A. D. Winans / THE OLD MAN
New Feature! Reviews of short stories and poetry.
Meet the EditorsTrevor Reeves and Judith Wolfe
About the Authors
MARTHA MORSETH: Has published in many magazines in NZ.1996, second in the NZ Poetry Society's International Competition and highly commended in 1997. Martha lives in Dunedin, New Zealand.
JOHN ALLISON: The featured poet in Poetry NZ #14. A collection of recent poems, Both Roads Taken recently published. John is a teacher in Lyttleton, NZ. His poems have appeared in NZ, Australia, the UK and USA. A retrospective selection of poems, Dividing the Light is due soon.
ADRIAN MANNING: Lives in the UK. He has had many poems and other writing published, widely.
ELIZABETH PULFORD: The winner of four New Zealand national short story competitions. Her work includes poems, articles and short stories. She lives in Oamaru, New Zealand.
A. D. WINANS: Former editor and publisher of the literary magazine, Second Coming. Has had poems and other writing published in over 300 magazines worldwide and has published books of poems, biography The Charles Bukowski/Second Coming Years and criticism. Al lives in San Francisco, USA.
ALEX KEEGAN: Is the pseudonym of Ron Jones, born Newport, Gwent 1947. Alex writes mystery thrillers but his real love literate fiction. Sixteen stories published and three prizes
JOHN GARDINER: lives in Canada. His stories are appearing widely in New Zealand, USA, Canada and the UK, including The Richmond Review. He has just completed a novel.
RANGI FAITH (Ngai Tahu) Born Timaru, New Zealand. Books, "Unfinished Crossword", Hazard Press. Edited 'Dangerous Landscapes' Longman Paul 1994, printed in Homeland (Manoa magazine, University of Hawaii, 1997). Appeared in Poetry New Zealand, Te Ao Marama 5, etc.
JAMES BROCK: Presently teaching at the University of Maiami in Florida, USA. Numerous poetry publications, and his first book is The Sunshine Mine Disaster 1995. James has won a Creative Writing Fellowship from the National Endowment of the Arts.
PETER MUNRO: A biologist/mathematician with the U. S. Marine Service. He has had poems published in the USA, Canada and New Zealand.
DAVE JONES: has had poetry appearing in the USA. He edits The Equinox, a ezine of poetry.
JAMES NORCLIFFE: In 1997, was living in Brunei Darussalam (Abode of Heavenly Peace), where he was Head of English at Sekolah Menengah Sayyindina Hisain. He has been published widely in New Zealand and overseas since 1981. His second collection of poems, Letters to Dr Dee was published by Hazard Press, NZ, in 1994. He has returned to his homeland, New Zealand, early in 1998.
TIM JONES: was born in England and grew up in southern New Zealand. He now lives in Wellington. He has published poetry in Takahe, JAAM, and several anthologies. The island of South Georgia has his kind of lifestyle.
DIANA NEUTZE: Has had short stories published in New Zealand, essays, complete with poems in New Zealand and Australia, and poems in USA, Australia. Hazard Press brought out her collection of poems, Unwinding the Labyrinth in 1997.
Bruce lives in Pensylvania, USA. His poems and stories have appeared in many US magazines, including The Free Cuisenart, Snakeskin, The Morpo Review, and Southern Ocean Review.
BARRY SOUTHAM: A poet and story writer for over 30 years, published widely in New Zealand, Australia and Europe. Two books of poems and a collection of stories in addition to three performed plays. Barry lives in Auckland New Zealand and is a former gambling addiction counsellor and journalist.
ABBAS ZAIDI: is a descendant of Urdu's greatest epic poet, Mir Anis. He did MA in English Literature from the University of Punjab where he edited The Ravi for Government College, Lahore (1985), and M.Litt. in Linguistics from the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, where he edited Interface (1990-91), for the Programme in Literary Linguistics. He taught English Literature in Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan (1986-90), and worked as Assistant Magazine Editor for The Nation , Lahore, (1992-93). Zaidi has written about 300 columns, features and articles. An oblique reference is his first short story. He lives in Brunei with Shazia, Manoo and Mariam.
JOY MACKENZIE: Lives and writes in Auckland New Zealand. She has had a number of poems published. Joy reviews for NZ Listener.
SUE CARTLEGE: Sue lives in Sydney, Australia. Originally from Tasmania, she runs a small media consultancy with her husband, Dennis. In her spare time she writes short stories and poetry. She has completed two novels, and has published two small collections of poetry.
IKEY ROBERTSON: Born in Westport, West Coast, New Zealand. One story published in "Takahe" (NZ) and a novel finished. Lives in Wellington with his 13-year old son.
NICK ASCROFT: is a Master's Student in Linguistics, from Dunedin, New Zealand. His poetry has appeared in a number of journals, notably Landfall, Sport, Takahe and Poetry New Zealand. He is guest the poetry editor for Takahe 31 & the forthcoming 32.
p. n. w. donnelly: A New Zealander born in Stockport, UK. Lives in Auckland, New Zealand and co-edits the poetry magazine SPIN as well a writing fiction. Donnnelly's poems have been published mainly in New Zealand, Australia and the USA; recently appearing in the three-poet anthology,'The Short Cut Home'.
ELIZABETH SMITHER: is a well known New Zealand poet who has published twelve collections of poetry, including a selected poems: The Tudor Style (Auckland University Press, 1993). Her work has appeared widely in Australia, Canada and Britain.
JUDITH WOLFE lives in Dunedin, New Zealand. She is an artist and sculptor. She has exhibited widely throughout New Zealand and some of her works have been in travelling exhibitions overseas. Recent exhibitions at the Empire Cinema and guest artist at the Wanaka Art Group Exhibition, August 1997.