James K Baxter:
A Pair of Sandals appears in James K. Baxter, New
Selected Poems, ed. Paul Millar (Auckland: Oxford
University Press, 2001).
Being a Poet first appeared in the inaugural issue of
the online magazine Turbine.
Respects appears in the collection Unspeakable Practices:
Parables of Rumbling Disgust in Verse, Stories and Sketches,
Cape Catley Ltd,
Loneliness first appeared in the Christchurch Press
on 1 December 2001.
Movie is taken from the Wellington-based magazine JAAM
16, published in October 2001.
Unfinished Love Theorem is included in the collection
Realia, Victoria University
Ariki Campbell: Its Greece is part of Maori
Battalion: A Poetic Sequence, Wai-te-ata
When and Where appears in the collection The Bells
of Saint Babels, Auckland
University Press, 2001.
The Footstool is the opening poem in General Motors,
a work which can be viewed in its entirety at www.jackbooks.com.
Fresh Orange Juice first appeared in the online magazine
Hall: The Lay Sister is taken from the collection Settler
Dreaming, Victoria University
365 X 30 is part of the collection Oh There You Are
Tui, Victoria University
Watch is taken from The Pastoral Kitchen, Auckland
University Press, 2001. It also appeared in Landfall
202, December 2001.
Jan Kemp: Elephant
Riding is part of the collection Only One Angel, University
of Otago Press, 2001.
Moon Poem comes from The Stepmother Tree, Darius
Press Ltd (email@example.com),
Ode to Te Whiti o Rongomai was first published in the
Spring, 2000 issue of Stand, which did not, in
fact, appear till mid-2001.
Disjointed on Wellington Railway Station first appeared
in the 19th issue of the online magazine Southern
Ocean Review, published on April 12, 2001.
Bob Orr: The
Tyre Shop first appeared in Sport 27, Spring 2001.
A Bit Late, But Still comes from the collection Lucky
Table, Victoria University
Rose and Fell first appeared in Landfall 202,
Ranfurly is part of Dialectic of Mud, Auckland
University Press, 2001. It also appeared in the first instalment
of the online magazine papertiger.
Te Whiti and Tohu is taken from Parihaka: The Art
of Passive Resistance, jointly published by City
Gallery Wellington, Parihaka Pa Trustees and Victoria
University Press in January 2001.
Semi-Kiwi is part of the collection Taking Off,
Victoria University Press,
To Death is taken from the fourth section of The
Commonplace Odes, Auckland
University Press, 2001.
Broken Light appears in the collection The Whole
Forest, Sudden Valley Press, 2001.