ncludes new stories by award-winning authors, Emma Martin, Pip Adam, and Gemma Bowker-Wright; a novella excerpt by Breton Dukes; and new poems by Sarah Jane Barnett, Ashleigh Young, Aleksandra Lane, and Helen Heath, who all published critically acclaimed books in 2012. Featured artists include 2012 Walters Prize winner, Kate Newby; new page-works by Richard Orjis, Eve Armstrong, and Kate Woods; and art texts by Lily Hacking, Xin Cheng, and Bruce E. Phillips.
An Exercise in Optimism
Includes new fiction by Gigi Fenster, author of The Intentions Book; and Gemma Bowker-Wright, winner of the 2011 Katherine Mansfield Award; new writing by NZ Society of Authors, 2011 Best First Book winner Pip Adam; as well as new work by Best NZ Poems 2011 awardees Hera Lindsay Bird and Rachel O'Neill. Featured artists include Simon Denny, Andrew McLeod and Kushana Bush. With new art writing from Ruth Buchanan and Laura Preston.
With a Bullet
Includes new fiction by Eleanor Catton, Tina Makereti and David Fleming, essays by Pip Adam and Ashleigh Young, new poetry by Bill Nelson, Sarah Jane Barnett, Louise Wallace, David Eggleton, and Lynn Jenner. New art by Tahi Moore, All The Cunning Stunts, Campbell Patterson & Daniel Munn, and art writing from Sriwhana Spong and Lydia Chai.
Champion This! The Biography Issue
Includes: Prose and poetry by Edwin + Matilda author Laurence Fearnley, Harry Ricketts, 2009 Katherine Mansfield Award winner Alice Miller, 2009 Landfall Essay Competition winner Ashleigh Young, and international award winner Eleanor Catton (2009’s “golden girl of fiction” – The Daily Mail). Work by acclaimed documentary photographer John Lake, a collaborative project between Laura Preston and Fiona Connor, and new work by James Oram, Paul Cullen, and Daniel du Bern.
'Hue & Cry’s new issue, Champion This!, is a delight and a pleasure to behold, skim, put down, and finally soak up from cover to cover.'
‘It's an eclectic collection of work by poets, fiction writers, artists and photographers. Several are established writers ... As its minimalist design and sans-serif type suggest, Hue & Cry is more experimental than most other literary journals.’
–Otago Daily Times
‘Breakout star Eleanor Catton and Pip Adam provide perfectly formed short fiction.’
Good Times, Bad Times
Includes: New fiction by Anna Taylor and Pip Adam; essays by Richard Meros, John Summers, and Tahi Moore; poetry by Airini Beautrais, Johanna Aitchison, Charlotte Simmonds, and Amy Brown; a discussion of the 2008 Ronald Hugh Morrieson Festival in Hawera; and new art by Amit Charan, Kate Newby, Jo Langford, and Patrick Lundberg.
Includes: New fiction by Pip Adam and Eleanor Catton, winner of the 2007 Sunday
Star Times Short Story Competition; poetry from Biggs award-winners Joan Fleming
and Amy Brown; novelist Carl Shuker in interview; Tao Wells discussing Sarah
Gruiters’ 2007 show, Not Even Tomorrow; specially commissioned works by Fiona
Connor and Liz Allan, the 2008 Artist in Residence at the Govett-Brewster Art
Gallery; and new texts by artists Tahi Moore and Simon Denny.
Hue & Cry’s meticulous, minimalist design recalls the uncluttered, austere authority of '70s Landfall, and it's well worth picking up.'
‘This no-holds-barred, black and white ’zine tells it like it is... this collection speaks in a refreshingly honest voice.’
–Art World Magazine
The Garden Party
Edited by: Chloe Lane
Designed by: Frances Cooke, Jacob Howard
Published August 2007
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Includes: Essays by Kate Montgomery, Tahi Moore, Kate Brettkelly-Chalmers,
Simon Denny, and Jade Farley; new fiction by Pip Adam; poetry by Pansy Duncan;
and specially commissioned art works by Sarah Gruiters, Ahbeyott Mane, and Olivia
'Hue & Cry is a very attractive addition to New Zealand’s journal scene. The Umbers conversation sums up, in a way, Hue & Cry’s tone and focus. It is thoughtful and erudite, without being dry or overly pretentious … an exciting, promising new journal.’ – Lumiere Reader
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