Saturday

Edited: Magazines & Journals


[Emma Smith: "Burning phoenix after phoenix"]

Contents:

    Bravado:

  1. Bravado: A Literary Arts Magazine 19 (July 2010). ISSN 9-771176-339003 [guest fiction editor].

  2. brief:

  3. brief 50 – the projects issue (February 2014) ISSN 1175-9313 [guest editor].
  4. brief 32 – Joanna Margaret Paul (Winter 2005) ISSN 1175-9313.
  5. A brief index. Supplement 1: 2003-2005. Auckland: The Writers Group, 2005. 20 pp.
  6. brief 30 – Kunst / brief 31 - Kultur (Winter / Spring 2004) ISSN 1175-9313.
  7. brief 29 – more fun than you’ve ever seen (Summer 2004) ISSN 1175-9313.
  8. brief 28 – Alan Brunton (Spring 2003) ISSN 1175-9313.
  9. brief 27 – Season of the Remakes (Winter 2003) ISSN 1175-9313.
  10. A brief index: 1995-2003. Auckland: The Writers Group, 2003. 48 pp.
  11. brief 26 – Smithymania (Summer 2002/3) ISSN 1175-9313.
  12. brief 25 – trains at a glance (Spring 2002) ISSN 1175-9313.
  13. brief 24 – less formal than bull (Winter 2002) ISSN 1175-9313.

  14. Landfall:

  15. Landfall 214 – Open House (November 2007). ISBN 978 1 877372 93 3 [guest editor].

  16. the pander:

  17. Pander 9: Crime (November 1999) ISSN 1174-4030 [literature & reviews editor].
  18. Pander 8: Oceania (July 1999) ISSN 1174-4030 [literature & reviews editor].
  19. Pander 6/7: Capital (March 1999) ISSN 1174-4030 [literature & reviews editor].
  20. Pander 5: Pimping (Spring 1998) ISSN 1174-4030 [literature & reviews editor].
  21. Pander 4: On the Map (Winter 1998) ISSN 1174-4030 [reviews editor].
  22. Pander 3 (Autumn 1998) ISSN 1174-4030 [reviews editor].

  23. Poetry NZ:

  24. Poetry NZ Yearbook 2017 (March 2017). ISBN 978-0-9941363-5-0.
  25. Poetry NZ Yearbook 2 (November 2015). ISSN 0114-5770.
  26. Poetry NZ Yearbook 1 (October 2014). ISSN 0114-5770.
  27. Poetry NZ 38 (March 2009). ISSN 0114-5770 [guest editor].

  28. Spin:

  29. Spin 45 (March 2003) ISSN 0113-8227.
  30. Spin 42 (March 2002) ISSN 0113-8227.
  31. Spin 39 (March 2001) ISSN 0113-8227.
  32. Spin 36 (March 2000) ISSN 0113-8227.
  33. Spin 33 (March 1999) ISSN 0113-8227.

  34. Tongue in Your Ear:

  35. Tongue in Your Ear 8 (2005) ISBN 0-476-01439-5 [co-editor, with James Crompton, Ingrid Joachim & Judith McNeil].
  36. Tongue in Your Ear 7 (July 2003) ISBN 0-473-09619-6 [co-editor, with Gregory Brimblecombe, Ingrid Joachim & Judith McNeil].
  37. Tongue in Your Ear 5 (July 2001) ISBN 0-473-07813-9 [co-editor, with Ingrid Joachim, Judith McNeil & Nik Smythe].







[2017]: Poetry NZ Yearbook 2017 (March 2015). ISBN 978-0-9941363-5-0.







Samples:

Massey University Press

Poetry New Zealand Index

Works & Days







[2015]: Poetry NZ Yearbook 2 (November 2015). ISSN 0114-5770.







Samples:

Poetry New Zealand Index

Works & Days







[2014]: Poetry NZ Yearbook 1 (October 2014). ISSN 0114-5770.







Samples:

Poetry New Zealand Index

Works & Days







[2014]: brief 50 - the projects issue (February 2014). ISSN 1175-9313 [guest editor].





Samples:

Works & Days






[2010]: Bravado: A Literary Arts Magazine 19 (July 2010). ISSN 9-771176-339003 [guest fiction editor].




Samples:

Bravado







[2009]: Poetry NZ 38 (March 2009). ISSN 0114-5770 [guest editor].





Samples:

Works & Days






[2007]: Landfall 214 – Open House (November 2007). ISBN 978 1 877372 93 3 [guest editor].




Samples:

Works & Days






[2005]: brief 32 – Joanna Margaret Paul (Winter 2005) ISSN 1175-9313.





Samples:

brief

Reviews & Comments:

  1. Alistair Paterson. "Books and magazines in brief." Poetry NZ 32 (2006): 107.

    Issue 32 offers tributes to, and work by, Joanna Margaret Paul (1945-2003), ‘one of [NZ’s] most original poets, a painter and artist in the fullest sense of the term,’ tragically ‘drowned in broad daylight in the busiest tourist site in Rotorua, the Polynesian Pools’ – a sad loss to New Zealand literature. This special issue of brief does well to lament her death and celebrate her life. It serves as an exemplar to the value and appreciation we should accord writers of Paul’s quality but seldom do.






[2005]: A brief index. Supplement 1: 2003-2005. Auckland: The Writers Group, 2005. 20 pp.


Samples:

brief






[2005]: Tongue in Your Ear 8 (2005) ISBN 0-476-01439-5 [co-editor, with James Crompton, Ingrid Joachim & Judith McNeil].









[2004]: brief 30 – Kunst / brief 31 - Kultur (Winter / Spring 2004) ISSN 1175-9313.






Samples:

brief (30)

brief (31)

Reviews & Comments:

  1. Alistair Paterson. "Books and magazines in brief." Poetry NZ 30 (2005): 108.

    Brief and its editor hold an important place in pushing the range of reader experience closer to the limits of poetic practice and in offering writers an extensive range of work that can assist them with their own writing should they wish it. Perhaps more importantly, there’s a cosmopolitan atmosphere about the magazine that reflects the eclectic taste of an editor, who doesn’t let his personal predilections cut off worthwhile poets who might otherwise be excluded.

  2. Emma Neale. "Introduction." Best New Zealand Poems 2004 (31/3/05).

    (... I hope that readers will excuse me, as I step slightly outside the website’s frame) editor Jack Ross at brief, and Riemke Ensing as envoy, must share the accolade for publishing if not the best, then the most important poem this year. That prize must go to the chain of versions of Ahmed Zaoui’s ‘In a Dream’ (brief 31, Spring 2004); of which the most successful, to my mind, is the version given by Ensing herself.






[2004]: brief 29 – more fun than you’ve ever seen (Summer 2004) ISSN 1175-9313.





Samples:

brief






[2003]: brief 28 – Alan Brunton (Spring 2003) ISSN 1175-9313.





Samples:

brief






[2003]: brief 27 – Season of the Remakes (Winter 2003) ISSN 1175-9313.





Samples:

brief






[2003]: Tongue in Your Ear 7 (July 2003) ISBN 0-473-09619-6 [co-editor, with Gregory Brimblecombe, Ingrid Joachim & Judith McNeil].









[2003]: Spin 45 (March 2003) ISSN 0113-8227.




Reviews & Comments:

  1. Gerald England. New Hope International Review On-line (10/8/03).

    Spin has the look of an slightly unpretentious little magazine, but is in fact quite sprightly.

    On front and back covers are b&w photographs by Michael Dean taken in Cyprus. The back one shows a pair of sunglasses on a table across which lies the shadow of a branch and beyond is a seemingly deserted lane, but tyre-tracks tell of recent traffic. The cover shows a picture of a plaster life-size figure of a fullsome female, nude but for a drapery across her thighs, propped up against a telegraph post, binbags at her feet, in front of a café called The Useless Take Away.






[2003]: A brief index: 1995-2003. Auckland: The Writers Group, 2003. 48 pp.


Samples:

brief






[2003]: brief 26 – Smithymania (Summer 2002/3) ISSN 1175-9313.






Samples:

brief






[2002]: brief 25 – trains at a glance (Spring 2002) ISSN 1175-9313.





Samples:

brief






[2002]: brief 24 – less formal than bull (Winter 2002) ISSN 1175-9313.





Samples:

brief






[2002]: Spin 42 (March 2002) ISSN 0113-8227.








[2001]: Tongue in Your Ear 5 (July 2001) ISBN 0-473-07813-9 [co-editor, with Ingrid Joachim, Judith McNeil & Nik Smythe].









[2001]: Spin 39 (March 2001) ISSN 0113-8227.






Reviews & Comments:

  1. Tim Scannell. "Journeyman." Small Press Review 342 (July-August 2001): 22-23.

    There are 54 poems and a dozen short reviews in this – largely – journeyman poetry journal. The bulk of the poems are narratives of recalled memory (slow-motion crescendos of incident and character trait); yet the idiosyncratic stanzic patterns are refreshing – interesting to read. The real power, however, blooms (bright petals all) from intense and short lyrics, as in “What about” – by Alice Hooton: “the stillborn child/ the groundsman/ cleaning his spade// the doctor/ driving home to/ an empty house// the woman/ in a padded cell/ crying down evening.”

  2. Tim Scannell. Katnip Reviews 11 (2002): 22.

    I do advise American poets to subscribe to a few offshore publications, recommending ZineZone (England) and Riposte (Ireland); and here give a qualified nod to this poetry journal from the antipodes ($7 buck/copy is high, but one knows it is mostly postage).






[2000]: Spin 36 (March 2000) ISSN 0113-8227.




Reviews & Comments:

  1. Wayne Edwards. Small Press Review 334-5 (November-December 2000): 18.

    The work ranges from Jill Chan’s short and somewhat choppy “Image” to the languid and oddly-themed “A Clearer View of the Hinterlands’ by Jack Ross. Often edgy and occasionally rather harsh, Spin is an excellent starting place and sounding board for contemporary poetic endeavour.







[1999]: Pander 9: Crime (November 1999) ISSN 1174-4030 [literature & reviews editor].








[1999]: Pander 8: Oceania (July 1999) ISSN 1174-4030 [literature & reviews editor].







[1999]: Spin 33 (March 1999) ISSN 0113-8227.




Reviews & Comments:

  1. Don Hoyt. "Web Writers’ Workshop." Ol’ Muddy: Journals, Mags, Zines . [http://www.webwritersworkshop.com] (24/2/2000).

    New Zealand’s most challenging literary journal contains 59 “norm bursting” poems by english language writers from the islands and beyond. How B. Z. Niditch of Massachusetts got in here, is a mystery.






[1999]: Pander 6/7: Capital (March 1999) ISSN 1174-4030 [literature & reviews editor].








[1998]: Pander 5: Pimping (Spring 1998) ISSN 1174-4030 [literature & reviews editor].








[1998]: Pander 4: On the Map (Winter 1998) ISSN 1174-4030 [reviews editor].











[1998]: Pander 3 (Autumn 1998) ISSN 1174-4030 [reviews editor].








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