Moonlight - New Zealand Poems on Death and Dying
Moonlight - New Zealand Poems on Death and Dying
Johnston, Andrew (Ed)
A Godwit Book, published by Random House NZ, Auckland, 2008, 175 pages. In recent years Godwit has established a strong market for handsomely packaged poetry and anthologies and Moonlight is no exception. Beautifully packaged in flexibind and with a marker ribbon, this intelligent, moving collection taps into the extraordinarily powerful way New Zealand poets address the subject of death, dying and grief. There are 65 poems from poets as diverse as Janet Frame and Glen Colquhoun, James K Baxter and Michael Jackson, drawn together by one of this country's finest mid-career poets, Andrew Johnston.
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