Title: Sport 8

Editor: Fergus Barrowman

Publication details: Fergus Barrowman, March 1992, Wellington

Part of: Sport

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Sport 8: Autumn 1992

♣ Contributors

♣ Contributors

Jenny Bornholdt's third collection of poems is Waiting Shelter (VUP, 1991).

James Brown lives in Wellington. The concluding lines of 'Map Reference' are a quotation from a Laurie Anderson live record.

David Burton lives in Wellington. His sixth book, The Raj At Table, will be published in the UK by Faber & Faber.

Jane Campion's films include Peel, Sweetie and An Angel At My Table.

Geoff Cochrane's Aztec Noon: Poems 1976-1992, is published in March 1992 by Victoria University Press. He lives in Wellington.

Nigel Cox was the 1991 Katherine Mansfield Fellow in Menton. Back in Auckland, he is completing a novel.

Shelagh Duckham Cox is a writer and sociologist who lives in Wellington.

Allen Curnow's Selected Poems 1940-1989 was published in 1990 by Viking. These poems also appear in the London Review of Books and London Magazine.

John Dickson lives in Dunedin, and is the author of a collection of poems, What happened on the way to Oamaru (Untold, 1986).

Alice Thomas Ellis is a Welsh writer whose novels are published by Penguin.

Michael Gifkins is presently working on a novel.

Alison Glenny lives in Wellington. A story appeared in Sport 6.

Bernadette Hall's second collection of poems is Of Elephants, etc (Untold, 1990). She was Canterbury University's 1991 Writer in Residence.

Josef Hanzlik lives in Czechoslovakia. His Selected Poems, in English translation, is forthcoming from Bloodaxe. Many of his poems have been translated by expatriate New Zealander Ian Milner and his wife Jarmila.

Keri Hulme: author of How to Stuff a Whale (with diagrams) and co-author with Judith Maloney of Fitch Recipes For Every Occasion (Gut Press, OFR, 1992)

Michael Hulse lives in Cologne. He is a critic, translator and poet, whose latest collection is Eating Strawberries in the Necropolis (Collins Harvill, 1991).

Kevin Ireland's latest collection of poems is Tiberius at the Beehive, AUP, 1990).

Christine Johnston's first novel, Blessed Art Thou Among Women, was published in 1991. Her short stories have appeared in Landfall and been produced for radio. She is working on her second novel.

Graham Lindsay lives in Dunedin. His latest collection of poems is Return to Earth (Hazard, 1991).

Samara McDowell lives in Wellington.

Cilla McQueen's Berlin Diary (McIndoe, 1990) won the NZ Book Award for poetry.

Edwin Morgan is a Scottish writer whose Collected Poems were recently published by Carcanet.

Gabrielle Muir is married with three children and lives in Tua Marina, Marlborough. She is one of the recipients of a Reader's Digest PEN-Stout Centre Fellowship for 1992. This is her first published story.

Emma Neale is currently working in London. She has had poems published in Takahe and elsewhere.

James Norcliffe lives in Christchurch. He has collections of poetry and short fiction forthcoming from Hazard.

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Gregory O'Brien's recent books of poems are Man With a Child's Violin (Caxton, 1990) and Great Lake (Local Consumption, 1991).

Chris Orsman: born in Wellington in 1955; currently at work fulltime as a landscape painter and poet.

Vincent O'Sullivan's Selected Poems (Oxford) and Palms and Minarets: Selected Stories (VUP) are published in 1992.

Patrick John Rata: Aupouri/Ngati Kuri; age 29.

Elizabeth Smither's most recent books are A Pattern of Marching (poems, AUP, 1989) and Nights at the Embassy (stories, AUP, 1990).

C.K.Stead's novel The Death of the Body has recently been reissued by Collins Harvill. His next, The End of the Century at the End of the World, will be published this year.

Phyllis Webb was born in Victoria, BC, in 1927. Her Selected Poems: The Vision Tree was published by Talonbooks in 1982.

Virginia Were's Juliet Bravo Juliet (VUP, 1989) won the PEN Best First Book of Poetry Award. She lives in Sydney and is writing with the assistance of an Australia Council grant.

black and white monoprint by Sarah Maxey