Aotearoa NZ Poetry Sound Archive (2004):
3. Waters at Baiae
4. Just Looking
5. Hearth and Cloister
6. What a Garden’s For
7. Love Suite Love
9. Photo Opportunity: with Lines to a Mother
10. “Today” in Two Parts - on my birthday in 1973 and on my birthday in 2002
12. Thoughts on a Fine Day
13. Nervous Service
14. Old Michael Mac and the Red Revolution
15. Ruby Anniversary
16. Two Lives and Others Too
17. Canal Knowledge
19. To Light Applause
Bio / Bibliography:
20 April 1934 at Hadleigh, Suffolk, England.
Sudbury Grammar School; Leeds University (LL.B. (Hons) 1955); University of Singapore (LL.M. 1963); Fellow of the Legal Research Foundation, 1992; Honorary Life Member, Criminal Bar Association of New Zealand 2001; University of Auckland Distinguished Teaching Medal, 1995.
Agricultural Labourer; Railways Goods Porter; Flying Officer RAF (Sword of Honour, 1957) - service in Singapore, Malaya and Borneo. Lecturer in Law, then Associate Professor - Singapore University, Auckland University; ANU Foundation Fellow in Papua New Guinea 1966-1969; Auckland University (again). Retired 1999. Then part-time teacher, Auckland University, to present.
New Zealand Order of Merit (Officer), 2000.
(extra to ‘work’). 1970-1980, Member of the Criminal Law Reform Committee (Department of Justice, New Zealand); 1969-present, Member of the Council, Legal Research Foundation Inc.; 1970-present, Treasurer, PEN (NZ) Auckland Branch (now New Zealand Society of Authors (inc. PEN (NZ)), also 1970-81, Secretary, Auckland Branch.
Up To Nowadays, Auckland: Acorn Press, 1973.
Victims and Traders, Wellington: Mallinson Rendell, 1980.
Surprising the Slug, Queen Charlotte Sound: Cape Catley, 1996.
Unspeakable Practices, Auckland: Cape Catley, 2001.
“Respects” in Best New Zealand Poems 2001 (ed. Manhire, International Institute of Modern Letters, and Creative NZ) 2002.