24/10/63] [176] (27/1-9/8/11)
      18. Hourglass [4/6/64] [184] (5/3/10-27/1-9/8/11)
      19. Those [January 1965] [212] (27/1-12/8/11)
      20. & our son [6/5/65] [221] (27/1-12/8/11)
      21. A roar [7/5/65] [222] (27/1-12/8/11)
      22. Souvenir of D. [10/5/65] [231] (27/1-14/8/11)
      23. Give the Word [14/5/65] [236] (5/3/10-27/1-14/8/11)
      24. Bowls [9/5/65] [236] (9/3/10-27/1-14/8/11)
      25. Banners [4/8/65] [253] (27/1-14/8/11)
      26. Rest [18/8/65] [264] (27/1-17/8/11)
      27. Come out Sun! [7/9/65] [275] (25/9/11)
      28. Chance [24/9/65] [282] (27/1-17/8/11)
      29. The ounce [25/10/65] [296] (5/3/10-27/1-17/8/11)
      30. Noisy [26/10/65] [300] (27/1-23/8/11)
    • II: IMMER [1966]:
      1. Depths [25/2-2/3/66] [359] (5/3/10-27/1-23/8/11)
      2. Molten gold [28/2/66] [359] (27/1-23/8/11)
      3. Hewed stone [17/3/66] [373] (5/3/10-27/1-6/10/11)
      4. Suffocating [20/3/66] [376] (27/1-24/8/11)
      5. Spiky [21/3/66] [379] (27/1-24/8/11)
      6. Underrun [26/3/66] [382] (27/1-26/8/11)
      7. Shame [26/3/66] [383] (17/1/10-27/1-26/8/11)
      8. Above our heads [28/3/66] [386] (5/3-25/4/10)
      9. Are [28/3/66] [386] (5/3-25/4/10)
      10. Dauntless [29/3/66] [388] (5/3/10-28/1-26/8/11)
      11. After abandoning [30/3/66] [389] (28/1-31/8/11)
      12. Irruption [31/3/66] [391] (28/1-31/8/11)
      13. True as a scar [26/3/66] [396] (5/3/10-28/1-31/8/11)
      14. Thoughtless [4/4/66] [398] (28/1-31/8/11)
      15. Rope [6/4 – 17/4/66] [401 / 408] (28/1-1/9/11)
      16. By ice fire [7/4/66] [402] (28/1-4/9/11)
      17. Forced to come down [7/4/66] [403] (4/5/10-28/1-4/9/11)
      18. & if [8/4/66] [404] (28/1-4/9/11)
      19. Torchsong [9/4/66] [405] (28/1-6/9/11)
      20. Mit uns [16/4/66] [409] (28/1-6/9/11)
      21. Wilderness [22/4/66] [412] (5/3/10-28/1-7/9/11)
      22. I’m writing down [23/4/66] [415] (5/3-25/4/10)
      23. Sacrificial troughs [27/4/66] [421] (28/1-9/9/11)
      24. Devastations? [1/5/66] [424] (11-3/10-28/1-9/9/11)
      25. Whistled up [2/5/66] [428] (11/3/10-28/1-10/9/11)
      26. My Dear [2/5/66] [429] (28/1-10/9/11)
      27. Bouts of sleep [13/6/66] [455] (28/1-10/9/11)
    • III: LE PONT DES ANNÉES [1967-1969]:
      1. Arrow-sister [24/5/67] [508] (28/1-12/9/11)
      2. Paired, by the Brâncuşi [4/8/67] [540] (28/1-12/9/11)
      3. Tow-barge [3/12/67] [595] (28/1-13/9/11)
      4. Lilac air [23/12/67] [595] (28/1-13/9/11)
      5. Gravediggers [25/12/67] [595] (28/1-13/9/11)
      6. Year opening [2/1/68] [595] (28/1-13/9/11)
      7. This world’s [5/1/68] [595] (28/1-13/9/11)
      8. What’s stitched [10/1/68] [597] (28/1-14/9/11)
      9. [Black Toll]:
        • [i] Relics of hearing [9/6/67] [599] (27/3/10-28/1-16/9/11)
        • [ii] Night rode him [9-10-11/6-10/9/67] [599] (27/3/10-28/1-16/9/11)
        • [iii] Shoals of mussels [14/6/67] [599] (27/3/10-28/1-17/9/11)
        • [iv] Weighed [15/6/67] [599] (27/3/10-28/1-17/9/11)
        • [v] Studded [16/6/67] [599] (11/3/10-28/1-18/9/11)
        • [vi] Gone [20/6/67] [599] (11/3/10-28/1-18/9/11)
        • [vii] Already we lay [24/6/67] [599] (11/3/10-28/1-18/9/11)
        • [viii] Mines [27-28/6/67] [599] (11/3/10-28/1-18/9/11)
        • [ix] Who [1/7/67] [599] (11/3-11/4/10)
        • [x] Loaded [5/7/67] [599] (11/3/10-28/1-18/9/11)
        • [xi] Green light [8/7/67] [599] (11/3/10-28/1-19/9/11)
        • [xii] Beacon- [8/7/67] [599] (11/3/10-28/1-19/9/11)
        • [xiii] Adjusted [17/7/67] [599] (11/3/10-28/1-19/9/11)
        • [xiv] That [17/7/67] [599] (11/3/10-28/1-19/9/11)
      10. Creeping weed [25/2/69] [639] (11/3/10-28/1-20/9/11)
      11. Hateful moons [21/3/69] [642] (11/3/10-1/2-20/9/11)
      12. In [29/3/69] [643] (11/3-25/4/10)
      13. Kew Gardens [6/4/69] [648] (11/3-25/4/10)
      14. Gold [12/4/69] [649] (27/3/10-28/1-20/9/11)
      15. The world [21/4/69] [651] (11/3/10-28/1-19/9/11)
      16. I see you [4-5/5/69] [653] (11/3-25/4/10)
      17. Above [9/5/69] [654] (11/3-25/4/10)
      18. There [13/12/69] [670] (11/3-11/4/10)
    • Poser [1967]:
      1. Leave [24/6/67] [676] (8/2-25/4/10)

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

  28. (September 24) “Channeling Paul Celan.” Rabbit 5: The RARE Issue (Winter 2012): 118-31.
    • Matter of Britain (9/3-29/4/10)

  29. (September 1) ““Review of The Little Enemy, by Nicholas Reid (Wellington: Steele Roberts Aotearoa, 2011).” Poetry NZ 45 (2012): 103-4.

  30. (July 1) “Closedown, hibernate, restart: Review of The Comforter, by Helen Lehndorf (Seraph Press, 2011) & Birds of Clay, by Aleksandra Lane (VUP, 2012).” Landfall Review Online (2012).

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

  32. (June 19) Fallen Empire: Maui in the Underworld, Kupe & the Fountain of Youth, Hatupatu & the Nile-monster: Three Play-Fragments from the Literary Remains of The Society of Inner Light. Attributed to Bertolt Wegener. Edited with an introduction by Jack Ross. Museum of True History in Collaboration with Karl Chitham and Jack Ross (20 June – 21 July 2012). Dunedin: Blue Oyster Art Project Space, 2012.
    • Introduction, by Jack Ross (19-20/5/11-9/1/12)
    • Maui in the Underworld
      • Opening Chorus: Tell me Muses (6-7/1/12)
      • Scene 1: Calypso’s Isle
      • Scene 2: The Seashore in New Zealand
      • Scene 3: Tartarus
      • Scene 4: The Whare in Hawaiki
      • Final Chorus: You can’t strike (7-9/1/12)
    • Kupe and the Fountain of Youth
      • Opening Chorus: He who sailed the deep (6-9/1/12)
      • Scene 1: The Seashore at Kapiti
      • Scene 2: Kapiti
      • Scene 3: The Pool of the Taniwha
      • Scene 4: The Seashore at Kapiti
      • Final Chorus: My friend I held so dear (6-9/1/12)
    • Hatupatu and the Nile-monster
      • Opening Chorus: Hatupatu (6-9/1/12)
      • Scene 1: The Pa at Taupo
      • Scene 2: The Pa at Taupo
      • Scene 3: Lake Taupo
      • Scene 4: The Pa at Taupo
      • Final Chorus: May he cross (7-9/1/12)
    • Notes & Sources

  33. (May 8) “Old Shore.” Trout 17: Home Spaces (2012).

  34. (May 6) “The Great White Silence” & “Review of Leicester Kyle’s Koroneho.” brief 44 / 45 – Oceania (2012): 56-76 & 206-7.
    • Tod und Verklärung (5-9/8/91)

  35. (April 1, 2012- ) JACK ROSS: Notes on NZ Poetry (2012). Jacket2: Commentaries.
    • [31/3/12]: Begin anywhere
    • [6/4/12]: The persistence of memory
    • [13/4/12]: Experiments with sound
    • [18/4/12]: Dancing on ropes with fetter’d legs
    • [27/4/12]: In small press land
    • [6/5/12]: State-of-the-Nation poems: Allen Curnow
    • [11/5/12]: State-of-the-Nation poems (2): James K. Baxter
    • [17/5/12]: State-of-the-Nation poems (3): Cilla McQueen
    • [26/5/12]: Work yet for the living: Hone Tuwhare
    • [1/6/12]: What's in the mags? brief 44/45
    • [8/6/12]: State-of-the-Nation poems (4): Ian Wedde
    • [15/6/12]: State-of-the-Nation poems (5): Kendrick Smithyman
    • [25/6/12]: State-of-the-Nation poems (6): Michele Leggott
    • [3/7/12]: Coda

  36. (March 31) “Lounge Room Tribalism.” periphery / to carry around: nzepc video project. (Melbourne, Australia, 8 July 2011)

  37. (March 30) “Marie de France: ‘Laüstic’ (c.1180).” Ka Mate Ka Ora 11 (2012): 75-88.
    • The Nightingale (31/10/11-14/1/12)

  38. (March 21) Paula Green, ed. Dear Heart: 150 New Zealand Love Poems. Godwit. Auckland: Random House New Zealand, 2012. 55 & 104-5.
    • The Miracle (4-13/8/06)
    • After Apollinaire (10/3/99)

  39. (March 1) “Cook on Easter Island” & “Never give up.” Poetry NZ 44 (2012): 83-84.

  40. (February 28) “Vampires.” Catalyst 9 – Export Quality (2012): 38-42.
    • Vampires (16/4/09-12/7/10)
    • Music by Chris O’Connor / Mark Tupuhi / Delaney Davidson / Julian Marchant / Benjamin James / Mataio Daniela / Jody Lloyd [Catalyst 9 #9 CD: 11]

  41. (February 26) Eye Street Book: Poems by Jack Ross, Raewyn Alexander, Rosetta Allan, Ila Selwyn, Alice Hooton, Jacqueline Crompton Ottaway & Lee Dowrick. Edited by Raewyn Alexander. ISBN 978-0-473-20575-1. Auckland: Bright Communications, 2012. 7-14.
    • Roadworks: City Geography
      1. Tentacles of Destruction (14 & 20-27/5/04)
      2. Tron (6/4-17/5/01)
      3. Slave 4 U (15/11-9/12/01)
      4. Signs & Portents (27/6, 29/3, 20/6, 13/7, 7/6 & 29/5-1/8/2000)
      5. School (4/8/99)
      6. Millennium Sermon (25/12/99-11/3/01)
      7. Poetry Weekend (28/3/98)


  42. (December 25) Britain’s Missing Top Model. Poem by Jack Ross. Design by Bronwyn Lloyd. Auckland: Pania Press, 2011.
    • Britain’s Missing Top Model (23/4-7/5/11)

  43. ((November 29) “Look and look again: Twelve New Zealand poets.” Jacket2 NZ Poetry Feature: with poets John Adams, Raewyn Alexander, Jen Crawford, Scott Hamilton, Leicester Kyle, Aleksandra Lane, Thérèse Lloyd, Richard Reeve, Michael Steven, Apirana Taylor, Richard Taylor, Richard von Sturmer. Edited by Jack Ross. Images by Emma Smith.
    • Introduction: Look, & Look Again – 12 New Zealand Poets. (8-9/11)

  44. (November 3) Leicester Kyle, Koroneho: Joyful News Out Of The New Found World. Edited with an Introduction by Jack Ross. Preface by Ian St George. ISBN 978-0-9876604-0-4. Auckland: The Leicester Kyle Literary Estate / Wellington: The Colenso Society, 2011. 7-9:
    • Introduction (9-10/10/11)

  45. (October 9) Lounge Room Tribalism. Poem by Jack Ross. Collage by Graham Fletcher. Design by Bronwyn Lloyd. Auckland: Pania Press, 2011.
    • Lounge Room Tribalism (21/1-8/2/11)

  46. (October 1) Blurb for Keith Westwater, Tongues of Ash (Brisbane: Interactive Press, October 2011).

  47. (August 25) “Foreword.” Lugosi’s Children, Curated by Bronwyn Lloyd (27 August – 1 October 2011). Auckland: Objectspace, 2011: 2-3. [PDF available at: http://www.objectspace.org.nz/publications/viewPublication.php?documentCode=2984].

  48. (August 7) “Lounge Room Tribalism.” Interlitq [International Literary Quarterly] 16 (August 2011).
    • I – Faux sauvage (21/1-8/2/11)
    • II – CYCLONE BABY (3/2/11)
    • III – You see the dilem (8/2/11)
    • IV – You are duty bound to (8/2/11)

  49. (July 29) Ila Selwyn & Lesley Smith, ed. The Winding Stair. Titirangi: Lopdell House, 2011. 22-23:
    • Hamilton Stations of the Cross (23-7/5/11)
    • Shorts:
      • At the Magician's House (23/4-9/5/11)
      • Destructive Element (3/2-9/5/11)

  50. (July 21, 2011- ) Creative Writing Circle (2011- )

  51. (June 22) “Featherston.” Starch 1 (2011): 71-74.

  52. (May 25) “Johnsons or Shits: Review of Mike Johnson, Travesty (Auckland: Titus Books, 2010).” brief 42 (2011): 40-44.

  53. (May 19) Scenes from the Puppet Oresteia. Text by Jack Ross, Artwork by William T. Ayton. ISBN 978-0-473-18881-8. Rhinebeck, NY: Narcissus Press / Auckland: Perdrix Press, 2011.
    • I – Iphigenia, or Happy Families
      • Chorus 1 – Cursed with prophecy (15-19/4/08)
      • Scene 1: The Palace at Mycenae (2008-11)
      • Chorus 2 – I ran through the wood (19/4/08)
      • Chorus 3 – Little girl lost (1/4/06-19/4/08)
    • II – Cassandra, or Payback is a Bitch
      • Chorus 4 – Joy lives with those (19-25/4/08)
      • Scene 2: The Palace at Mycenae (2008-10)
      • Chorus 5– Cursed with second sight (19/4/08)
      • Chorus 6 – See how Apollo (22/4/08)
    • III – Orestes, or Never say Never
      • Chorus 7 – The labour pains (22/4/08)
      • Scene 3: The Seashore at Tauris (2008-11)
      • Chorus 8 – There she goes (19-25/4/08)
      • Chorus 9 – Drops of Holy Water (30/4-12/5/08)
    • Epilogue
      • Chorus 10 – Noise is like flame (29-30/4/08)

  54. (May 17) “Questions of Structure: Review of John Newton, Lives of the Poets; Cilla McQueen, The Radio Room; David Eggleton, Time of the Icebergs.” Landfall 221 – Outside In (2011): 184-87.

  55. (April 16, 2011- ) Perdrix Press (1997- )

  56. (February 18-April 1, 2011) Leicester Kyle Texts: The Collected Poetry Books of Leicester Hugo Kyle (1937-2006)

  57. (February 17-April 2, 2011) Leicester Kyle: An Index to the Collected Poems of Leicester Hugo Kyle (1937-2006)

  58. (January 18, 2011) “Pale Star.” Pania Press.
    • Pale Star: K.M., 1923 [after Xu Zhimo] (7/4-24/7/09)

  59. (January 18, 2011) “Pale Star.” Mosehouse Studio.
    • Pale Star: K.M., 1923 [after Xu Zhimo] (7/4-24/7/09)

  60. (January 18) Pale Star. Poem by Jack Ross. Illustrated by Bronwyn Lloyd. Auckland: Pania Press, 2011.

  61. (January 6, 2011- ) Tree Worship (2011- )

  62. (January 6) Kendrick Smithyman, Campana to Montale: Versions from Italian. 2004. Edited by Jack Ross & Marco Sonzogni. ISBN-13: 978-88-7536-264-5. Transference Series. Ed. Erminia Passannanti. Novi Ligure: Edizioni Joker, 2010. 23-39:
    • Essay – The Poem Within: Kendrick Smithyman the Poet-Translator (21/3/04-1/7/10)


  63. (December 31) “Celanie: 5 Versions from Paul Celan.” brief 41 (2010): 54-59.
    • Maïa [7/1/52] (9/3-11/4/10)
    • Islandward [22/6/54] (5/3-11/4/10)
    • Matter of Britain [13/8/57] (9/3-29/4/10)
    • Heart (for René Char) [6/1/60] (9/3-11/4/10)
    • Kew Gardens [6/4/69] (11/3-25/4/10)

  64. (December 16) 11 Views of Auckland. Edited by Jack Ross & Grant Duncan. Preface by Jack Ross. Social and Cultural Studies, 10. ISSN 1175-7132. Auckland: Massey University, 2010. ii + 210 pp. 5-8; 155-76:
    • The Stokes Point Pillars (16-31/3/10)

  65. (November 19) “Hearts on the Run: Poetry Panels in Sydney.” All Together Now: A Digital Bridge for Auckland and Sydney / Kia Kotahi Rā: He Arawhata Ipurangi mō Tamaki Makau Rau me Poihākena (March-September 2010).

  66. (November 18) “A Short History of Fairytales.” One Brown Box: A Storybook Exhibition for Children, by Bronwyn Lloyd & Karl Chitham (6 November – 18 December 2010). ISBN-13: 978-0-9582811-8-8. Auckland: Objectspace, 2010: 27-37.

  67. (November 17) “One More Thing.” Broadsheet: New New Zealand Poetry 6 (2010): 24-26.

  68. (September 23) Kingdom of Alt. Short Stories & a Novella by Jack Ross. ISBN 978-1-877441-15-8. Auckland: Titus Books, 2010. [iv] + 240 pp.
    • Marginalia
      1. Trauma: Journal (14/4-21/5/98; 21/7-5/8/05)
      2. Haiku Diary (4/3-1/4/04; 29/8-12/9/05)
        • Haiku 1: Blue/red/blue chairs (4/3/04)
        • Haiku 2: Nancy turns her head (4/3/04)
        • Haiku 3: The cleaners leave (4/3/04)
        • Haiku 4: Moon through the trees (4/3/04)
        • Haiku 5: Better than a boy (6/3/04)
        • Haiku 6: Batteries (6/3/04)
        • Haiku 7: If you need a (9/3/04)
        • Haiku 8: Wild Appetite (10/3/04)
        • Haiku 9: When the bus doesn’t come (11/3/04)
        • Haiku 10: Street light (11/3/04)
        • Haiku 11: A plastic bag (14/3/04)
        • Haiku 12: Waiting for the bus (18/3/04)
        • Tanka 1: The gap between (18/3/04)
        • Tanka 2: ‘Just letting you know (18/3/04)
        • Time to Kill (29/3/04)
        • Tanka 3: a is red heart (1/4/04)
        • Tanka 4: sleeping rough (1/4/04)
        • Haiku 13: Soft darkness pressing in on us (18/4/01)
      3. The Isle of the Cross (18/9-4/10/05)
      4. The Purloined Letter (5-31/10/05)
        • Spleen (8/2/96)
      5. Notes found inside a text of Bisclavret (16/11/04-16/9/05)
      6. Finding His Stash (29/9-15/10/05)
      7. antaŭ la katastrofo / Before the Disaster (30/11/07-14/2/08)
        • I – Just because you’re rich doesn’t make you gay (30/11/07-6/2/08)
        • II – 30 at the roadworks = 50 (30/11/07-6/2/08)
        • III – Les montagnes sont des bâtiments (30/10/06-3/12/07)
        • IV – 3 Sisters (26/1-7/2/08)
        • V – Give Blood (26/1-7/2/08)
    • Coursebook found in a Warzone: A Whodunit (11/6/08-11/2/09)
      • U.P.: up (2/7-21/10/08)
      • Dream Poem 1: Stalin’s Raven (4/10/89-18/12/06)
      • Dream Poem 2: Party in the SCR (20/10/89-5/2/09)
      • Dream Poem 3: Book-Sale (24/10/89-5/2/09)
      • Dream Poem 4: A Glastonbury Romance (25/10/89-5/2/09)
      • Dream Poem 5: Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? (27/1/90-5/2/09)
      • Dream Poem 6: Claire’s Dream (21/5/90-5/2/09)
      • Dream Poem 7: Malcolm O (22/5/90-5/2/09)
      • Dream Poem 8: Ugolino (24/7/91-5/2/09)
      • Dream Poem 9: The War (18/1/94-18/12/06)
      • Dream Poem 10: Finland (31/5/94-5/2/09)
      • Dream Poem 11: Lion’s Head (19/6/95-18/12/06)

  69. (September 17) “Discussion of ‘Disorder and Early Sorrow’.” In 99 Ways into NZ Poetry, by Paula Green & Harry Ricketts. ISBN 978-1-86979-178-0. Auckland: Random House, 2010. 364-65:
    • Disorder and Early Sorrow (26/6-22/10/01)

  70. (August 24) “Celanie.” All Together Now: A Digital Bridge for Auckland and Sydney / Kia Kotahi Rā: He Arawhata Ipurangi mō Tamaki Makau Rau me Poihākena (March-September 2010). [visited 25/8/10]
    • Lunch [after Lady Daibu & Lydia Ginzburg] (28/4-11/7/10)
    • Three fits (6/4-16/7/10)
    • Mr Lennon [after Charles Darwin] (3/5-11/7/10)
    • Substitutes only need apply (12/4-18/6/09)
    • Maggie’s Farm [after Ian McEwan & Margaret Thatcher] (4/5-16/7/10)
    • “The archaeologist of the present day” (5/4-18/6//09)
    • Badlands [after Jonathan Raban] (22/4-16/7/10)
    • April Fool’s Day (1/4-18/6/09)
    • Leave [after Paul Celan] (8/2-25/4/10)

  71. (August 17) “Tuesday Poem.” Molloy * Notebook. Ed. Harvey Molloy.
    • The Darkness (23/4-18/6/09)

  72. (August 13) “from The Puppet Oresteia.” The John Dory Report 24 (2010): [17]-[27].
    • Chorus 6 – See how Apollo (22/4/08)
    • Chorus 7 – The labour pains (22/4/08)

  73. (July 19) “Tuesday Poem.” Molloy * Notebook. Ed. Harvey Molloy.
    • U.P.: up (2/7-21/10/08)

  74. (July 15) Bravado: A Literary Arts Magazine 19. ISSN 9-771176-339003 (Guest Fiction Editor).

  75. (July 9) “Memoirs from beyond the grave,” “Badges” & “Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz.” brief the fortieth 40 (June 2010): 9-13.

  76. (June 15) “In Love with the Chinese Novel: A Voyage around the Hung Lou Meng.” Titus Books website.

  77. (May 27) “The Sleep of Reason: Review of Jessica Le Bas, Walking to Africa; David Lyndon Brown, Skin Hunger; Bernadette Hall, The Lustre Jug; Kevin Ireland, Table Talk: New Poems; Frankie McMillan, Dressing for the Cannibals; Brian Turner, Just This: Poems; Richard von Sturmer, On the Eve of Never Departing.” Landfall 219 – On Music (2010): 185-89.

  78. (April 23) “Three Texts from Other Texts.” All Together Now: A Digital Bridge for Auckland and Sydney / Kia Kotahi Rā: He Arawhata Ipurangi mō Tamaki Makau Rau me Poihākena (March-September 2010).
    • Pale Star: K.M., 1923 [after Xu Zhimo] (7/4-24/7/09)
    • Foundry / Gefunden [after Goethe] (8/4-20/9/09)
    • Toys: China, 1908 [after Kathleen Phi-Chang] (9/4-18/6/09)

  79. (April 16) “Project Books.” Mosehouse Studio.
    • Already [30/3/54] (9/3-11/4/10)

  80. (March 31) “Situations i: Albany” & “Situations ii: CBD.” In Wildes Licht: Poems / Gedichte aus Aotearoa Neuseeland (English-German). Ed. & trans. Dieter Riemenschneider. ISBN 978-0-473-15909-2. Kronberg: Tranzlit, 2010. 70-74.

  81. (March 8) “from The Puppet Oresteia.” brief 39 (2010): 33-42.
    • Chorus 6 – See how Apollo (22/4/08)
    • Chorus 7 – The labour pains (22/4/08)

  82. (March 2) “The All-Star Travelling Gameshow,” “The Asbestos Hands of Dr. J,” “This DVD contains everything …,” “Unsuccessful Applicant for Neighbourhood Watch,” “Shorts: The pisshead chuckles …; The Swimming-Pool Wedding; Twisted Pippie Café; South; vie littéraire.” Poetry NZ 40 (2010): 76-81.

  83. (February 19) “Give Away.” Mosehouse Studio.
    • Silhouette (4/4-18/6/09)


  84. (December 25) Silhouette. Poem by Jack Ross. Designed by Bronwyn Lloyd. Auckland: Pania Press, 2009. 7 pp.
    • Silhouette (4/4-18/6/09)

  85. (December 17) The Argo & The Wahine. By Jack Ross & Bronwyn Lloyd. Auckland: Pania Press, 2009. 24 pp.
    • Argo (26/4-18/6/09)
    • Hiding the Lunch (2/4-6/8/09)
    • The Darkness (23/4-18/6/09)
    • Mayday (1/5-18/6/09)
    • Before the Storm (29/4-15/11/09)
    • [BL: The Last Letter (12-14/12/09)]

  86. (December 14) “New Zealand’s Next Top Model Speaks.” Massey University: Defining NZ (Summer 2009/10): 7.

  87. (December 7) “Scroll, Codex, Hypertext …” Contribution to the Flying Blind Symposium (3/12/09). Floating Cinemas Website blog:

  88. (November 3) “Troubling Our Sleep: Ted Jenner’s Postmodern Classicism.” Ka Mate Ka Ora 8 (2009): 46-66.

  89. (October 12, 2009- ) Projects.

  90. (September 25) “The Assassination Weapon,” “Anzac Day” & “Travelling to the Edge of Oneself: Review of Martin Edmond, The Supply Party.” brief 38 (2009): 46-48 & 89-93.

  91. (September 22) “Eel.” In Corno inglese: An anthology of Eugenio Montale's poetry in English translation. Ed. Marco Sonzogni. ISBN-13: 978-88-7536-203-4. Novi Ligure: Edizioni Joker., 2009. 218-19.

  92. (September 19) “The Return of the Vanishing New Zealander, Jack Ross, 2009.” Kilmog Press. [Available at: http://kilmogpress.blogspot.com/2009/09/return-of-vanishing-new-zealander-jack.html].
    • I ♥ NZ (11/2/99)

  93. (September 16) The Return of the Vanishing New Zealander. ISBN 978-0-9864507-6-1. Dunedin: Kilmog Books, 2009. 20 pp.
    • I ♥ NZ (11/2/99)
    • NZ Golf (and English) Academy (31/12/98)
    • Boi-Boi on Karaoke (29/12/98)
    • Language School Picnic (28/3/98)
    • Journey to the West
      1. Evening (18/6-20/9/98)
      2. Clouds (18/6-9/9/98)
      3. Countdown (18/6-9/9/98)
    • Index (27/12/01- 4/3/02)
    • Mysteries: A Christmas Poem
    • The stones have eyes …. (6/10-29/11/03)
    • Brought down … (10-29/11/03)
    • There is no same word … (2/9-29/11/03)
    • In the Days of The Lord of the Rings (20-27/11/02)
    • A Question of Faith (22-26/3/03)
    • Bonfire Gothic
      1. Dogshit at a distance (12/1-5/2/03)
      2. Diaphanous sails (30/1-5/2/03)

  94. (August 27, 2009- ) Social and Cultural Studies: Monograph Series – School of Social and Cultural Studies – Albany Campus – Massey University.

  95. (August 12) ““The Pedestrian Crossing.” Bravado 16 (2009): 7-8.

  96. (August 7) Hiding the lunch. 4 pp. (Auckland: pamphlet)
    • Hiding the Lunch (2/4-6/8/09)

  97. (June 16) “The Tolkien Industry.” Scoop Review of Books.

  98. (June 1, 2009- ) A Gentle Madness: A Catalogue of My Book Collection: Geographical by Locations & Indexed by Categories.

  99. (May 29) “Is there a future for the poetry blog?” Colloquium: “1,000 words or a picture: Could Poetry be a Contemporary Art?” Ka Mate Ka Ora 7 (2009): 26-29.

  100. (May 28, 2009-?) [Bronwyn Lloyd]: Daemons & Dream Children - The Secret Lives of Rita Angus’s Symbolic Portraits. PhD Thesis (University of Auckland, 2004-09).

  101. (May 6) ““In Love with the Chinese Novel: A Voyage around the Hung Lou Meng.” brief 37 (2009): 10-28.

  102. (May 2) “Zero at the Bone.” In Our Own Kind: 100 New Zealand poems about animals. Ed. Siobhan Harvey. ISBN 978 1 86962 160 5. Auckland: Godwit, 2009. 73-74.

  103. (April 18) “Refrigerium” & “Quasimodo’s Last Poem.” Love, War and Last Things. nzepc

  104. (April 14-July 22, 2009) [PhD Thesis]: Versions of South America. An Elusive Identity: Versions of South America from Aphra Behn to the Present Day (University of Edinburgh, 1990).

  105. (April 14-August 22, 2009) [MA Thesis]: John Masefield: Early Novels 1908-1911 (University of Auckland, 1986).

  106. (March 28, 2009-?) Contemporary NZ Writers Anthology: Comments, Creative Responses, Reviews & Seminars from 139.750: Contemporary New Zealand Writers in an International Context– School of Social and Cultural Studies – Albany Campus – Massey University.

  107. (March 28, 2009-?) Contemporary NZ Writers in an International Context (139.750 – School of Social and Cultural Studies – Albany Campus – Massey University).

  108. (March 17) “Nightingale Fever.” Some shells in a tobacco tin: Ruth Dallas, ed. David Howard. nzepc:
    • 1 – Fever, nagging pain … (22/10/96-26/7/2000)
    • 2 – A million ways … (31/12/98-4/10/08)
    • 3 – I don’t have … (15/6/99)

  109. (March 12) “Poetry NZ 38: Editorial.” Poetry NZ Website.

  110. (March 1) Poetry NZ 38 (Ed.) ISSN 0114-5770:
    • “Editorial;” “Jen Crawford;” “Books & Magazines in brief: Coral Atkinson & David Gregory, ed. Land very Fertile: Banks Peninsula in Poetry & Prose (Christchurch: CUP, 2008); Stu Bagby, ed. Just Another Fantastic Anthology: Auckland in Poetry (Auckland: Antediluvian Press, 2008); Helen Bascand, into the vanishing point (Wellington: Steele Roberts, 2007); Michael Harlow, The Tram Conductor’s Blue Cap (Auckland: AUP, 2009); John O’Connor, Parts of the Moon: Selected Haiku & Senryu, 1988-2007 (Teneriffe, Queensland: Post Pressed, 2007); Takahe 64 (Winter 2008).” Poetry NZ 38 (2009): 9, 10 & 107-8.

  111. (January 13) Traffic in Gold (Montana Poetry Day, 2008). Music by Anna Rugis / Poetry by Jack Ross. Auckland: Auckland Art Gallery, 2008. [77 mins].
    • Tristia 3.2. (15/8/06)
    • Tristia 3.3 (27/8/06)
    • Tristia 3.8 (27/8/06)
    • Tristia 3.10 (27/8/06)
    • Tristia 3.12 (27/8/06)
    • Tristia 3.13 (27/8/06)
    • Fever-dreams (31/3/07)
    • Tristia 5.7 (28/8/06)
    • Tristia 5.10 (28/8/06)
    • Tristia 5.12 (28/8/06)
    • Head-hunter (1/4/07)
    • Epistulae 1.2 (29/8/06)
    • Epistulae 4.7 (30/8/06)
    • Epistulae 4.10 (30/8/06)
    • Epistulae 4.14 (30/8/06)


  112. 2008 (November 30) “Jack Ross interviews Gabriel White on Tongdo Fantasia.” Gabriel White – artist website. 5 video clips:

  113. (November 23) Je donne à mon espoir. Auckland: Pania Press, 2008. 8 pp.

  114. (November 9) “Easter Ferry to Rakiura.” Magazine 6 (2008) [Ka Ora – Survival – Sobrevivência]: 94.

  115. (November 6) Minotaur. Poem by Jorge Luis Borges. Trans. Jack Ross. Designed by Bronwyn Lloyd. Auckland: Pania Press, 2008. 4 pp.

  116. (October 30) “Unsent Letter to a Celeb” & “Morning at a Language School.” In Just Another Fantastic Anthology: Auckland in Poetry. Ed. Stu Bagby. ISBN 978-0-473-13767-0. Auckland: Antediluvian Press, 2008. 42-43 & 64.

  117. (October 19, 2008-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.

  118. (October 19-December 13, 2008) Banned Books: Censored & Restricted Twentieth-Century Fiction: Administration - Assignments - Author Pages - Lecture Notes - Forum for Discussion (English 2: 666).

  119. (September 23) ““Extract from EMO” & “Climbing off the Barricades: Review of Tony Beyer, Dream Boat: Selected Poems & Stu Bagby, ed. A Good Handful: Great NZ Poems about Sex.” brief #36 (2008) – The NZ Music Issue: 31-40 & 114-18.
    • “The Cat.” Music by Padmanabha Fischlinger. [Brief #36 CD: 7]

  120. (September 21, 2008-?) Creative Writing Anthology: 139.123 – School of Social and Cultural Studies – Albany Campus – Massey University.

  121. (September 21, 2008-?) Life Writing Anthology: 139.226 – School of Social and Cultural Studies – Albany Campus – Massey University.

  122. (September 20) “from Before the Disaster.” Percutio 2 (2008): 74-80.

  123. (September 10) “Volcanic Glass.” In Len Castle. Mountain to the Sea: Ceramics / Poetry / Photographs. Ed. Tanya Wilkinson. ISBN 978-0-473-13835-6. Napier: Hawke’s Bay Museum and Art Gallery, 2008. 33.

  124. (August 30) “Ex Africa semper aliquid novi: Review of Alistair Paterson, Africa: //Kabbo, Mantis and the Porcupine’s Daughter.” Poetry NZ 37 (2008): 101-08.

  125. (July 10) (Ed.) ENG 220 / 356: Novels since 1900 – Administration Guide. Auckland University: English Department, 2008. 20 pp.

  126. (June 15) “Hot rolls.” In The Word for Food: Recipes and Anecdotes from members of the International Writers’ Workshop, and others. Ed. Joyce Irving. Palmerston North: Heritage Press Ltd., 2008. 98-99.

  127. (June 6) New New Zealand Poets in Performance. Edited by Jack Ross. Poems Selected by Jack Ross and Jan Kemp. ISBN 978 1 86940 4093. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2008. xiv + 146 pp. 47-51:
    • Except Once (17/3/98)
    • A Woman Named Intrepid (27/3-22/4/99)
    • Idyll (27/3-22/4/99)
    • Disorder and Early Sorrow (26/6-22/10/01)

  128. (May 28) Home & Away: Life Writing 3. Edited by Jack Ross & Kathryn Lee. ISBN 978-0-473-13539-3. Massey University: School of Social and Cultural Studies, 2008. ii + 156 pp. 6:
    • Xmas (21-26/11/06)

  129. (May 26) (Ed.) Rowan McCormick. Writers of Passage. Preface by Mary Paul. Afterword by Eleanor Rimoldi. Social and Cultural Studies, 9. ISSN 1175-7132. Auckland: Massey University, 2008. ii + 70 pp.

  130. (May 22) E M O. A Novel by Jack Ross. ISBN 978-1-877441-07-3. Auckland: Titus Books, 2008. [vi] + 258 pp.
    • E M O (10/4-14/7/05)
    • Burmese Days (20-23/3/03)
    • Trois filles de leur mère (24/11-2/12/01)
    • Free Love (20/11/04-25/4/05)
    • Marriage (14-26/8/99)
    • Monkey (10/8/07)
    • Metaphors of The 1001 Nights (30/6/95-2/8/03)
    • Jack’s Metamorphoses (15/6/97-23/8/98)
    • Evenings in the Blackout (27/10-19/11/98)
    • Dieting. I’m Hungry too (21/12/99-5/5/2000)
    • In the Cave of Henry James (16/6-28/7/2000)
    • The Britney Suite (25/7-30/11/2000)
    • Ancestral Voices (9/88-14/3/01)
    • Anamorphoses (22/4-4/10/02)
    • Love in Wartime (17/8/02-11/3/03)
    • Postcards (13/11/02-21/5/03)
    • Servants of the Wankh (23/12/02-24/1/03)
    • Suburban Apocalypse (13/6/01-7/11/04)
    • Days Under Water (27/11/01-24/4/04)
    • Citizens of the People’s Republic of Freaktown (27/11/03-14/3/04)
    • Muses (11/1-18/2/05; 13/5/05)
    • Papyri (4/8/06-2/4/07)
    • Tristia 3.2 (12/7-15/8/06)
    • Tristia 3.3 (13/7-27/8/06)
    • Tristia 3.8 (18/7-27/8/06)
    • Tristia 3.10 (11/7-27/8/06)
    • Tristia 3.12 (13/7-27/8/06)
    • Tristia 3.13 (13/7-27/8/06)
    • Tristia 5.7 (13/7-28/8/06)
    • Tristia 5.10 (13/7-28/8/06)
    • Tristia 5.12 (13/7-28/8/06)
    • Epistulae 1.2 (14/7-29/8/06)
    • Sleep Threshold – Hypnagogia (15-29/6/06)
    • Epistulae 4.7 (14/7-30/8/06)
    • Epistulae 4.10 (14/7-30/8/06)
    • Epistulae 4.14 (14/7-30/8/06)
    • Fasti V: 421-44 (27-28/9/06)

  131. (May 1, 2008) The Perfect Storm: “Fire,” “The Storm,” “Fusion,” “Poetry Live.” Haibun Today.

  132. (April 14, 2008-?) Travel Writing Course: 139.326 – School of Social and Cultural Studies – Albany Campus – Massey University.

  133. (April 14, 2008-?) Life Writing Course: 139.226 – School of Social and Cultural Studies – Albany Campus – Massey University.

  134. (April 14, 2008-?) Creative Writing Course: 139.123 – School of Social and Cultural Studies – Albany Campus – Massey University.

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

  136. (March 31, 2008) “The Cat.” Backing music by Padmanabha Fischlinger. Titus Books: A Platform for New Writing.

  137. (February 25) Orange Roughy: Poems & Stories for Tazey. Edited by Bronwyn Lloyd & Jack Ross. ISBN 978-0-473-13179-1. Auckland: Pania Press, 2008. ii + 74 pp. 51-55:
    • Out Being Alienated (20/5-22/6/99)
      1. Came here the other night for a sticky (20/5/99)
      2. The perfect mixer for the perfect city
        • i – Viaduct Basin (20/5/99)
        • ii – Whiplash (18/6/99)
        • iii – The Street-Vendor (10/6/99)
      3. Be honest (20/5/99)
      4. Give me a reason to boogie down (22/6/99)
      5. The perpetual time of never coming back (21/6/99)

  138. (February 20) (Ed.) 139.795: Recent Poets and Fiction in New Zealand. Massey University: College of Humanities and Social Sciences / School of Social and Cultural Studies, 2008.

  139. (January 20-February 13, 2008) [The Imaginary Museum of Atlantis]: Who am I ?: Automatic Writing.

  140. (January 20-February 13, 2008) [The Imaginary Museum of Atlantis]: Where am I ?: Cuttings.

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

  142. (January 19-30, 2008) Nights with Giordano Bruno: A Novel (2000).

  143. (January 16) ““from Ovid in Otherworld.: Versions from Tristia: Tristia 3.2, 3.3 & 3.10.” JAAM 25 (2008): 142-44.

  144. (January 12) “Aubade.” In A Good Handful: Great New Zealand Poems about Sex, ed. Stu Bagby. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2008. 20-21.


  145. (December 11, 2007-?) brief: Listings & Statistics for the Magazine formerly known as A Brief Description of The Whole World/ Abdotww / Description / Abdotww / Ab.Ww / Brief. &c.

  146. (November 23) Papyri: Love poems & fragments from Sappho & elsewhere. Auckland: Pania Press, 2007. 20 pp.
    • When you walked in … (13/1-27/2/07)
    • The Villa of the Papyri (30/3-2/4/07)
    • Sappho to Anaktoria (4/8-2/10/06)
    • Recipe for Making a Dadaist Poem (4/2/07)
    • Ode to Aphrodite (4/2-28/2/07)
    • Life among the Surrealists (21-26/11/06; 4/2/07)
    • Atthis (13/1-9/2/07)
    • Mnasidika (13/1-11/2/07)
    • Fragments (22/2/07)
      1. I love magnificence … (13/1-22/2/07)
      2. Dying is bad … (4/8/06-22/2/07)
      3. The Moon’s set … (13/1-22/2/07)
      4. This pretty baby is mine … (13/1-24/2/07)
      5. – Mum, I can’t thread … (13/1-24/2/07)
      6. Last night you slept on the breast … (13/1-24/2/07)
      7. We love to hear … (24/2/07)
    • To a girl who doesn’t care for poetry (13/1-12/2/07)
    • Juicy Root (13/1-27/2/07)
    • Virgin (13/1-27/2/07)
    • Sappho’s Epithalamion (13/1-10/3/07)

  147. (November 13) Landfall 214 – Open House (Ed.) ISBN 978 1 877372 93 3:
    • “Editorial – Terms of Engagement;” “Hitlerjunge Quex;” Reviews: “The Need to Gather Stones: Geoff Cochrane, 84-484 & Fiona Farrelll, The Pop-Up Book of Invasions; “At the Revival Meeting: Martin Edmond, Waimarino County and Other Excursions.” Landfall 214 (2007): 5-6, 79-80, 175-79 & 187-90.

  148. (November 11) “from Ovid in Otherworld.” Magazine 5 (2007) – Utu, Justice: 83-86.

  149. (November 6-December 3, 2007) Aotearoa New Zealand Poetry Sound Archive: Bibliographical Aids for the Use of Those Consulting the Waiata Archive (1974) and AoNZPSA (2002-2004) – Audio Recordings available in Special Collections, University of Auckland Library and in the Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington.

  150. (October 18, 2007-?) Works & Days – Curriculum Vitae: Biography – Bibliography – Chronology – Papers – Performances & other boring (but useful?) information.

  151. (October 3) Papyri: Love poems & fragments from Sappho & elsewhere. ISBN 978-0-473-12397-0. Auckland: Soapbox Press, 2007. 24 pp.
    • When you walked in … (13/1-27/2/07)
    • Sappho to Anaktoria (4/8-2/10/06)
    • Ode to Aphrodite (4/2-28/2/07)
    • Atthis (13/1-9/2/07)
    • Mnasidika (13/1-11/2/07)
    • Fragments (1) (22/2/07)
      • I love magnificence … (13/1-22/2/07)
      • Dying is bad … (4/8/06-22/2/07)
      • The Moon’s set … (13/1-22/2/07)
    • Fragments (2) (24/2/07)
      • This pretty baby is mine … (13/1-24/2/07)
      • – Mum, I can’t thread … (13/1-24/2/07)
      • Last night you slept on the breast … (13/1-24/2/07)
      • We love to hear … (24/2/07)
    • To a girl who doesn’t care for poetry (13/1-12/2/07)
    • Juicy Root (13/1-27/2/07)
    • Virgin (13/1-27/2/07)
    • Sappho’s Epithalamion (13/1-10/3/07)

  152. (September 19) “Notes found inside a text of Bisclavret.” Percutio 2 (2007): 60-69.

  153. (September 7) “The Purloined Letter.” brief #35 (2007) – A Brief World Order: 14-33.

  154. (September 1) “Irony and After: New Bearings in NZ Poetry.” Poetry NZ 35 (2007): 95-103.

  155. (July 4) “Satan’s School for Girls.” JAAM 24 (2007): 29-33.

  156. (June 7) “Noughts and Crosses.” In Poetry Pudding, ed. Jenny Argante. Auckland: Reed, 2007. 28-29.

  157. (June 6) To Terezín. Travelogue by Jack Ross, with an Afterword by Martin Edmond. Social and Cultural Studies, 8. ISSN 1175-7132 (Auckland: Massey University, 2007). ii + 90 pp.
    • I – New Europe (21/3-3/4/05)
      1. Auckland – Bangkok – Frankfurt (21/3-3/4/05)
      2. Farrell said … (21-22/3/05)
      3. Planet … (10/12/04-1/4/05)
      4. The Apartment (29/3-3/4/05)
      5. John on Prague (26/12/04)
      6. Jana’s Note (15/12/04)
      7. England … (23/3/05)
      8. A legless woman … (13/12-23/3/05)
      9. Matchboxes (22-23/3/05)
      10. Gypsies … (21/12/04-3/4/05)
      11. The Resistance (21/12/04-3/4/05)
      12. Voyeur (21/12/04-5/4/05)
      13. John on computer dating (15/12/04-23/3/05)
      14. Hospitality (31/3-1/4/05)
      15. First Attempt (22-23/3/05)
      16. The Ossuary – Das Beinhaus in Sedlec (18/12/04-23/3/05)
      17. Second Attempt (22-23/3/05)
      18. Black Light Theatre (22/3-2/4/05)
      19. We walked across … (28/12/04)
      20. Composed … (28/12/04)
      21. Signs (28/12/04)
      22. Terezín Memorial (28/12/04)
      23. Ghetto Museum (28/12/04)
      24. Creepsville (28/12/04)
      25. One Day to Go (28/12/04)
      26. Prisoner of Paradise (22-23/3/05)
      27. Prague Novel (29/12/04-31/3/05)
      28. Frankfurt (31/1-31/3/05)
    • II – The Golem (3-22/4/05)
      1. They’ve (20-22/4/05)
      2. If (29/3-3/4/05)
      3. Trying to Write (24/2-22/4/05)
      4. Tension (11/7/04-21/4/05)
      5. Our Lady (1/10/04-21/4/05)
      6. No (25-26/2/05)
      7. Your Past Life Ghosts (27/10/04)

  158. (May 17) “Haling Hesperus.” in An Elizabethan: nine letters in the name of poetry, by Elizabeth Smither, Paula Green, Murray Edmond, Michele Leggott, Janet Charman, Brian Flaherty, Sue Fitchett, Selina Tusitala Marsh & Jack Ross, presented to Elizabeth Caffin on the occasion of her retirement (Auckland: AUP, 2007).

  159. (April 24) Contemporary New Zealand Poets in Performance. Edited by Jack Ross and Jan Kemp. ISBN 978 1 86940 395 9. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2007. xiv + 162 pp.

  160. (March 29) “Pound’s Fascist Cantos Revisited.” Ka Mate Ka Ora #3 (2007): 41-57.
    • [Ezra Pound] Canto LXXIII: Cavalcanti / Republican Dispatches (25/7/91-5/97)

  161. (March 13, 2007) “Felton Mathew’s Spiderweb Plan” (from The Imaginary Museum of Atlantis) & “Nouvelle vague” (soundfile read with Dieter Riemenschneider & Miriam Smith). Gabriel White – The Avoriginal: Special Guests.

  162. (March 1) “That Hand,” “Funeral Sermon by the Shadow Spokespeson against PC,” “Some More of Your Friends from Nevada,” “Death & Beyond” & “Eva.” Poetry NZ 34 (2007): 76-80.

  163. (February 24) “For Leicester Hugo Kyle.” brief #34 (2007) – war: 6-11.

  164. (February 20) (Ed.) 139.326: Travel Writing – Internal Administration Guide / Book of Readings. Massey University: College of Humanities and Social Sciences / School of Social and Cultural Studies, 2007.

  165. (February 14, 2007) [with Bronwyn Lloyd] Biggie Shark & Biggie Whale. 4 pp. [pamphlet]
    1. Genesis (15/1/-8/2/07)
    2. Scripts (15/1/-8/2/07)
    3. Paisley (15/1-8/2/07)
    4. Kids at a Bus-stop (13/7-18/10/01)

  166. (February 3, 2007- ?) Papyri: Poems, Imitations & Translations.

  167. (January 20) Love in Wartime. Wellington: Pania Press, 2007. 20 pp.
    • Carl sniffed (12/1-8/3/03)
    • 1 – Porphyry skyline (26/2-1/3/03)
    • 2 – Rhinoceros (13/2-1/3/03)
    • 3 – Entering the world again (11/1-2/3/03)
    • SEX is natural (8-10/3/03)
    • 4 – Bright Flowers (10-11/3/03)
    • 5 – You just don’t have the sympathy (10/2-1/3/03)
    • 6 – Stops when you watch it (17/8/02-6/3/03)

  168. (January 11) “A Patina of the Antique.” Trout: online journal of arts & literature from aotearoa/new zealand and the pacific islands 14 (2007): 52.


  169. (December 25) Notes found inside a Text of Bisclavret. Illustrated by Bronwyn Lloyd. Wellington: Pania Press, 2006. 16 pp.

  170. (December 25) Love in Wartime. Wellington: Pania Press, 2006. 20 pp.
    • Carl sniffed (12/1-8/3/03)
    • 1 – Porphyry skyline (26/2-1/3/03)
    • 2 – Rhinoceros (13/2-1/3/03)
    • 3 – Entering the world again (11/1-2/3/03)
    • SEX is natural (8-10/3/03)
    • 4 – Bright Flowers (10-11/3/03)
    • 5 – You just don’t have the sympathy (10/2-1/3/03)
    • 6 – Stops when you watch it (17/8/02-6/3/03)
    • The Miracle (4-13/8/06)

  171. (December 13) “Your Past Life Ghosts.” Catalyst 5 (2006): 38.

  172. (December 13, 2006) “Gabriel’s Groundhog Day” (taken from the launch speech by Jack Ross). Window Online.

  173. (December 6) “for Leicester Hugo Kyle (b. 1937).” brief #34 (2006) – war: 6-11. [http://titus.books.online.fr/Brief/index.html]

  174. (November 29) Gothic NZ: The Darker Side of Kiwi Culture, ed. Misha Kavka, Jennifer Lawn & Mary Paul. ISBN-10 1 877372 23 4; ISBN-13 978 1 877372 23 0. Dunedin: University of Otago Press, 2006. 68-79.
    • from Tiger Country
      • I – Goodbye Love (10/1-22/3/01; 29/6/01; 9-11/9/01)
      • II – Tiger Country (21 & 28-29/3/02)
      • Disorder and Early Sorrow (26/6-22/10/01)
      • III – Breast Cancer Doesn’t Just Affect Women (31/10-2/12/01)
      • Last Night at the Party (29/6-19/10/01)

  175. (October 28) “[photograph:] Newmarket” & “Hitler’s Villa.” Tongue in Your Ear 9 (2006): 41& 60.

  176. (October 15-18, 2006) The Wooden Propeller: Egypt – Australia – New Zealand – Paris – Mexico – New York.

  177. (September 25, 2006-?) Pania Press – Hand-crafted covers, each of them unique, for original literary & artistic works in small editions.

  178. (September 12) “After Apollinaire” & “Paul Celan: Poems from Schneepart (translations into English).” Percutio #1 [prototype] (2006): 30-31 & 60-62.

  179. (September 9) “Sleep Threshold – Hypnagogia”& “Death of the Old Gang: Review of Sarah Broom, Contemporary British and Irish Poetry.” Poetry NZ 33 (2006): 80 & 96-101.

  180. (August 30) Myth of the 21st Century: An Anthology of New Fiction. Edited by Tina Shaw & Jack Ross. ISBN 0-7900-1098-4. Auckland: Reed Publishing (NZ) Ltd, 2006. 137 pp. 7-9, 84-94:
    • Introduction (16/10; 16-17/12/05)
    • The Isle of the Cross (18/9-4/10; 10/11-14/12/05)

  181. (August 22, 2006- ) Scheherazade’s Web – The Thousand and One Nights and Comparative Literature.

  182. (August 16, 2006-September 3, 2007) Moons of Mars – Welcome / to the new reality / Nothing’s stranger / than the will / to survive …

  183. (August 15, 2006-September 3, 2007) Ovid in Otherworld – Wild geese draw lines / across an amber sky / fish bask / in frozen rivers / generators die …

  184. (August 15, 2006- September 3, 2007) EVA AVE – Inheritor of silence / shall I be? / Black mass below us / above us / only sky …

  185. (June 14, 2006-?) The Imaginary Museum – Experiments in Genre (Work In Progress): City of Strange Brunettes. A Town Like Parataxis. Nights with Giordano Bruno. Chantal's Book. Monkey Miss Her Now & Everything A Teenage Girl Should Know. Trouble in Mind. The Imaginary Museum of Atlantis …

  186. (May 31) “Waitakeres.” Valley Micropress 9 (4) (2006): 8.

  187. (May 31) (Ed.) 139.123: Creative Writing – Administration Guide / Book of Readings. Massey University: College of Humanities and Social Sciences / School of Social and Cultural Studies, 2006. 31:
    • Coromandel (26-28/7/03)

  188. (May 12, 2006) [with Michele Leggott & Helen Sword] “Collaboration 7: gyres of moaning poppies.” OBAN 06 Online Poetry Anthology.

  189. (May 12) Classic New Zealand Poets in Performance. Edited by Jack Ross. Poems selected by Jack Ross and Jan Kemp. ISBN 1-86940-367-3. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2006. xiv + 146 pp. ix-xi:
    • Preface (16-19/7/05)

  190. (April 29, 2006) “Reviews of: Olwyn Stewart, Curriculum Vitae; Stephen Oliver, Night of Warehouses: Poems 1978-2000; William Direen, Jules.” Titus Books Website.

  191. (April 28, 2006) “Zen and the Art of America’s Next Top Model” & “Free Love.” OBAN 06 Online Poetry Anthology.

  192. (April 21 / June 1) The Imaginary Museum of Atlantis. A Novel by Jack Ross. ISBN 0-9582586-8-6. Auckland: Titus Books, 2006. 164 pp. [36]:
    • Ithaka (after Cavafy) (30/8-12/10/04)

  193. (April 19) “Invocation,” “Wang Po’s Preface to Poems from the Pavilion of the Prince of T’eng” & “In the Days of The Lord of the Rings.” Magazine Six (2006): The Key West Issue (Cycle Press – Key West, Florida): 100-102.

  194. (March 25, 2006) “Tracey Slaughter: Her Body Rises: Stories & Poems.” [Reprinted at Scott Hamilton, “brief #33 out now (phew!)” Reading the Maps].

  195. (March 24) “In Defence of Tracey Slaughter: Her Body Rises: Stories & Poems;” “Smithyman Goes Online: Collected Poems 1943-1995 by Kendrick Smithyman, ed. Margaret Edgcumbe & Peter Simpson; ” “From the Twilight Kingdom: Olwyn Stewart, Curriculum Vitae;” & “Ancestral Voices, I.” brief #33 (2006) – exile and home: 35-37, 60-62, 106-8; 139-48.

  196. (March 4) “In the Shop of Wah Lee: Denys Trussell – poet, musician, ecologist.” Poetry NZ 32 (2006): 85-94.

  197. (March 3) “Mysteries.” Bravado 6 (2006): 33.


  198. (December 12) “After Apollinaire” & Christchurch Revisited.” Takahe 56 (2005): 13 & 20.

  199. (December 8) “The Kitset Love Poem” & “Aeroplane Poems.” Valley Micropress 8 (10) (2005): 17.

  200. (December 1) “from Suburban Apocalypse: Cabin Fever; The Drive-by; Oral; The Accident.” Catalyst 4 (2005): 67-71.

  201. (November 27) “Free Love,” “They’ve,” “No” & “E M O.” Magazine 3 (2005) [Aotearoa – Fernland – New Zealand]: 25-29, 126.

  202. (November 27) Summer Book from Eye Street. Edited by Raewyn Alexander. ISBN 0254-0193. Auckland: Bright Communications, 2005. 1-8.
    • Seven Levels of the Waterfall
      • I – Hill Country
        1. Ban Rim Lai (6/1/02)
        2. Chiang Rai (6/1/02)
      • II – Golden Triangle
        1. Mekong Sunset (7/1/02)
        2. Lao-Burmese Border (7/1/02)
      • III – Air-con Bus
        1. Chris (8/1/02)
        2. Daniella (8/1/02)
      • IV – Ayutthaya
        1. Victory Chedi of Naresuan the Great (9/1/02)
        2. The Squirrel (9/1/02)
      • V – Rafthouse
        1. Wat Tam Sua (10/1/02)
        2. Khun Phen (10/1/02)
      • VI – Erawan
        1. No Fear (11/1/02)
        2. ‘Show a little compassion, guys’ (11/1/02)
      • VII – Bangkok
        1. The Golden Mountain (12/1/02)
        2. Eurotrash (12/1/02)

  203. (November 20, 2005) “Dr Jack Ross on Stephen Oliver at the Titus Books Poetry Launch: Rakinos – 17/10/05 – 6 pm.” Titus Books Website. [Available at: http://titus.books.online.fr/html/Appraisals.html].

  204. (November 19) A Bus Called Mr Nice Guy. ISBN 0-473-10526-8. Auckland: Perdrix Press, 2005. [ii] + 50 pp.
    • Letter (to Gabriel White) (12/4/02)
    • Mysore
      1. Timekeeper to the nation (22/1/02)
      2. Black eyebrows nose (22/1/02)
    • Bangalore (i)
      1. It was waiting for me (23/1/02)
      2. Is it on the outside? (23/1/02)
    • Bangalore (ii)
      1. Soon to be full six (24/1/02)
      2. Self-conscious in a chair (24/1/02)
    • Pondicherry
      1. Long live classical divine Tamil (26/1/02)
      2. As crêpes they’re crap (26/1/02)
    • Thanjavur
      1. Always in a crowd (28/1/02)
      2. Put that pen away (28/1/02)
    • Madurai
      1. Once is never enough (31/1/02)
      2. Not knowing where we’re going (31/1/02)
    • Kodaikanal
      1. Van Allen Hospital (2/2/02)
      2. Black cow lies in the road (2/2/02)
    • Kodai / Kanyakumari
      1. Is this going to stay (3/2/02)
      2. They like to see me writing (3/2/02)
    • Cape Comorin
      1. The deer doesn’t enter (4/2/02)
      2. He is not a man (4/2/02)
    • Trivandrum
      1. They can make anything (5/2/02)
      2. Haunted eyes (5/2/02)
    • Kathakali
      1. A lot of action (6/2/02)
      2. This is my first (6/2/02)
    • Varkala
      1. Meine Damen und Herren (7/2/02)
      2. The tank’s refilled (7/2/02)
    • Quilon / Alleppey
      1. No-time the expanse (8/2/02)
      2. Helping the Down Trodden (8/2/02)
    • Fort Cochin
      1. Harbour full of islands (9/2/02)
      2. How do you like Kochi? (9/2/02)
    • Ernakulam
      1. Human contact (10/2/02)
      2. Do I exaggerate? (10/2/02)
    • Kochi / Bangalore
      1. Light on the tracks (13/2/02)
      2. One’s the buffoon (13/2/02)
    • Bangalore / Panjim
      1. The hooded horror (14/2/02)
      2. Sophie Marceau (14/2/02)
    • Panjim
      1. Fishermen (15/2/02)
      2. Inside the cabin (15/2/02)
    • North Goa
      1. I’ve caught up with myself (16/2/02)
      2. Palolem Vagatur (16/2/02)
    • Madgaon
      1. Is it the moment? (18/2/02)
      2. Ahead of myself (18/2/02)
    • Madgaon / Bombay
      1. White herons taking flight (21/2/02)
      2. Life must go on (21/2/02)
    • Bombay
      1. That is the biggest (22/2/02)
      2. I can laugh about it now (22/2/02)
    • Auckland
      1. New construction Amcare (25/2/02)
      2. An alien species (25/2/02)
    • A B C (5/4/02)

  205. (October 21) “Rough Day on the Gulf.” Valley Micropress 8 (9) (2005): 4.

  206. (October 17) “Sibylla.” Kokako 3 (2005): 52.

  207. (October 12) “Public Support 1.” Letter to The Critic 25 (2005): 13. [Available at: ].

  208. (October 3) (Ed.) Where Will Massey Take You? Life Writing 2. ISBN 0-473-09551-3. Massey University: School of Social and Cultural Studies, 2005. viii + 155 pp. [100 copies]. v-vi, vii, 126-27, 128-45:
    • Preface (4-5/8/05)
    • Where Will Massey Take You? (12-13/7/03)
    • [as “Claire Talbot”] Unpardonable Sins (20/8-4/11/97)
    • [as “Claire Talbot”] Trauma: Journal (14/4/98-1/8/05)

  209. (October 1-7) “Language School Picnic.” New Zealand Listener vol. 200 (3412) (2005): 44.

  210. (September 30) “The Old School after Twenty Years.” Valley Micropress 8 (8) (2005): 5.

  211. (September 6) (Pub.) K. M. Ross. Falling Through the Architect. ISBN 0-476-01578-2. Auckland: The Writers Group, 2005. [viii] + 286 pp.

  212. (August 26, 2005) “Introduction – Joanna Margaret Paul (1945-2003).” New Zealand Electronic Poetry Centre.

  213. (August 19, 2005) “A few thoughts on sampling.” Titus Books website.

  214. (July 18) brief 32 – Joanna Margaret Paul (Ed.) ISSN 1175-9313:
    • “Editorial – i.m. Joanna Margaret Paul (1946-2003);” “Muses (for Joanna Margaret Paul);” “Review: Briefs – The Brian Bell Reader; Alan Brunton, Grooves of Glory: Three Performance Texts; Sue Fitchett, Palaver Lava Queen; Michael Harlow, Cassandra’s Daughter; Anne Kennedy, The Time of the Giants; Michele Leggott, Milk & Honey; C. K. Stead, The Red Tram.” brief 32 (2005): 3-4, 95-98, 103-7.

  215. (July 14) (Ed.) 139.123: Creative Writing – Supplementary Readings: Poetry / Prose. Massey University: College of Humanities and Social Sciences / School of Social and Cultural Studies, 2005.

  216. (July 2) “Review of ‘Asclepius’. Poet Triumphant: The Life and Writings of R. A. K. Mason (1905-1971) & Lawrence Jones. Picking up the Traces: The Making of a New Zealand Literary Culture 12932-1945.” WLWE: World Literature Written in English 40 (2) (2005): 144-47.

  217. (June 15) (Ed.) A brief index: Supplement 1. A breakdown by issue & author of 3 years / 7 issues of brief, the magazine formerly known as: A Brief Description of the Whole World / ABDOTWW / description / ABdotWW / Ab.ww / brief. &c., June 2003 – May 2005. ISSN 1175-9313. Auckland: The Writers Group, 2005. 20 pp.

  218. (May 4) “Blues,” “Speaking of …” & “Birkenhead.” Spin 49 (2005): 60-62.

  219. (April 26, 2005) “Our Lady.” Fugacity 05 Online Poetry Anthology.

  220. (April 19) Trouble in Mind. A Novella by Jack Ross. ISBN 0-9582586-1-9. Auckland: Titus Books, 2005. [ii] + 102 pp.

  221. (April 1, 2005) “Ithaka (after C. P. Cavafy).” Poetry Live & four-by-two publishing. [Available at: http://groups.msn.com/PoetryLivefourbytwopublishing].

  222. (March 29) Tongue in Your Ear 8 (co-editor, with James Crompton, Ingrid Joachim & Judith McNeil) ISBN 0-476-01439-5:
    • “Ithaka (after C. P. Cavafy).” Tongue in Your Ear 8 (2005): [42].

  223. (March 5) “Reviewer” & “Cinema of Unease.” Poetry NZ 30 (2005): 87-89.

  224. (March 4, 2005) “God’s Spy.” New Zealand Electronic Poetry Centre.


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

  226. (November 30) brief 30 / 31 – Kunst / Kultur. (Ed.) ISSN 1175-9313:
    • “Editorial – WARUM die KUNST;” “Days Under Water;” “Review: Briefs – Murray Edmond, Fool Moon; Basim Furat, Here and There; Harvey McQueen, Recessional; Guyon Neutze, Dark out of Darkness; Mark Pirie, Bullet Poems: In Four Rounds, ed. “Recent New Zealand Poetry: 50 Poems by 50 Poets,” & ed. Tupelo Hotel: Winter Readings at Tupelo; Niel Wright, Only a Bullet will stop me now;” “Review: William Direen, Jules; ” “Editorial – brief goes political;” “Citizens of the People’s Republic of Freaktown.” brief 30 (2004): 3-4, 88-91, 109-11, 115 / brief 31 (2004): 3 & 5-6, 76-79.

  227. (November 21) “The Poetics of Stasis in The 1001 Nights” & “Review: Iain Sharp, The Singing Harp.” Magazine 2 (2004) [aroha, love, l’amour]: 7-18, 86-87.

  228. (November 10, 2004) Suburban Apocalypse. 12 pp. [pamphlet]
    • Cabin Fever (9/4-4/5/04)
    • The Drive-by (8/7/03-13/5/04)
    • Oral (1/4-4/5/04)
    • The Accident (13/6/01-13/5/04)
    • Blues (1/4-4/5/04)
    • Black Hundreds (4/7/03-7/11/04)
    • Ripping Nina (1/4-4/5/04)
    • Note on the illustrations (20/5/04)

  229. (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 (Auckland), Elizabeth Alley (Wellington), David Howard with Morrin Rout (Christchurch), and Richard Reeve with Nick Ascroft (Dunedin). [40 CDs Audio / 2 CDs Texts]. Special Collections Dept, Auckland University Library, 2004.
    • Recovery (22/10/96-15/1/97)
    • Antipodes (22/12/97-11/1/98)
    • Except Once (17/3/98)
    • Journey to the West:
      1. Evening (18/6-20/9/98)
      2. Clouds (18/6-9/9/98)
      3. Countdown (18/6-9/9/98)
    • Auckland Girl (9/2/99)
    • Evenings in the Blackout
      1. Documentary (27/10-18/11/98)
      2. Triptych (17-19/11/98)
      3. Home Beach (19/11/98)
    • A Woman Named Intrepid (6/12/98)
    • Idyll (27/3-22/4/99)
    • Proverbial Philosophy (28/12/98)
    • Tiger Country (21 & 28-29/3/02)
    • Index (27/12/01- 4/3/02)
    • Last Night at the Party (29/6-19/10/01)
    • Disorder and Early Sorrow (26/6-22/10/01)
    • Goodbye Love (10/1-22/3/01; 29/6/01; 9-11/9/01)

  230. (October 18) “A Question of Faith.” In “Recent New Zealand Poetry: 50 Poems by 50 Poets,” edited by Mark Pirie. Papertiger: new world poetry #04, edited by Paul Hardacre & B. R. Dionysius, 2004.

  231. (October 18) Kendrick Smithyman. Campana to Montale: Versions from Italian. Edited by Jack Ross. ISBN 0-476-00382-2. Auckland: The Writers Group, 2004. [ii] + 190 pp. 10-17:
    • Introduction (21/3/04)

  232. (September 28) “Six Days in Kuaotunu.” Kokako 2 [Spin 48] (2004): 51.

  233. (September 28, 2004) “Going West Five Years On.” Pander Online. [Available at: http://www.thepander.co.nz/literature/articles/jross200409.php].

  234. (September 17) Golden Weather: North Shore Writers Past and Present. Poems edited by Jack Ross / Prose edited by Graeme Lay. ISBN 0-908561-96-2. Auckland: Cape Catley, 2004. 244 pp. 12-16, 162-63, 209-10, 222:
    • Pure Enterprise: The Poetry of the North Shore (21/3/04)
    • Antipodes (22/12/97-11/1/98)
    • Vor Ausfahrt – Die Alten (Karl Wolfskehl)
    • Before Exodus – The Elders (17-21/2/04)
    • Except Once (17/3/98)

  235. (August 31) “Review of James McNeish, Dance of the Peacocks: New Zealanders in Exile in the Time of Hitler and Mao Tse-Tung & Vincent O’Sullivan, Long Journey to the Border: a Life of John Mulgan.” WLWE: World Literature Written in English 39 (2) (2004): 143-46.

  236. (August 25) Monkey Miss Her Now. Short Stories by Jack Ross. ISBN 0-476-00182-X. Auckland: Danger Publishing, 2004. 138 pp.
    • Monkey Miss Her Now [Mon coeur mis à nu] (by Jack Ross)
      1. Robinsonade (18/8-9/10/96)
      2. The Dream (7/8-8/10/96)
      3. Adiós DOS (2/7-4/9/97)
      4. Tango Summer (4/11-4/12/98)
        • Bookmarks (10-24/11/98)
      5. On Love (29/7-2/8/03)
      6. Tahiti in 1978 (22/9-17/10/00)
        • Flying the moon (11-17/9/2000)
        • Brought up on Homeric platitudes (30/8-14/9/2000)
        • I is someone else (4-17/9/2000)
        • Femme d’aujourd’hui (4-17/9/2000)
      7. The Great New Zealand Vortex (26/2-10/5/97)
        • Inconsequential (12/7/81)
        • The Great New Zealand Vortex (26/2-10/5/97)
      8. A Strange Day at the Language School (7-30/6/01)
        • Life Support (30/12/97-14/1/99)
    • Everything a Teenage Girl Should Know (by Lorraine West)
      1. The Yellow Room (31/8-1/9/01)
      2. Bird-girl (30/7-2/8/03)
      3. The Money Pit (3/8/03)
      4. The Red Room (28-30/8/01)
      5. Waiwera (4/8/03)
      6. The Blue Room (2-5/9/01)

  237. (July 17, 2004) [with Jan Kemp} “12 Taonga from the Aotearoa New Zealand Poetry Sound Archive.” New Zealand Electronic Poetry Centre
  238. .
  239. (July 12) “‘I dreamed your book was written …’ Review of Young Knowledge: the Poems of Robin Hyde, ed. Michele Leggott.” JNZL: Journal of New Zealand Literature 22 (2004): 180-90.

  240. (June 11) “Bodily Rememberment” & “Burmese Days.” In Tupelo Hotel: Winter Readings at Tupelo. Ed. Mark Pirie. ISBN 1-86942-046-2. Paekakariki: Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2004: 30-31.

  241. (May 20, 2004) Suburban Apocalypse. 8 pp. [pamphlet].
    • Cabin Fever (9/4-4/5/04)
    • The Drive-by (8/7/03-13/5/04)
    • Oral (1/4-4/5/04)
    • The Accident (13/6/01-13/5/04)
    • Ripping Nina (1/4-4/5/04)
    • Note on the illustrations (20/5/04)

  242. (May 13) “Cruisy Morning, eh?” & O Canada!” Bravado 2 (2004): 22.

  243. (April 17) “The Existential Dracula.” Spin 47 (2004): 63.

  244. (April 2) brief 29 – more fun than you’ve ever seen. (Ed.) ISSN 1175-9313 [100 copies]
    • “Editorial –The Secrets behind my Smile,” “The Inorganic Collection,” “Postcards,” “Review: Briefs: Paul Hardacre, The Year Nothing; David Howard & Fiona Pardington, How to Occupy Our Selves; Anne Kennedy, Sing-Song; Graham Lindsay, Lazy Wind Poems; John O’Connor & Eric Mould, Working Voices; Alistair Paterson, Summer on the Côte d’Azur; Mark Pirie, Dumber; John Pule, Tagata Kapakiloi: Restless People,” “Review: R. A. K. Mason, Four Short Stories & Maurice Duggan, A Voice for the Minotaur.” brief 29 (2004): 3-4, 23, 62-65, 81-84, 87-88.

  245. (March 25, 2004) [as “Lorraine West”] “Bird Girl.” [part 2 of 2] evasion online. [Available at: http://www.evasion.co.nz/main/more/fiction/42b1b4818ba2bbda07cfceba8604d903.html].

  246. (March 18) (Ed.) 139.226: Life Writing – Supplemental Readings 2004. Massey University: College of Humanities and Social Sciences / School of Social and Cultural Studies, 2004. 51-55:
    • A Strange Day at the Language School (7-30/6/01)

  247. (March 5, 2004) “A Conversation with Graham Lindsay.” nzepc.

  248. (February 26) “A Sunday Walk” & “Coromandel.” Poetry NZ 28 (2004): 91-92.

  249. (February 23) Jenny Lawn & Jack Ross, eds, 139.177: Written Communication for Science Students Coursebook 2004. Massey University: College of Humanities and Social Sciences / School of Social and Cultural Studies, 2004.

  250. (February 4) “There’s Something about Chantal” & “All at Sea.” JAAM 21: “Greatest Hits.” Eds. Michael O’Leary & Mark Pirie. ISBN 1-86942-038-1. Wellington: JAAM Publishing Collective & HeadworX / Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2004: 168-70.


  251. (December 15, 2003) [as “Lorraine West”] “Bird Girl.” [part 1 of 2] evasion online 2 (7). [Available at: http://www.evasion.co.nz/main/issues/december03/four.html].

  252. (December 12, 2003) 4 pp. [pamphlet:]
    • Mysteries: A Christmas Poem
      1. The stones have eyes …. (6/10-29/11/03)
      2. Brought down … (10-29/11/03)
      3. There is no same word … (2/9-29/11/03)

  253. (November 14) “Metaphors of the 1001 Nights” & “Review: Jill Chan, The Smell of Oranges.” Magazine 1 (2003) [loaded with arts, fire and boodle]: 36-38, 76.

  254. (October 28) brief 28 – Alan Brunton. (Ed.) ISSN 1175-9313:
    • “Editorial – In the Spirit of Crazy Horse” & “Review: Alan Brunton, Fq.” brief 28 (2003): 3-4, 116-22.

  255. (October 22, 2003) “Editorial – In the Spirit of Crazy Horse” & “Review: Alan Brunton, Fq.” New Zealand Electronic Poetry Centre.

  256. (October 4, 2003) “Smithymania.” New Zealand Electronic Poetry Centre.

  257. (July 30) David Howard, “A Photograph of the Poet: 1 – after Jorge Accamé (translated with Jack Ross).” In How To Occupy Our Selves. Poems by David Howard, Photographs by Fiona Pardington. ISBN 0-473-09436-3. Wellington: HeadworX, 2003: 39.

  258. (July 22) “Bonfire Gothic.” Kokako / Spin 46 (2003): 53.

  259. (July 11) Tongue in Your Ear 7 (co-editor, with Gregory Brimblecombe, Ingrid Joachim & Judith McNeil) ISBN 0-473-09619-6:
    • “Memories of Conan the Cimmerian.” Tongue in Your Ear 7 (2003): [19].

  260. (July 10) brief 27 – Season of the Remakes. (Ed.) ISSN 1175-9313:
    • “Editorial,” “Anamorphoses,” [as “Lorraine West”: “The Yellow Room”]; “Reviews: Leicester Kyle, Five Anzac Liturgies” [as “Michael Shield”: Sugu Pillay, The Chandrasekhar Limit.”] brief 27 (2003): 3-4, 74-76, 94-96, 98, 99-100.

  261. (June 16, 2003) “The Great New Zealand Vortex.” [part 2 of 2] evasion online 2 (5). [Available at: http://www.evasion.co.nz/main/issues/june03/two.html].
    • The Great New Zealand Vortex (26/2-10/5/97)

  262. (May 29) (Ed.) [your name here]: Life Writing. ISBN 0-473-09551-3. Massey University: School of Social and Cultural Studies, 2003. [x] + 140 pp. x:
    • [your name here] (6-9/12/01)

  263. (May 7) “Review: Smithyman, Imperial Vistas Family Fictions.” JAAM 19 (2003): 246-49.

  264. (May 3, 2003) “The Great New Zealand Vortex.” [part 1 of 2] evasion online 2 (4). [Available at: http://www.evasion.co.nz/main/issues/april03/two.html].
    • Inconsequential (12/7/81)

  265. (April 22) “Introduction to the Translations of Kendrick Smithyman” & (ed.) Kendrick Smithyman, “Eleven Poems in Translation.” Glottis: New Writing 8 (2003): 91-96; 97-107.

  266. (April 16) Spin 45. (Ed.) ISSN 0113-8227:
    • “Editorial,” “Murder One,” “Short Reviews: dreu harrison, dreaming of flight; Michal Ma’u, Taste of Fiji; Mark Pirie, Swing and Other Stories; Sarah Quigley, Love in a Bookshop or Your Money Back; Bill Sewell, The Ballad of Fifty-One.” Spin 45 (2003): 3, 47, 59-63.

  267. (March 27, 2003) from “Servants of the Wankh.” evasion online 2 (3). [Available at: http://www.evasion.co.nz/main/issues/january03/poem2.html].
    • New Year in Mission Bay (2-8/1/03)
    • Dogs and Flies (25/10/96-23/1/03)
    • Valentine’s Day (10-12/1/03)
    • Samsara – Breaking through (10-23/1/03)

  268. (March 25) “New Year in Mission Bay” & “Samsara – Breaking through.” evasion – life advanced 2.1 (2003): 18 & 21.

  269. (March 24, 2003) Love in Wartime. 16 pp. [pamphlet]
    • Carl sniffed (12/1-8/3/03)
    • 1 – Porphyry skyline (26/2-1/3/03)
    • 2 – Rhinoceros (13/2-1/3/03)
    • 3 – Entering the world again (11/1-2/3/03)
    • SEX is natural (8-10/3/03)
    • 4 – Bright Flowers (10-11/3/03)
    • 5 – You just don’t have the sympathy (10/2-1/3/03)
    • 6 – Stops when you watch it (17/8/02-6/3/03)

  270. (March 12, 2003) “Kendrick Smithyman: Uncollected Northland Poems,” ed. Jack Ross & “Life with Kendrick: A Conversation with Margaret Edgcumbe.” New Zealand Electronic Poetry Centre.

  271. (February 27) “Signs,” “Quasimodo’s Last Poem” & “New Zealand Golf (and English) Academy.” Poetry NZ 26 (2003): 83-85.

  272. (February 26) (Ed.) A brief index: A breakdown by issue & author of 7 years / 26 issues of brief, the magazine formerly known as: A Brief Description of the Whole World / ABDOTWW / description / ABdotWW / Ab.ww / brief. &c., December 1995 – January 2003. ISSN 1175-9313. Auckland: The Writers Group, 2003. 48 pp.

  273. (February 25) brief 26 – Smithymania. (Ed.) ISSN 1175-9313:
    • “Editorial,” “Kendrick Smithyman: A Chronology,” “Jack’s Hole,” [Ed.] “Kendrick Smithyman: Uncollected Northland Poems,” “The Firpo Essay” “Occasional Verses,” [Interview with Margaret Edgcumbe:] “Life with Kendrick,” “Review: Smithyman, Imperial Vistas Family Fictions.” brief 26 (2003): 3-4, 5-8, 9, 19-50, 56, 92, 103-09, 115-116.

  274. (January 20) Janet Holst & Karen Rhodes, eds, 139.107: Written Communication Coursebook 2003, revised by Jack Ross. Massey University: College of Humanities and Social Sciences / School of Social and Cultural Studies, 2003.

  275. (January 17) “Photograph of the Poet: 1 – after Jorge Accamé” [translated with David Howard].” Masthead 6 (2002/3). [Available at: http://au.geocities.com/masthead_2/temp/photo.html].


  276. (December 19) “Going In” & “Staying Out.” Spin 44 (2002): 36-37.

  277. (December 17, 2002) Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year. 2 pp. [Card]
    • In the Days of The Lord of the Rings (20-27/11/02)

  278. (December 6, 2002) “Alan Brunton, my publisher” & “Stone Pine Lavender.” New Zealand Electronic Poetry Centre.

  279. (December 5) “Tiger Country;” “from A Bus Called Mr Nice Guy: Misadventures in India.” JAAM 18 (2002): 90-100:
    • Pondicherry (26/1/02)
    • Madurai (31/1/02)
    • Kodaikanal (2/2/02)
    • Trivandrum (5/2/02)
    • Quilon / Alleppey (8/2/02)
    • Kochi (9/2/02)
    • Panjim (15/2/02)
    • Madgaon / Bombay (21/2/02)
    • Bombay (22/2/02)

  280. (November 29, 2002) “Bronze” & “[Tuesday, 11th January – 3.05 p.m.]” HeadworX Publishers Website. [Available at: http://headworx.eyesis.co.nz/poetry/chantal_sample.php3].

  281. (October 26) Chantal’s Book. ISBN 0-473-08744-8. Wellington: HeadworX, 2002. 112 pp.
    • Bronze (20/2-2/12/98)
    • Melting the Ice-Block (27-28/12/98)
    • E-Mailing Venus (4/12/98)
    • A Woman Named Intrepid (6/12/98)
    • There’s Something about Chantal … (20/12/98)
    • Situations i: Albany
      1. Edge City (21/7/98)
      2. Between OR and Main Campus (10/9/98)
    • Situations ii: CBD
      1. Auckland nach dem Regen (13/7/98)
      2. Between “The Newton Boys” and “The Big Hit” (31/7/98)
    • Situations iii: Tauranga
      1. Poetry Festival (29/3/98)
      2. Girls on Film (11/9/98)
    • Situations iv: Coromandel (2/9/98)
    • Chantal at an Opening (11/12/98)
    • Chantal’s Housewarming (11/12/98)
    • Christmas Cards – Tension Headache – The Madwoman in the Bus – Her Plastic Shopping Bags – Thoughts of Jackie-Anne (11/12/98)
    • Lock, Stock , and … (22/12/98)
    • All at Sea (23/12/98)
    • Proverbial Philosophy (28/12/98)
    • Not the Director’s Cut (6/1/99)
    • Body Fictions
      1. Water-marbling (7/1/99)
      2. Insight in (12/10/98-16/1/99)
      3. The music of the rain (4/7-14/10/98)
    • Valentine’s Day ’99 (11/2/99)
    • The Consolations of Chantal
      1. Mute (13/7/98)
      2. Walk Back (16/10/98)
      3. The Mask of Zorro (17/9/98)
      4. Bound (15/10/98)
      5. Aztec (15/10/98)
    • Freeman’s Bay (20/2-25/3/99)
    • Sound Culture (13/3-9/4/99)
    • The Reason Why (21/3/99)
    • Idyll (27/3-22/4/99)
    • Phoenix (after Giordano Bruno):
      1. Tell Briar I got a hammer (28/4/99)
      2. life is not in our hands … (28/9/98-29/4/99)
      3. les sages et beaux paysages (30/4/99)
    • Dream-Chantal
      1. ACTS (15/6/99)
      2. Whatever you do (30/6/99)
    • Life-Mask (21/7/99)
    • Chantal: A Creed (4/8/99)
    • Beloved (13-14/8/99)
    • Lessons of the Genji: Around the South Island at New Year
      • Gathering I: Motueka Midday (30/12/99)
      • Gathering II: Canaan Downs (31/12/99)
      • Gathering III: Zone Five (31/12/99)
      • Shades of Meaning at Cape Foulwind (5/1/2000)
      • Time and Space on the Okari River (5/1/2000)
      • Perseverence Rd (7/1/2000)
      • Gematria on the Great Divide (7/1/2000)
      • ART (7/1/2000)
      • Death and The Maiden (14/1/2000)
      • Approaches to Aoraki (16/1/2000)
      • Tautuku Bush Walk (20/1/2000)
      • Waituna Gorge (21/1/2000)
      • In the Footsteps of Ice Giants (24/1/2000)
      • Extreme Green (25/1/2000)
      • Der Berggeist (26/1/2000)
      • Now Entering Parnassus (31/1/2000)
      • Christchurch from the Air (4/2/2000)
      • Chaos AD (4/2/2000)
      • What You Read in My Diary (11/2/2000)
      • The Bachelors of the Quintessence (11/2/2000)

  282. (October 7) brief 25 – trains at a glance. (Ed.) ISSN 1175-9313:
    • “Editorial,” “Hong Kong – 2001,” [Edward Mulete] “Urgent: Assistance Required.” brief 25 (2002): 3-6, 13-16, 70.

  283. (September 17) “What is Auckland Poetry?” Five Bells vol. 9 (3) (2002): 14-15.

  284. (August 29) “Review of Stephen Oliver, Night of Warehouses: Poems 1978-2000 & Mark Pirie, Reading the Will.” Poetry NZ 25 (2002): 100-06.

  285. (July 12) brief 24 – less formal than bull. (Ed.) ISSN 1175-9313 [80 copies]
    • “Editorial,” “Hybrid Art,” “Review: Alan Loney, The Falling.” brief 24 (2002): 3, 41-44, 78-79.

  286. (July 11) “Dumb.” Tongue in Your Ear 6 (2002): 5.

  287. (July 6) “The scent never comes off again …” Spin 43 (2002): 30.

  288. (May 14) “A Strange Day at the Language School.” Landfall 203 (2002): 119-25 [shortlisted in Landfall Essay Competition].

  289. (April 3) “Tahiti in 1978.” brief 23 (2002): 36-50.

  290. (March 25) Spin 42. (Ed.) ISSN 0113-8227:
    • “Editorial,” “Wedding Poem for Alan and Corinne,” “Short Reviews: Jeanne Bernhardt, The Snow Poems / Your Self of Lost Ground; T. Anders Carson, A Different Shred of Skin; Leicester Kyle, The Great Buller Coal Plateaux: A Sequence of Poems; Mark Pirie, Reading the Will; Wensley Willcox, A Woman in Green; Helen Rickerby, Abstract Internal Furniture.” Spin 42 (2002): 3-4, 50-51, 60-63.


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

  292. (December 16, 2001) City Poems: with Compliments of the Season. 20 pp. [pamphlet]
    • Dumb (15/7/97-22/11/98-29/10/01)
    • Answers to Correspondence (11/3/99-10/3/01-26/10/01)
    • A Corrugated Garage-door in Fort St. (25/1-16/10/01)
    • No-one gets on or off (12/2-18/5/01)
    • Tron (6/4-17/5/01)
    • E (27/4-17/5/01)
    • Disorder and Early Sorrow (26/6-22/10/01)
    • Last Night at the Party (29/6-19/10/01)
    • Biggie Shark and Biggie Whale (13/7-18/10/01)
    • Civil War (30/10/01)
    • Breast Cancer Doesn’t Just Affect Women (31/10-2/12/01)
    • Going In (9/11-9/12/01)
    • Staying Out (9/11-9/12/01)
    • Intoit (12/11-8/12/01)
    • Memories of Conan the Cimmerian (15/11-9/12/01)
    • Slave 4 U (15/11-9/12/01)
    • Trois filles de leur mère (24/11-2/12/01)
    • [your name here] (6-9/12/01)

  293. (December 10, 2001) For Dades on his birthday. 4 pp. [pamphlet]
    • Answers to Correspondence (11/3/99-10/3/01-26/10/01)

  294. (December 9) “Nouvelle Vague.” Landfall 202 (2001): 111.

  295. (November 29) “SH1 near Taupiri” & “Tanlaw.” Spin 41 (2001): 49.

  296. (November 17) “Review of Shebang: Collected Poems 1980-2000 by David Howard.” JAAM 16 (2001): 171-75.

  297. (November 3, 2001) [Featured Poet:] 5 City Poems: “Tron,” “E,” “Disorder and Early Sorrow,” “Last Night at the Party,” “No-one gets on or off.” Auckland Poetry Website. [Available at: http://www.aucklandpoetry.com/poems.htm].

  298. (October 30) “Imaginary Toads in Real Gardens: Poets in Christchurch.” In Complete with Instructions. Edited by David Howard. ISBN 0-473-07646-2. Christchurch: Firebrand, 2001. 33-61.

  299. (September 4) “Translating Poetry.” Poetry NZ 23 (2001): 125-34.

  300. (August 11-17) “Withdrawal Symptoms.” New Zealand Listener vol. 179 (3196) (2001): 62.

  301. (July 20) Tongue in Your Ear 5 (co-editor, with Ingrid Joachim, Judy McNeil, Nik Smythe.) ISBN 0-473-07813-9:
    • “After Apollinaire.” Tongue in Your Ear 5 (2001): 96-97.

  302. (July 8, 2001) “ART” [from Poetry NZ 22 (2001): 17]. Poetry NZ Website. [Available at: http://www.geocities.com/poetrynz/Sample22.html].

  303. (July 5) “Case Studies.” brief 20 (2001): 23-29.

  304. (June 28) “Boi-Boi on karaoke” & “La fille que j’ai abandonnée.” Spin 40 (2001): 56.

  305. (June 21) Something Between Breaths: A Collection of Poetry from New Zealand. Edited by Patricia Prime. ISSN 0254-0193. Sell: Series in English Language and Literature, 54. New Delhi: Bahri Publications, 2000/1. 80-82:
    • Antipodes
      1. Midsummer Xmas (22/12/97)
      2. Strange Meeting (3/1/98)
      3. Morning Swim (11/1/98)
      4. Commuter (5/1/98)
    • I ♥ NZ (11/2/99)
    • The Reason Why (21/3/99)

  306. (June 21) “Antipodes,” “I ♥ NZ,” “The Reason Why.” Creative Forum: A Quarterly Journal of Contemporary Writing 13 (1-2) (2001): 80-82.

  307. (June 20) “Situations i-iv.” Australian Canadian Studies 18 (1-2) (2001): 189-94.

  308. (May 1) The Britney Suite, by Paul Celan, Wendy Nu & Jack Ross. Auckland: Perdrix Press, 2001. 24 pp.
    • [Paul Celan:] SCHNEEPART, gebäumt, bis zuletzt …(22/1/68)
    • Snowpart (24/10-30/11/2000)
    • [Wendy Nu:] keith partridge y yo (6/9-21/10/2000)
    • [Paul Celan:] ERZFLITTER, tief im … (20/7/68)
    • Orespark (24/10-30/11/2000)
    • Nouvelle vague (25/7-26/8-20/10-26/10/2000)
    • [Paul Celan:] KALK-KROKUS, im … (24/8/68)
    • Chalk-Crocus (24/10-28/11/2000)
    • [Wendy Nu:] mr darling writes to penthouse forum (6/9-21/10/2000)
    • [Paul Celan:] DAS GEDUNKELTE Splitterecho … (5/9/68)
    • Dark (24/10-28/11/2000)
    • It’s always too late …(4-16/11/2000)
    • [Paul Celan:] BEIDHÄNDIGE Frühe … (29/9/69)
    • Both-Handed (24/10-28/11/2000)

  309. (April 19) “Jack’s Metamorphoses (Part 2).” brief 19 (2001): 70-79.

  310. (April 9) The Writing Skills Workshop. Video / Workbook written and presented by Jack Ross, produced by Robert van der Vyver. Otago University: Higher Education Development Centre, 2001. 48 pp. [77 mins].

  311. (March 21) Spin 39. (Ed.) ISSN 0113-8227:
    • “Editorial,” “Stone Pine Lavender: i.m. J.K.B,” “Reviews & Comments: All Together Now: A Celebration of New Zealand Culture by 100 Poets, ed. Tony Chad; T. Anders Carson, Stain; John Geraets, ? X; David Howard, Shebang: Collected Poems 1980-2000; Leicester Kyle, Five Anzac Liturgies.” Spin 39 (2001): 3, 51, 64-66.

  312. (February 23) [Featured Poet:] “from Lessons of the Genji: Around the South Island at New Year.” Poetry NZ 22 (2001): 11-26.
    • Saturday, 1st January – 5.50 p.m.
    • Gematria on the Great Divide (7/1/2000)
    • Wednesday, 5th January – 1.40 p.m.
    • Shades of Meaning at Cape Foulwind (5/1/2000)
    • Tuesday, 18th January – 11.15 a.m.
    • ART (7/1/2000)
    • Tuesday, 11th January – 3.05 p.m.
    • Death and The Maiden (14/1/2000)
    • Monday, 17th January – 1.50 p.m.
    • Waituna Gorge (21/1/2000)
    • Monday, 24th January – 8.20 a.m.
    • In the Footsteps of Ice Giants (24/1/2000)
    • Sunday, 23rd January – 3.15 p.m.
    • What You Read in My Diary (11/2/2000)
    • The Bachelors of the Quintessence (11/2/2000)

  313. (January 23) “In the Cave of Henry James.” brief 18 (2001): 28-35.


  314. (December 18) “City Face.” In All Together Now! A Celebration of New Zealand Culture by 100 Poets. Edited by Tony Chad. ISBN 0-473-07325-0. Wellington: Valley Micropress, 2000. 85.

  315. (November 22) The Perfect Storm. Video by Gabriel White, Text by Jack Ross. ISBN 0-473-07350-1. Auckland: Perdrix Press, 2000. 8 pp. [12 minutes]
    • Fire (9/6 & 7/7 & 25/6-3/8/2000)
    • Grating your hand … (21/4/97)
    • The Storm (3/7-5/8/2000)
    • Don’t want no plot … (23/6/2000)
    • Fusion (9/6 & 26/6 & 1/6-4/8/2000)
    • Not the butterfly-collector … (22/6/2000)
    • Poetry Live (7/6 & 3/6 & 13/2-2/8/2000)

  316. (November 13) “Bronze,” “Home Beach,” “A Woman Named Intrepid,” “Chantal’s Housewarming,” “Christmas Cards – Tension Headache – The Madwoman in the Bus – Her Plastic Shopping Bags – Thoughts of Marianne,” “Review of Laminations by Murray Edmond and Charts & Soundings by Sue Fitchett & Jane Zusters.” JAAM 14 (2000): 48-52, 99-103.

  317. (November 10) “Burn Old Diaries.” Spin 38 (2000): 35.

  318. (November 8) Nights with Giordano Bruno. A Novel by Jack Ross. ISBN 0-9582225-0-9. Wellington: Bumper Books, 2000. [xii] + 224 pp. [74], [87], [105 & 153], [142], [150], [152], [211 & 215]:
    • Chi femmi ad altro amor la mente desta … (28/4/99)
    • One night of spindrift fog in London … (6/12/97-2/9/98)
    • Questa fenice, ch’al bel sol s’accende … (30/4-27/5/99)
    • Unico augel del sol, vaga fenice … (28/9/98-29/4/99)
    • Look at the picture dumb-ass … (30/9-13/12/99)
    • Vampires suck … (23/10-19/11/98)
    • The city is a hermetic jewel … (3/11/99)

  319. (October 19) “Angel.” In Jewels in the Water: Recent New Zealand Poetry for Younger Readers. Edited by Terry Locke. ISBN 0 9583655 4 7. Hamilton: Leaders Press, 2000. 88.

  320. (October 14) “Tango Summer.” evasion 2 (2000): 20-27.

  321. (October 1) A Town Like Parataxis. Text by Jack Ross, Images by Gabriel White. ISBN 0-473-07104-5. Auckland: Perdrix Press, 2000. 22 pp.
    • Swallows and Amazons (7/3 & 11/4-2/6/2000)
    • Cheating Heart (1/2/99-11/6/2000)
    • A Town Like Parataxis
      1. Winter’s Tale (16/5-7/6/2000)
      2. Walking Home on a Clear Evening (13/11/98-1/4/2000)
      3. Wysiwyg (8/4/99-29/2/2000)
    • At the Warhol Look Exhibition (26/8-14/9/99)
    • Stories we tell ourselves: At the Richard Killeen Retrospective (26/8/99-23/3/2000)

  322. (September 30) “An Inside Narrative: Recent Works by Alan Loney.” A Brief Description of the Whole World 17 (2000): 70-79.

  323. (September 2) “Necessary Oppositions: Avant-garde versus Traditional Poetry in New Zealand.” Poetry NZ 21 (2000): 80-83.

  324. (August 26-September 1) “Review of Big Smoke, ed. Alan Brunton, Murray Edmond, and Michele Leggott.” New Zealand Listener vol. 175 (3146) (2000): 40-41.

  325. (July 15-21) “Except Once.” New Zealand Listener vol. 174 (3140) (2000): 44.

  326. (July 7) “Conversation Pieces” & “I ♥ NZ.” evasion 1 [Flint 2] (2000): 15.

  327. (July 5) “Dieting. I’m Hungry too.” A Brief Description of the Whole World 16 (2000): 62-69.

  328. (July 5) “Arabia Petraea red.” Spin 37 (2000): 51.

  329. (April 5) “Jack’s Metamorphoses I.” A Brief Description of the Whole World 15 (2000): 57-62.

  330. (March 27) “Journey to the West,” “The Reason Why,” “Idyll,” “Review of As far as I can see, by Michele Leggott.” JAAM 13 (2000): 93-96, 158-60.

  331. (March 26, 2000) Best Wishes to Lisa & Kendall, on the Occasion of Their Wedding. 4 pp. [pamphlet]
    • [Astor Piazzola:] Vuelvo al Sur
    • Back to the South (26/3/2000)

  332. (March 14) Spin 36. (Ed.) ISSN 0113-8227.
    • “Editorial,” “Jorge Accamé: A Photograph of the Poet” [translated with David Howard], “A Clearer View of the Hinterland: Leicester at Millerton,” “Reviews & Comments: Here After: Living with Bereavement, ed. Stu Bagby; Jeffrey Paparoa Holman: Flood Damage; Leicester Kyle: A Safe House for a Man; When The Sea Goes Mad at Night, ed. Theresia Marshall; Tongue in Your Ear 4 (1999).” Spin 36 (2000): 3-4, 6-7, 51, 61-63.

  333. (February 26, 2000) Three Poems for Annora Gollop, on the Occasion of Her Birthday. 4 pp. [pamphlet]
    • M.C. (22/8/98)
    • The Road to Oratia (7/11/98-26/2/2000)
    • Mercury Lane, or, The Night Annora Read (3/11/99)

  334. (February 13) “Jack.” In Here After. Living with Bereavement: Personal Experiences and Poetry. Edited by Stu Bagby. ISBN 0-473-06399-9. 9 Daphne Harden Lane, Albany, Auckland: Antediluvian Press, 2000. 35-40:
    • Elegy for Ames (18/4/91) [37]

  335. (January, 2000) “Poetics [from Salt 6 (1998) n.p.].” Salt Online: Poetics. [Available at: http://homepages.ihug.co.nz/~mbellard/poetics/jack_ross_poetics.htm].

  336. (January, 2000) “APEC Weekend.” Salt Online: Poetry. [Available at: http://homepages.ihug.co.nz/~mbellard/polemetics/jack_ross_apec_weekend.htm].

  337. (January, 2000) “Poetics [from Spin 33 (1999) 58-59].” Web Writers’ Workshop – Writers’ Web Zine. [Available at: http://www.webwritersworkshop.com].


  338. (December 30) “The Great Hunger.” A Brief Description of the Whole World 14 (1999): 34-37.

  339. (December 24) When the Sea Goes Mad at Night (anthology). Poems by Alison Denham, Robin McConnell, Theresia Liemlienio Marshall, Jade Reidy, Jack Ross, and Apirana Taylor. Edited by Theresia Liemlienio Marshall. ISBN 0-473-06460-X. Birkenhead, Auckland: Christian Gray New Zealand, 1999/2000. 87-100:
    • Ashley Gorge (18-19/1/98)
    • Travel Sonnets
      1. On the Road (26/1/98)
      2. Reading U. K. Le Guin (27/1/98)
      3. In the Takaka Valley (30/1/98)
      4. Sumner (2/2/98)
      5. Simple (3/2/98)
      6. Bus (5/2/98)
      7. Rental (8/2/98)
      8. Ghost (11/2/98)
    • The Longest Day (22/12/98)
    • Orpheus in the Bays (5/8/97-27/2/98)
    • Sonnet (2/98)
    • Freeman’s Bay (20/2-25/3/99)

  340. (December 19) “NZ Poetry: The NeXt Wave.” Tongue in Your Ear 4 (1999): [29].

  341. (November 8) “An Appointment with Cortázar.” Spin 35 (1999): 46.

  342. (October 26, 1999) Chantal’s Book. 2 pp. [pamphlet]
    • Bronze (20/2-2/12/98)
    • E-Mailing Venus (4/12/98)
    • A Woman Named Intrepid (6/12/98)
    • There’s Something about Chantal … (20/12/98)
    • Chantal’s Housewarming (11/12/98)
    • Chantal at an Opening (11/12/98)
    • Home Beach (19/11/98)
    • All at Sea (23/12/98)
    • Not the Director’s Cut (6/1/99)
    • Proverbial Philosophy (28/12/98)
    • Body Fictions
      1. Water-marbling (7/1/99)
      2. Insight in (12/10/98-16/1/99)
      3. The music of the rain (4/7-14/10/98)
    • Phoenix (after Giordano Bruno):
      1. “Tell Briar I got a hammer” (28/4/99)
      2. “… life is not in our hands …” (28/9/98-29/4/99)
      3. “les sages et beaux paysages / font les ombres sages aussi” (30/4/99)

  343. (October 16) “A Brief Description of the Whole World: From Multiple Angles [with Hamish Dewe, John Geraets, Leicester Kyle & Richard Taylor]; [as “G. Bruno”: “Grafton Amours”]; “Theatre Reviews: Foreskin’s Lament, by Greg McGee,” “Salt, by Elisabeth Easther”; “Book Reviews: AUP New Poets 1, by Raewyn Alexander, Anna Jackson & Sarah Quigley,” “Rapunzel Rapunzel, by Janet Charman”. The Pander 9 (1999): 14-16, 18-19, 39, 39-40, 40-41, 43.

  344. (October 13, 1999) “A Conversation with Mike Minehan.” In Monthly Profile Series 1. Zoetropes: New Zealand Literature / Nga Pukapuka o Aotearoa online. [Available at: http://www.arts.uwo.ca/~andrewf/zoetropes.htm].

  345. (September, 1999) “Poetics: Homages to Kendrick Smithyman (A Long Essay And A Short Talk) – Talking about Kendrick Smithyman” [with Scott Hamilton and Richard Taylor] & “Two Readings of Ti Point.” Salt 6 online. [Available at: http://homepages.ihug.co.nz/~mbellard/].

  346. (August 28, 1999) Three Surrealist Poems, for the Engagement of Lisa Bieleski & Kendall Clements. 8 pp. [pamphlet]
    • [Jacques Baron:] L’Inconnu
    • The Stranger (14-17/8/99)
    • [Paul Eluard:] L’Amoureuse
    • Beloved (13-14/8/99)
    • [Maurice Blanchard;] Noces
    • Marriage (14-26/8/99)

  347. (August 14, 1999) Happy Six Months Anniversary! 4 pp. [pamphlet]
    • [Paul Eluard:] L’Amoureuse
    • Beloved (13-14/8/99)

  348. (August 13) “Like a Japanese Christmas Card.” Flint 1 (1999): n.p.

  349. (July 14, 1999) A Patina of the Antique. 4 pp. [pamphlet]
    • Car Broken Down (4/12/98)
    • Dr Zhivago (30/4/99)
    • The Information (4/12/98)

  350. (July 14) “Book Reviews: Hone Tuwhare: A Biography, by Janet Hunt & My Life as A Miracle, by The Wizard”; “A Particular Context, by John O’Connor”; “on what is not, by Kenneth Fea & Legend of the Cool Secret, by Graham Lindsay”; “Performance Review: The Royal NZ Ballet’s Shell Season of Peter Pan;” “Theatre Reviews: Auckland Theatre Company’s Culture of Desire: Closer, by Patrick Marber,” “The Cripple of Inishmaan, by Martin MacDonagh. The Pander 8 (1999): 32, 34, 35-36, 38-39, 39, 40.

  351. (June) “The Imp of the Perverse,” “Auckland Girl” & “Body Fictions.” Spin 34 (1999): 50-51.

  352. (May) “Letter to Scott Hamilton,” “Poetics,” “Wharfbury Dogs.” Salt 6 (2) (1999): 8, 12 & 16 & 61 & 65, 17 & 60 & 62 & 67.

  353. (May) “Kendrick Smithyman in Italian” & (ed.) Kendrick Smithyman, “Versions from Italian.” Landfall 197 (1999): 70-73, 74-78.

  354. (May 3) Shonagh’s Book / Jack’s Book. Auckland: Perdrix Press, 1999. 84 pp.
    • Bronze (20/2-2/12/98)
    • Melting the Ice-Block (27-28/12/98)
    • E-Mailing Venus (4/12/98)
    • A Woman Named Intrepid (6/12/98)
    • There’s Something about Shonagh … (20/12/98)
    • Situations i: Albany
      1. Edge City (21/7/98)
      2. Between OR and Main Campus (10/9/98)
    • Situations ii: CBD
      1. Auckland nach dem Regen (13/7/98)
      2. Between “The Newton Boys” and “The Big Hit” (31/7/98)
    • Situations iii: Tauranga
      1. Poetry Festival (29/3/98)
      2. Girls on Film (11/9/98)
    • Situations iv: Coromandel (2/9/98)
    • Journey to the West:
      1. Evening (18/6-20/9/98)
      2. Clouds (18/6-9/9/98)
      3. Countdown (18/6-9/9/98)
    • Shonagh at an Opening (11/12/98)
    • Home Beach (19/11/98)
    • Shonagh’s Housewarming (11/12/98)
    • Christmas Cards – Tension Headache – The Madwoman in the Bus – Her Plastic Shopping Bags – Thoughts of Jackie-Anne (11/12/98)
    • Lock, Stock , and … (22/12/98)
    • All at Sea (23/12/98)
    • Proverbial Philosophy (28/12/98)
    • Not the Director’s Cut (6/1/99)
    • Body Fictions
      1. Water-marbling (7/1/99)
      2. Insight in (12/10/98-16/1/99)
      3. The music of the rain (4/7-14/10/98)
    • Valentine’s Day ‘99 (11/2/99)
    • The Consolations of Shonagh: 1 – Mute (13/7/98)
    • Torch Songs i: [Kylie Minogue] Je ne Sais pas Pourquoi
    • The Consolations of Shonagh: 2 – Walk Back (16/10/98)
    • The Consolations of Shonagh: 3 – The Mask of Zorro (17/9/98)
    • Torch Songs ii: [Bananarama] Ain’t No Cure
    • The Consolations of Shonagh: 4 – Bound (15/10/98)
    • Torch Songs iii: [Amanda Marshall] Dark Horse
    • The Consolations of Shonagh: 5 – Aztec (15/10/98)
    • Poèmes à Lou [Chantal] (after Apollinaire):
      1. Il y a (10/3/99)
      2. Je donne à mon espoir (10/3/99)
    • Freeman’s Bay (20/2-25/3/99)
    • Sound Culture (13/3-9/4/99)
    • The Reason Why (21/3/99)
    • Idyll (27/3-22/4/99)
    • Phoenix (after Giordano Bruno):
      1. “Tell Briar I got a hammer” (28/4/99)
      2. “… life is not in our hands …” (28/9/98-29/4/99)
      3. “les sages et beaux paysages / font les ombres sages aussi” (30/4/99)

  355. (May 3, 1999) Phoenix – after Giordano Bruno, De gli eroici furori (1585). 8 pp. [pamphlet]
    • [Giordano Bruno:] Chi femmi ad altro amor la mente desta
    • “Tell Briar I got a hammer” (28/4/99)
    • [Giordano Bruno:] Unico augel del sol, vaga fenice
    • “… life is not in our hands. You are lived / by” (28/9/98-29/4/99)
    • [Giordano Bruno:] Questa fenice, ch’al bel sol s’accende
    • “les sages et beaux paysages / font les ombres sages aussi” (30/4/99)

  356. (April, 1999) “Conference Review: Going West Literary Festival.” The Pander online edition 6/7 [Available at: http://www.thepander.co.nz/archive.html].

  357. (April 14, 1999) Poèmes à Lou [Chantal] – after Guillaume Apollinaire, Poèmes à Lou [Ombre de mon amour] (1915) xxxi & xlix. 4 pp. [pamphlet]
    • 1 – Il y a (10/3/99)
    • 2 – Je donne à mon espoir (10/3/99)

  358. (April 14, 1999) For Lisa Bieleski: “New Zealand Golf (and English) Academy.” 4 pp. [pamphlet]
    • 1 – New Year’s Eve (31/12/98)
    • 2 – Boi-Boi on Karaoke (29/12/98)
    • 3 – Ohope at New Year (3/1/99)

  359. (April 8, 1999) The Consolations of Chantal / Torch Songs, by Bananarama, Amanda Marshall, Kylie Minogue & Jack Ross. 2 pp. [Christchurch: pamphlet].

  360. (March 30) “Adiós DOS;” “Leicester Kyle: Prophet without Honour;” “The Kassabova Phenomenon [with Hamish Dewe & Richard Taylor]; “Books in Review: Sidetracks, by Alan Loney,” “e-mailing venus, ed. Diana Harris & Anna Jackson.” The Pander 6/7 (1999): 18-20, 21& 23, 41-43 & 34-35, 53-54.

  361. (March 18) Spin 33. (Ed.) ISSN 0113-8227 [200 copies]
    • “Editorial,” “from Evenings in the Blackout,” “Poetics” & “Review: A Machinery for Pain.” Spin 33 (1999): 2, 50-51, 58-59, 63.

  362. (March) “A Previously Uncollected Posthumous Work of Bukowski.” Micropress New Zealand 4 (2) (1999): [9].

  363. (February) “Antipodes.” Poetry NZ 18 (1999): 63-64.

  364. (January / February) “A Previously Uncollected Posthumous Work of Bukowski” & “M.C.” Valley Micropress 2 (1) (1999): [3].


  365. (December) “Elegy: Miriel Kyle.” Takahe 35 (1998): 13.

  366. (November) “City Face.” Valley Micropress 1 (11) (1998): 6.

  367. (November 7, 1998) The Consolations of Chantal / Torch Songs, by Bananarama, Amanda Marshall, Kylie Minogue & Jack Ross. 8 pp. [Auckland: pamphlet].
    • 1 – Mute (13/7/98)
    • [Kylie Minogue:] Je ne Sais pas Pourquoi (6/98)
    • 2 – Walk Back (16/10/98)
    • 3 – The Mask of Zorro (17/9/98)
    • [Bananarama:] Ain’t No Cure (6/98)
    • 4 – Bound (15/10/98)
    • [Amanda Marshall:] Dark Horse (6/98)
    • 5 – Aztec (15/10/98)

  368. (November) “In the Ngakawau Gorge” & “Midnight Mass.” Spin 32 (1998): 37.

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

  370. (September 25) City of Strange Brunettes. Birkenhead, Auckland, Aotearoa New Zealand: The Pohutukawa Press, 1998. ISBN 0-473-05446-9. 98 pp.
    • Recovery (22/10/96-15/1/97)
    • On the Occasion of Wet Snow (5/6/83-7/9/96)
    • Albany, Quad Block 8 (24/7/97)
    • One Version of Pastoral (3/6/81–15/8/96)
    • City of Strange Brunettes (20/5-6/6/97)
    • East Coast Bays, Winter (16/6/97)
    • Bayswater, Night (25/7/97)
    • On the Edge (15/6/97)
    • Water-slides (9/3-2/4/97)
    • Before the Rain (1/8/97)
    • Morning at a Language School (2/9-5/9/96)
    • Auckland by Night (18/4-8/6/96)
    • Margarita’s (17/1/97)
    • Unsent Letter to a Celeb (29/9/97)
    • Windy Day (10/11/97)
    • Elegy to the Memory of an Unfortunate Lady (1/9/97)
    • Fashion ‘97 (29/7/97)
    • Two Kaipara Poems:
      1. Baylys Beach Revisited (11/4/97)
      2. Muriwai 1997 (14/6/97)
    • Dressing Down (12/96)
    • Angel (9/1/97)
    • Reading the Entrails (14/3/97)
    • A Road through Pylons (8/9-18/10/96)
    • The Prospect of the Bungy-Jump (25/8/96-2/1/97)
    • Influenza (19/11/97)
    • Insomnia – 3 a.m. (26/5/97)
    • End of the Year at the End of the World (24/1/97)
    • After Rilke (15/10/97)
    • The God Abandons Antony (1/96-7/7/96)
    • Poets at Seven Years Old (7/91-18/5/97)
    • After Petrarch (4/12/96-1/1/97)
    • Aubade (12/86)
    • Bilingual Recipe for Big Macs (7/7/97)
    • Sig.na Greta Eta Meets Sigmund Freud (5/10/97)
    • Prothalamion (24/2/93)
    • For Walter Jensen (6/7/96)
    • Poem for My Nephew (10/5/97)
    • Elegy for Ames (18/4/91)
    • Outside Cambridge (12/5/81)
    • Théâtre antique d’Orange (16/4/81)
    • On Failing to Meet the Zen Master (10/7/88)
    • Stanzas of Consolation in Despair (29/7/87)
    • Inscription in a Copy of The Tale of Genji (10/8/89)
    • First Love (12/6/81-18/9/97)
    • After Reading Berryman’s Sonnets (6/5/90)
    • Sex-Talk (27/2/97)
    • The Rooftop Cavalier (29/4/97)
    • The Psychopathology of Everyday Life (29/7-4/8/89)
    • Modem not Responding (12/11/96)
    • Life in a Chinese Novel (24/4/93-17/4/97)

  371. (September) “Kathy Goes to Mexico: In Memoriam Kathy Acker, d. 30/11/97;” “Exhibition: Hotere: Out the Black Window;” “Film: Guy Maddin: Waiting for Twilight; Tranceformer: A portrait of Lars von Trier.” The Pander 5 (1998): 26-27, 32-33 & 34-35.

  372. (August) Jorge Luis Borges, “Labyrinths: 1 – Theseus; 2 – Minotaur; 3 – Ariadne.” Boxkite: A Journal of Poetry & Poetics 2 (1998): 31-32.

  373. (August) “Talking about Kendrick Smithyman” [with Scott Hamilton and Richard Taylor] & “Two Readings of Ti Point.” Salt 6 (1998): 24-26, 27-36.

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

  375. (June) “Renga: Out of the Light” [with Jan Gerritsen, Mary Buckton, Kai Jensen and Barry Smith] & “First Love.” Spin 31 (1998): 45, 23-26.

  376. (June) “Film: Titanic;” “Film: Fairy Tale: A True Story;” “Books: As It Is, by John O’Connor, Pools over Stone, by Helen Jacobs, Always Arriving, by David Gregory;” “Exhibitions: Orientalism.” The Pander 4 (1998): 10, 14 & 16.

  377. (March) “Anonymous Reviews: Declaration of Principles,” “Books: Wizard and Glass. The Dark Tower 4, by Stephen King” “Movies: Starship Troopers.” The Pander 3 (1998): 20-22.

  378. (March) “East Coast Bays, Winter,” “Before the Rain” & “Auckland by Night.” Spin 30 (1998): 6, 57, 66.

  379. (February) “Recovery.” Poetry NZ 16 (1998): 65.


  380. (December) “Robinsonade.” The Pander 2 (1997): 14-15.

  381. (November 26) “Bilingual Recipe for Big Macs.” Tongue in Your Ear 3 (1997): 66-67.

  382. (November) “Cassandre” & “On the Edge.” Spin 29 (1997): 31.

  383. (August)“Kendrick Smithyman’s Northland.” The Pander 1 (1997): x-xiii.

  384. (July) “Water-slides,” “On the Occasion of Wet Snow,” & “Life in a Chinese Novel.” Spin 28 (1997): 7, 42, 43.

  385. (May) Ezra Pound’s Fascist Cantos (72 & 73) together with Rimbaud’s “Poets at Seven Years Old.” Trans. Jack Ross. Auckland: Perdrix Press, 1997. [ii] + 42 pp.
    • Canto 72 (25/7/91)
    • Canto 73 (25/7/91)
    • Poets at Seven Years Old (18/5/97)

  386. (March) Killing Time. Auckland: Perdrix Press, 1997. [iv] + 16 pp.
    • Auckland by Night / Brussels by Day (8/6/96 – 29/6/96)
    • One Version of Pastoral (3/6/81–15/8/96)
    • The Prospect of the Bungy-Jump (25/8/96-2/1/97)
    • On the Occasion of Wet Snow (5/6/83-7/9/96)
    • Morning at a Language School (2/9-5/9/96)
    • A Road through Pylons (8/9-18/10/96)
    • Killing Time (10/9-18/11/96)
    • Recovery (22/10/96-15/1/97)
    • C. P. Cavafy’s The God Abandons Antony (c. January 1996)
    • Petrarch’s Laura I-III (4/12/96-1/1/97)
    • Life in a Chinese Novel (24/4/93-17/4/97)


  387. (October) “Going on Holiday” [3 pp] “Pets and Pet Owners” [2 pp] & “Travel and Tourism” [10 pp]. CLTA Ideas Folder 1995: Ideas and materials produced by members of the programme in the Certificate in Language Teaching to Adults. Auckland Institute of Technology: School of Languages, 1995.


  388. (February) “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.


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

  390. (March) Review of Singer in a Songless Land: A Life of Edward Tregear, 1846-1931, by K. R. Howe, and The Verse of Edward Tregear, ed. K. R. Howe. Landfall: A New Zealand Quarterly 181 (1992): 122-25.


  391. (August 18) “Epithalamion.” In For the Celebration of the Wedding of Jackie-Anne and Jack. Church of Saint Pancratius of Kraainem, 18th August 1990. 12 pp.
    • Epithalamion (28/4/90)


  392. (August) Review of Tell Me Lies About Vietnam: Cultural Battles for the Meaning of the War, ed. Alf Louvre and Jeffrey Walsh. Inter-Arts: A Quarterly Journal of Cultural Connections 9 (1989): 31.


  393. (October) “Mythologies on Stage. Review of The Mahabharata, by Peter Brook and Jean-Claude Carrière." Tramway Theatre, Glasgow. Inter-Arts: A Quarterly Journal of Cultural Connections 7 (1988): 27.

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


  395. (July) Review of The North American Sketches of R. B. Cunninghame Graham, ed. John Walker. University of Edinburgh Journal 33 (1987): 54.

  396. (April) Guillaume Apollinaire. Aubade. Trans. Jack Ross. Illus. Mark Haddon. Edinburgh: Drummond Press, 1987. 12 pp. [30 numbered copies]:
    • Aubade (c. December 1986)


  397. (May 3) Victorian Dreams. Videotape written and directed by Jack Ross. Auckland University Audio-Visual Library, 1986. [20 mins].


  398. (5 Oct) “Obsolete.” Campus News: the alternative alternative 1 (4) (1984): 3.

  399. (11 July) “The Shaman.” Campus News: the alternative alternative 1 (3) (1984): 10.


  400. (October) “Outside Cambridge” & “Tanera Beag.” Tango, “a literary rage”. Auckland University Literary Handbook 1982. Ed. David Eggleton. Auckland: Auckland University Students’ Association, 1982. 14.