Poems to , two volumes, Constable, , published as Collected Poems to , two volumes, Holt, With Rudyard Kipling St. Andrews: Two Poems, A. Black, Selected Poems, Holt, Self to Self, Faber, A Snowdrop, illustrated by Claudia Guercio, Faber, News, illustrated by Barnett Freedman, Faber, To Lucy, illustrated by Albert Rutherston, Faber, Two Poems, privately printed, The Fleeting and Other Poems, Knopf, Poems to , Constable, , Holt, Poems, Corvinus Press, Memory and Other Poems, Holt, With Arthur Rogers Two Poems, privately printed, Haunted: A Poem, Linden Press, Collected Poems, Holt, The Traveller, Faber, Inward Companion, Faber, Winged Chariot and Other Poems, Viking, Selected Poems, edited by R.
Green-Armytage, Faber, The Morrow, privately printed, Collected Poems, illustrated by B. Wolpe, Faber, A Choice of de la Mare's Verse, edited and with an introduction by W. Auden, Faber, Envoi, privately printed, Coleridge: An Appreciation, The Guardian, Some Thoughts on Reading lecture , Yellowlands Press, Lewis Carroll, Faber, Poetry in Prose lecture , H.
Arthur Thompson: A Memoir, privately printed, An Introduction to Everyman, Dent London , Editor Behold, This Dreamer! Bozman, Dent, Secret Laughter, illustrated by Gill, Penguin, The Three Mulla-Mulgars fiction , illustrated by J. Monsell, Duckworth London , , illustrated by Dorothy P. Lathrop, Knopf, , illustrated by J. Eldridge, Faber, Peacock Pie poetry , Constable, , illustrated by W.
Holt New York, NY , Down-Adown-Derry poetry , illustrated by Lathrop, Holt, Watson and C.
Seven Watermelon Suns: Selected Poems
Nightingale, six volumes, Blackwell Oxford , one volume, Knopf, Broomsticks and Other Tales fiction , illustrated by Bold, Knopf, Lucy, illustrated by Hilda T. Miller, Basil Blackwell, Old Joe fiction , illustrated by Nightingale, Basil Blackwell, Told Again: Traditional Tales, illustrated by A. Poems for Children, Holt, Letters from Mr. Walter de la Mare to Form Three, privately printed, Rowland Emett, Faber, , illustrated by Lathrop, Viking, Bumps and His Monkey fiction , illustrated by Lathrop, J.
Winston Philadelphia , Dick Whittington adapted from a story appearing in Told Again , illustrated by Ionicus, Hulton, The Story of Joseph, illustrated by Ardizzone, Faber, The Story of Moses, illustrated by Ardizzone, Knopf, A Penny a Day fiction , illustrated by Kennedy, Knopf, Visitors, Creative Education, The Turnip, illustrated by Kevin Hawkes, D. Godine Boston, MA , Further Readings. Temple, Briggs, Julia, Night Visitors, Faber, , pp.
Gosse, Edmund, Books on the Table, Scribner, , pp. Greene, Graham, Collected Essays, Viking, , pp.
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Jarrell, Randall, Poetry and the Age, Knopf, , pp. Leavis, F. Megroz, R. Murry, J. Middleton, Countries of the Mind, Collins, , pp. Priestley, J. Richards, I. Collins Sons, , pp. Squire, J. Swinnerton, Frank, Figures in the Foreground, Hutchinson, , pp. Boston University Studies in English, winter, College English, November, , pp. Contemporary Review, August, , pp. Denver Quarterly, autumn, , pp. Encounter, , pp. English, , pp. English Review, May, , pp.
Fortnightly Review, July, , pp.
Other books by Barry Gifford
London Mercury, May, , pp. Nation and Athenaeum, October 11, , pp. New Republic, January 31, , pp. New Statesman, December 23, , pp. North Dakota Quarterly, autumn, , pp.
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Poetry, July, , pp. Poetry Review, , pp. She has had her poems and short stories published in multiple journals and anthologies, and her first book, Poroporoaki to the Lord My God: Weaving the Via Dolorosa , was published by Seraph Press in E kore au e ngaro, he kakano i ruia mai i Rangiatea. Tena ra tatou katoa. Her extensive collaborative and commissioned projects expand across theatre, poetry, video, visual art, and experimental dance.
She is a poet and editor, and is the publisher at Anahera Press. Her poems have appeared in over 40 journals and anthologies, and she has edited issues of JAAM magazine and Flash Frontier. Her first poetry collection, Night Swimming , was released in ; a second book, Tidelines , is due out later in Kiri lives in central Auckland with her partner and baby son.
Further frustration led to the founding of Native Agency Aotearoa, created to grow minority and indigenous visibility in the arts. Ko te Aroha, ko te Whakapono, ko te Tumanako, ko te Rangimarie, tatou tatou e. Her first book was Once Were Pacific: Maori connections to Oceania Minnesota and she is currently researching Indigenous writers who published their work between and From the sage to the page to the stage.