The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 12, Issue 1 (April 1, 1937)
“Shibli” Listens In
“Shibli” Listens In.
The P.E.N. has under consideration an ambitious scheme for the encouragement of literary effort in New Zealand.
New Zealand Best Poems for 1936 (edited by C. A. Marris) was acclaimed by the critics as the finest selection to date. The Sydney “Bulletin” gave it a half column or more of unstinted praise.
The Canterbury Public Library Journal is practically the only literary magazine we have in the Dominion. Quite an interesting publication.
Hector Bolitho has discovered that the country house he purchased recently on Saffron Walden was known as Boytons in the sixteenth century and has decided to restore the old name.page 54