Bill Manhire

Bill Manhire

William "Bill" Manhire, CNZM (born 27 December 1946, in Invercargill) is an award-winning New Zealand poet, short story writer, and professor, New Zealand's inaugural Poet Laureate.

Read more about Bill Manhire:  Biography, Poetry Collections, Further Reading

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Montana New Zealand Book Award For Poetry - Winners of The New Zealand Book Award For Poetry, 1976–1995
... to Talk 1993 Brian Turner, Beyond 1992 Bill Manhire, Milky Way Bar 1991 Cilla McQueen, Berlin Diary 1990 Elizabeth Smither, A Pattern of Marching 1989 Cilla McQueen, Benzina 1988 Anne French, All ...
Bill Manhire - Further Reading
... "Pavlova and Wrists The Poetry of Bill Manhire", by Peter Crisp, Islands 24 (Auckland), November 1978 ... "The Poetry of Bill Manhire", Hugh Lauder, in Landfall (Christchurch), September 1983 ... "Joker Playing Poetry in the Eighties Manhire, Curnow, Stead, Horrocks", by Michele Leggott, in World Literature Written in English(Singapore), 23(1), winter 1984 ...
Elizabeth Knox - Writing Career
... A year later, she started work on After Z-Hour in Bill Manhire’s Original Composition course at Victoria ... Bill Manhire encouraged her to write her novel, and told her he would be more interested in seeing her complete it, than her degree ... Nigel Cox, Elizabeth Knox, and Damien Wilkins, with the help of Bill Manhire, Alan Preston and Andrew Mason, co-founded the literary journal Sport ...

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