Bibliography

1. Books written and edited by Mark Pirie

Poetry Books/Broadsheets/Chapbooks

Journeys: a poem sequence, Sonny Boy Press, Wellington, 1996, 8 pages
Shoot
, Sudden Valley Press, Christchurch, 1999, 80 pages
No Joke, Sudden Valley Press, Christchurch, 2001, 160 pages
The Blues, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, Paekakariki, 2001, 32 pages
Reading the Will, Sudden Valley Press, Christchurch, 2002, 110 pages
Dumber: Poems, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, Paekakariki, 2003, 64 pages
Gallery: A Selection, Foreword by Harry Ricketts, Salt Publishing, Cambridge, England, 2003, 116 pages
Bullet Poems, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, Paekakariki, 2004, 42 pages
Poems for Poets, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, Paekakariki, 2004, 40 pages
The Angel Bus: Song Lyrics 1992-1994, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, Paekakariki, 2004, 36 pages
Two Poems: An Impression of the Sea, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, Paekakariki, 2004, 16 pages
The Rose and Other Poems, The Doll Press, Wellington, c2004, 64 pages
The Bet: Poems in Memory of Jim Morrison (American Poet), The Night Press, Wellington, 2004, 12 pages
The Ballad of Courtney Love, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, Paekakariki, 2004, single page broadsheet
Giving Poetry a Bad Name, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, Paekakariki, 2005, 256 pages
Blues For Sam, The Broadsheet Company, Dunedin, 2005, 2-page broadsheet
London Notebook, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, Paekakariki, 2005, 80 pages
Mahones: Anthology - Four Poets, with Bill Dacker, Michael O'Leary and Iain Sharp, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, Paekakariki, 2005, 48 pages
Bach Concert, The Worthy Press, Wellington, 2005, 8 pages
Wellington Fool (ESAW mini series No. 2), Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2006, 24 pages
Sounds of Sonnets, HeadworX Publishers, Wellington, 2006, 66 pages
The Search, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, Paekakariki, 2007, 200 pages
Love Notes, The Night Press, Wellington 2007, 12 pages
More Love Notes, The Night Press, Wellington 2007, 12 pages
Two Poems for Stephen Oliver, The Night Press, Wellington, 2007, single page broadsheet
Two Poems for Gemma, The Night Press, Wellington, 2007, single page broadsheet
Private Detective, Kilmog Press, Dunedin, 2007, 14 pages
Slips: cricket poems (ESAW mini series No. 21), Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, Paekakariki, 2008, 24 pages
Bottle of Armour: Early Poems/Lyrics 1992-93, Original Books, Wellington, 2008, 80 pages
Trespassing in Dionysia: Uncollected Early Poems 1993-97, Original Books, Wellington, 2008, 80 pages
TOM: A Novel in Verse, Poets Group, Christchurch, 2009, 96 pages
Journeys (for three strings and three voices), with music by Paul Wolffram, Original Books, Wellington, 2010
Thinking Cap: A Book of Epigrams (ESAW mini series No. 27), Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, Paekakariki, 2011, 24 pages
Old Hat: A Book of Triolets, HeadworX, Wellington, 2012, 64 pages
Sidelights: Rugby Poems, The Night Press, Wellington, 2013, 24 pages
Poems for my Father, The Night Press, Wellington, 2014, 16 pages
The Siamese Exit [as M.R. Pirie, c1993], Archival Edition, Original Books, Wellington, 2015, 57 pages.
Listening to the River: Poems 1992-95 [c1995], Archival Edition, Original Books, Wellington, 2015, 46 pages.
Some Aspects of New Zealand Literature: A Recent Survey [c2002], Archival Edition, Original Books, Wellington, 2015, 32 pages.
Bullshit & Poetry [c1996], Archival Edition, Original Books, Wellington, 2015, 54 pages.
Informing the Tabula Rasa: Selected Poems 1992-1993 [c1993], Archival Edition, Original Books, Wellington, 2015, unnumbered.
12 Netball Poems, The Night Press, Wellington, 2015, 16 pages.
Rock and Roll: Selected Poems in Five Sets, Bareknuckle Books, Brisbane, Australia, 2016, 156 pages.
Ride the Tempest, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, Paekakariki, 2011, 64 pages


Free eBooks (pdfs)

Journeys: a poem sequence, Sonny Boy Press, Wellington, 1996, 8 pages.
The Bet: Poems in Memory of Jim Morrison (American Poet), The Night Press, Wellington, 2004, 12 pages.
Wellington Fool (ESAW mini series No. 2), Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2006, 24 pages.
Two Poems for Stephen Oliver, The Night Press, Wellington, 2007, single page broadsheet.
Slips: cricket poems (ESAW mini series No. 21), Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, Paekakariki, 2008, 24 pages.
Old Hat: A Book of Triolets
, HeadworX, Wellington, 2012, 64 pages.
Sidelights: Rugby Poems, The Night Press, Wellington, 2013, 24 pages.
Poems for my Father, The Night Press, Wellington, 2014, 16 pages.
12 Netball Poems, The Night Press, Wellington, 2015, 16 pages.

Fiction Books

Swing and Other Stories, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, Peakakariki, 2002, 80 pages

Plays

Two Plays: Between Friends / A Night With Byron [c1994-1995], Archival Edition, Original Books, Wellington, 2015, 46 pages.

Edited (includes books* edited as jobs for publishers)

JAAM 1-3, 5-7, 10, 13, 15, 17, 19, 20 (with Amelia Nurse), 21 (with Michael O'Leary), 23, Wai-te-ata Press/JAAM Publishing Collective, 1995-2005
The NeXt Wave, University of Otago Press, 1998, 280 pages
HeadworX New Poetry and Classic Poetry Series, 1998-ongoing
Selection of NZ poetry, Thylazine online journal, Australia, 1999 (no longer available online)
Storyteller: Poems 1988-1999 by Simon Williamson, HeadworX, 2002, 320 pages
Bookmarks: An Anthology, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, Paekakariki, 2003, 32 pages
*The Smell of Oranges, Jill Chan, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, Paekakariki, 2003, 63 pages
The First Wellington International Poetry Festival Anthology, co-edited with Ron Riddell and Saray Torres, HeadworX, 2003, 144 pages
"Greatest Hits": An anthology of writing, 1984-2004, co-edited with Michael O'Leary, HeadworX/ESAW/JAAM, 2004
Tupelo Hotel: Winter Readings at Tupelo, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2004, 32 pages
Here and There: A Selection from the Arabic by Basim Furat, HeadworX, 2004, 64 pages
The Second Wellington International Poetry Festival Anthology, co-edited with Ron Riddell and Saray Torres, HeadworX, 2004
*Diasporic Ghosts: A Discourse on Exile and Refugee Issues, Yilma Tafere Tasew, First Edition Ltd, Wellington, 2005, 380 pages
50 Poems by 50 Poets: Recent New Zealand Poetry, papertiger media, Brisbane, 2004
Black Mail Press Issue 12, 2005
The Manuka Tree, Winter Readings 2005, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, Paekakariki, 2005, 44 pages
*Resistance, Meg Campbell, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, Paekakariki, 2005, 43 pages
The Moon That Excels in Nothing But Waiting Poems from the Arabic  by Basim Furat, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2006, 24 pages
Poetrymath, Winter Readings 2006, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2006, 44 pages
Poetrywall, Winter Readings 2007, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2007, 32 pages
Poetrywall, Anthology of the Poetrywall, edited/compiled with Gemma Claire (Rowsell), Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2007, 32 pages
*Jubal's Lyre, Will Leadbeater, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, Paekakariki, 2008, 24 pages
broadsheet
1-ongoing, The Night Press, Wellington, 2008-ongoing
Two poems by Basim Furat, The Night Press, Wellington, 2008.
The WHITE Album Readings, Winter Readings 2008, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, Paekakariki, 2008, 32 pages
Voyagers: Science Fiction Poetry From New Zealand, co-edited with Tim Jones, Interactive Publications, Brisbane, 2009, 166 pages; also available on Amazon.com as a Kindle e-book
The Earl is in...: 25 Years of the Earl of Seacliff, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2009, 220 pages
No Boat May Allow Drowning to Vanish: New Poems from the Arabic by Basim Furat, HeadworX, 2010, 64 pages
Time and Place: A Selection of New Zealand Poetry [Allen Curnow memorial anthology], Original Books, Archival Edition, Wellington 2010
The Pop Artist's Garland: Selected Poems 1952-2009 by F W N Wright, HeadworX, Wellington, 2010, 103 pages
Rail Poems of New Zealand Aotearoa, Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa/Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2010, 32 pages
Poetry Notes (Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa Newsletter), 2010-ongoing
'A Tingling Catch': A Century of New Zealand Cricket Poems 1864-2009, HeadworX, Wellington, 2010, 190 pages
A Tribute to Kenny the Busker: Poet John d'Estaing Adams (1946-2011), Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa, archival edition, Wellington, 2011, 60 pages
Out of It by Michael O'Leary, HeadworX, Wellington, 2012, 66 pages
A Golden Ship and Other Uncollected Poems for Children, Ivy Gibbs, Original Books, Wellington, 2012, 28 pages.
Young Moon: Collected and Uncollected Poems From The Bulletin 1920-1930, Ivy Gibbs, Original Books, Wellington, 2012, 42 pages.
The Wind Boy and Other Uncollected Poems 1924-1941, Ivy Gibbs, Original Books, Wellington, 2012, 28 pages.
King Willow: Selected Poems, Robert J Pope, HeadworX, Wellington, 2012, 192 pages
Retreat to Dunkirk: An Officer's Account by Capt. Arthur Lawn with a poem by Mark Pirie, The Night Press, Wellington, 2013, 11 pages
Polynesian Legends and Other Poems  by A. Stanley Sherratt, HeadworX, Wellington & Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, Paekakariki, 2013, 44 pages.
Earl of Seacliff Christmas Surprise, 2013-ongoing, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, Paekakariki, 25 pages.
Classic New Zealand poetry from NZ Farmer 1937-65 in Poetry Notes [Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa Newsletter], Vol. 5, Issue No. 1, Autumn 2014.
Fallen Grace, by MaryJane Thomson, The Night Press, Wellington, 2014, 32 pages.
Making Songs and Other Uncollected Poems (1927-1941), Ivy Gibbs, Original Books, Wellington, 2015, 50 pages.
The Dreamer and Other Uncollected Poems from Australian Newspapers (1922-1948), Ivy Gibbs, Original Books, Wellington, 2015, 42 pages.
Main Trunk Lines: Collected Railway Poems, Michael O'Leary, HeadworX, Wellington, 2015, 80 pages.
Lonely Earth, MaryJane Thomson, HeadworX, Wellington, 2015, 90 pages.
Poetry Gees: Winter Readings 2016, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, Paekakariki, 2016, 20 pages.

Free eBooks (pdfs)

Poetrywall, Winter Readings 2007
,
Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2007, 32 pages
The WHITE Album Readings, Winter Readings 2008, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, Paekakariki, 2008, 32 pages
broadsheet 1-ongoing, The Night Press, Wellington, 2008-ongoing
The Pop Artist's Garland: Selected Poems 1952-2009 by F W N Wright, HeadworX, Wellington, 2010, 103 pages
Rail Poems of New Zealand Aotearoa
, Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa/Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2010, 32 pages
King Willow: Selected Poems, Robert J Pope, HeadworX, Wellington, 2012, 192 pages
Retreat to Dunkirk: An Officer's Account
by Capt. Arthur Lawn with a poem by Mark Pirie, The Night Press, Wellington, 2013, 11 pages
Polynesian Legends and Other Poems  by A. Stanley Sherratt, HeadworX, Wellington & Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, Paekakariki, 2013, 44 pages.
ESAW Christmas Surprise 2013, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, Paekakariki, 2013, 28 pages.
Fallen Grace, by MaryJane Thomson, The Night Press, Wellington, 2014, 32 pages.
ESAW Christmas Surprise 2014, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, Paekakariki, 2014, 25 pages.
ESAW Christmas Surprise 2015, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, Paekakariki, 2015, 25 pages.
ESAW Christmas Surprise 2016, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, Paekakariki, 2016, 25 pages.


2. Mark Pirie's poem publication record (includes edited translations)


Poetry anthologised in

Micropress: Best Poems, Micropress New Zealand, 1996
The NeXt Wave, University of Otago Press, 1998
In Our Own Words: Generation X Poetry, Volume 2, MW Enterprises, USA, 2000
Something Between Breaths, Bahri Publications, New Delhi, India, 2000
Doors, Leaders Press, University of Waikato, 2000 (NZ Secondary Schools Anthology)
Jewels in the Water, Leaders Press, University of Waikato, 2000 (NZ Secondary Schools Anthology)
Essential New Zealand Poems, Godwit/Random House, 2001
Subversions: generations of contemporary poetry, Best of Subverse Queensland Poetry Festival participants, papertiger media, Australia, 2001
In Our Own Words: A Generation Defining Itself, Volume 4, MW Enterprise, USA, 2002
Bookmarks: An Anthology, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2003
The First Wellington International Poetry Festival Anthology, HeadworX, 2003
Tupelo Hotel: Winter Readings at Tupelo, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2004
Rhyming Business in Upper Hutt, Upper Hutt Poetry Day, Upper Hutt, 2005
JAAM 21: Greatest Hits: An Anthology of Writing 1984-2004, HeadworX/Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop/JAAM, 2004
Under Flagstaff: Dunedin Poetry, University of Otago Press, 2004
Spirit Abroad: A Second Selection of New Zealand Spiritual Verse, Godwit/Random House, 2004
The Manuka Tree: Winter Readings 2005, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2005
Heroes of Upper Hutt, Upper Hutt Poetry Day, Upper Hutt, 2005
A Heady Brew: Poems from Porirua Poetry Cafe, Inkweed, 2005
ESAW Christmas Surprise 2005, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2005
World Words: An Anthology of International Writers in New Zealand, ed. T. M Schaefer, Assistant Editors: Kevin Cudby and Catherine Boyle, Writers International (NZ) in Association with HeadworX, 2006
Poetrymath, Winter Readings 2006, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2006
Shards of Silver, New Zealand Poets on Photography, Steele Roberts Ltd, Wellington, 2006
ESAW Christmas Surprise 2006, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2006
Poetrywall, Winter Readings 2007, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2007
Poetrywall, Anthology of the Poetrywall, edited/compiled with Gemma Claire (Rowsell), Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2007
Che in Verse, eds Gavin O'Toole and Georgina Jimenez, Aflame Books, UK, 2007.
ESAW Christmas Surprise 2007, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2007
New New Zealand Poets in Performance, eds. Jan Kemp and Jack Ross, Auckland University Press, 2008
The White Album Readings, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2008
JAFA: Auckland in Poetry, Antediluvian Press, 2008
ESAW Christmas Surprise 2008, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2008
Our Own Kind: 100 New Zealand Poems about Animals, ed. Siobhan Harvey, Godwit/Random House, 2009
Voyagers: Science Fiction Poetry From New Zealand, Interactive Publications, Brisbane, 2009
A Day in History, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2009
Narratives with Nosh: Stories, Poems & Recipes, Tauranga Writers Group, 2009.
Crest to Crest: Impressions of Canterbury: Poetry & Prose, Wily Publications, Christchurch, 2009
ESAW Christmas Surprise 2009, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2009
The Earl is in...: 25 Years of the Earl of Seacliff, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2009
Blue Eyed Son, [Kurt Cobain art book], Independent Woman Records, Wellington, 2010
Wildes Licht (Wild Light): poems/Gedichte aus Aotearoa Neuseeland : Englisch-Deutsch, edited by Dieter Riemenschneider, Christchurch, New Zealand und Kronberg im Taunus, Germany, Tranzlit, 2010
Rail Poems of New Zealand Aotearoa, Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa/Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2010
'A Tingling Catch': A Century of New Zealand Cricket Poems 1864-2009, HeadworX, 2010
Red Tendrils, Lopdell House Gallery, Titirangi, Auckland, 2010
These I Have Loved: My Favourite New Zealand Poems, ed. Harvey McQueen, Steele Roberts Ltd, Wellington, 2010
All Together Now: A Digital Bridge for Auckland and Sydney, Vol. 2, eds. Pam Brown, Martin Edmond, Brian Flaherty and Michele Leggott, nzepc online anthology (New Zealand Electronic Poetry Centre), Auckland, 2010
ESAW Christmas Surprise 2010, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2010
A Tribute to Kenny the Busker: Poet John d'Estaing Adams (1946-2011), Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa, archival edition, Wellington, 2011
ESAW Christmas Surprise 2011, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2011
Notes for the Translators: From 142 Australian and New Zealand Poets, collected and edited by Christopher (Kit) Kelen, ASM Poetry, Association of Stories in Macao, China, 2012
Touchlines: An Anthology of Rugby Poetry, NZ Sports Hall of Fame, 2013
ESAW Christmas Surprise 2013, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2013
While the moon is swimming naked: Australasian poems for the Chinese youngster, edited by Kit Kelen and Mark Carthew, ASM Poetry, Association of Stories in Macao, China, 2013
Facing the Empty Page: 150 Essential New Zealand Poems, edited by Harry Ricketts, Siobhan Harvey and James Norcliffe, Random House, 2014.
ESAW Christmas Surprise 2014, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2014.
Of Paekakariki, edited by Sylvia Bagnall, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2015.
Bareknuckle Poet 001, edited by Brentley Frazer & A G Pettit, Bareknuckle Books, Brisbane, Australia, 2015.
ESAW Christmas Surprise 2015, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2015.
Poetry Gees: Winter Readings 2016, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2016
Bareknuckle Poet 002, edited by Brentley Frazer & A G Pettit, Bareknuckle Books, Brisbane, Australia, 2016.
ESAW Christmas Surprise 2016, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2016.

Poetry featured in

Spin 27, ed. John O'Connor, 1997
Poetry NZ
16, ed. Alistair Paterson, 1998
Black Mail Press 5, ed. Doug Poole, 2002
Valley Micropress, ed. Tony Chad, June 2004

Poetry online archive publications

HeadworX Publishers website - sample poems by Mark Pirie
nzepc (New Zealand Electronic Poetry Centre) - online poetry archive
markpirie.com - online poetry archive
tinglingcatch.blogspot.com - online New Zealand cricket poetry archive

Poetry recordings

Audio track on papertiger 04 CD-ROM, papertiger media, Australia/Thailand, 2004
Archived recordings of poems in Aotearoa New Zealand Poetry Sound Archive, 2004
Four poems by Mark Pirie on New New Zealand Poets in Performance CD, eds. Jan Kemp and Jack Ross, Auckland University Press, 2008
Four cricket poems by Mark Pirie in Touch Screen Interactive, New Zealand Cricket Museum, Basin Reserve, 2012

Poems published in (periodical publication - print, CD-ROM, electronic and online)

Another Toronto Quarterly (Canada), Babylon Express (NZ), bareknucklepoet.com (Australia), Beattie's Book Blog (NZ), Beer Swill Romanticism (Australia), Bernard Gadd Memorial (NZ), Black Mail Press (NZ), Brief (NZ), Books in the Trees (Tim Jones's blog), broadsheet: new new zealand poetry (NZ), Capital Times (NZ), Catalyst (NZ), Coffee House Poetry (UK), Cordite Poetry Review (Australia), Critical Forum (India), David Colquhoun website blog (NZ), Deep South (NZ), Dream Catcher (UK), Elves e-zine (Australia), Enamel (NZ), Evasion (NZ), Fresh (NZ), fusebox (USA), Gilgamesh: Journal of Iraqi Culture (Iraq), Glottis (NZ), Hrvatsko Slovo (Croatia), hutt (Australia/Thailand), International Journal on Multicultural Literature (India), International Literary Quarterly (UK), JAAM (NZ), Jacket (Australia), Jacket2 (USA), Journal and Bulletin of The Cricket Society (UK), Joussour (Australia), Kokako (NZ), Kota Press On-line Journal (USA), Lampstand [Wellington College Old Boys' Magazine] (NZ), Landfall (NZ), Litter: Otago University Review (NZ), Magazine Six (USA), Micropress NZ, Micropress Yates: The Mozzie (Australia), Minarets (NZ), molloy notebook (Harvey Molloy's blog), Moths vs Mammoths (zine, NZ), muse apprentice guild (USA), New Zealand Books, New Zealand Cricket Museum Newsletter, New Zealand Sports Hall of Fame Newsletter, New Zealand Listener, New Zealand Poetry Society Newsletter, Otago Daily Times (NZ), Paekariki Xpressed (NZ), papertiger (Australia/Thailand), Percutio (France/NZ), Poetry Aotearoa (Australia), Poetry New Zealand Yearbook, Poetry NZ, Poetry Notes (NZ), Presto (NZ), Quarterly Literary Review Singapore, Retort (Australia), Rugby: A New Zealand History by Ron Palenski, Salt (Australia), sidereality (USA), Sidestream (NZ), SideWaLK (Australia), Snakeskin (UK), Social Alternatives (Australia), SOFTBLOW Poetry Journal (Singapore), Southern Ocean Review (NZ), Spin (NZ), Starch (NZ), Stoat Spring (blog, NZ), Stylus Poetry Journal (Australia), Sugar Mule (USA), Sunday Star-Times (NZ), Takahe (NZ), The Dominion Post (NZ), The Otoliths (Australia), The Wellingtonian (NZ), Tiger Talk (papertiger media e-newsletter, Australia/Thailand), Trout: An Internet Journal (NZ), Valley Micropress (NZ) and Words for Christchurch (blog, NZ).

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Translations of Mark Pirie's poetry in (other languages)

German, Croatian, Chinese, Arabic

Edited translations by Mark Pirie of Basim Furat's poetry in English in (print and online periodicals/anthologies)

A Heady Brew: Poems from the Porirua Poetry Cafe (NZ), Banipal (UK), Bravado (NZ), broadsheet: new new zealand poetry, Dead Parrots Society, Edinburgh Review (UK), Jihat.com, Gilgamesh: Journal of Iraqi Culture (Iraq), JAAM (NZ), papertiger 04 (Australia/Thailand), Peartree 6 [Tahayati.com], Poetry NZ, SOFTBLOW Poetry Journal (Singapore), Southern Ocean Review (NZ), Sugar Mule (USA), Takahe (NZ), The First Wellington International Poetry Festival anthology (NZ), Tupelo Hotel: Winter Readings at Tupelo anthology (NZ), Valley Micropress (NZ), Voices [education project], Voices in Wartime (NZ), and World Words: An Anthology of International Writers in New Zealand.

Poems/poetry books by Mark Pirie included in art exhibitions and museums

Jenny Bornholdt and Gregory O'Brien [curators], Main Trunk Lines: An Exhibition of NZ Poetry, National Library of New Zealand, Wellington, October 2005
Benedict Quilter, Blue Eyed Son [Kurt Cobain art exhibition], Manky Chops Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand, April 2010
Peter Coates, Mary Campbell and Nelson Wattie [curators], Alistair Te Ariki Campbell Exhibition, Bottle Creek Community Gallery, Pataka Museum, Porirua, New Zealand, 14 April-1 May 2011
Multi-media Touch Screen Interactive, New Zealand Cricket Museum, Basin Reserve, 2012


3. Mark Pirie's fiction publication record

Fiction

'The Articulate Madman' in JAAM 2, 1995
'The Ride' in JAAM 3, 1996
'Snap!' in JAAM 4, 1996
'B's Story' in JAAM 5, 1996
'First on the List: a Tragi-comedy' in JAAM 10, 1998
'The Joke', Southern Ocean Review 13, 1999
'White Wash' in brief 24, 2002
'How We Killed Them' in JAAM 21, 2004
'Me, Sam Hunt and Nirvana' in The Search, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2007
'The Gathering' in The Search, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2007

Fiction anthologised in

JAAM 21: Greatest Hits: An Anthology of Writing 1984-2004, HeadworX/Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop/JAAM, 2004


4. Mark Pirie's non-fiction publication record


Editorials/prefaces to literary journals

Editorials to JAAM magazine, 1-3, 5-7, 10, 13, 15, 17, 19, 21 (with Michael O'Leary), 23, Wai-te-ata Press/JAAM Publishing Collective, 1995-2005
Prefaces to broadsheet: new new zealand poetry, 2008-ongoing

Prefaces/introductions to books/anthologies

Introduction to The NeXt Wave, Otago University Press, Dunedin, 1998.
Introduction to the poetry of Dambudzo Marechera, JAAM 10, 1998.
Publisher's Preface
to Harry Ricketts' Nothing to Declare: Selected Writings 1977-1997, HeadworX, 1998.
Introduction to the poetry of Bill Sewell, JAAM 13, 2000.
Preface to L E Scott's Earth Colours: Selected Poems, HeadworX, 2000.
Preface to Simon Williamson's Storyteller, HeadworX, 2002.
Author's Introduction to Giving Poetry a Bad Name: Selected Early Poems, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2005.
Author's Preface to The Search: Poems & Stories, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2007
Introduction [with Tim Jones] to Voyagers: Science Fiction Poetry From New Zealand, Interactive Publications, Brisbane, 2009.
Introduction to The Earl is in...: 25 Years of the Earl of Seacliff, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2009.
Introduction to Time and Place: A Selection of New Zealand Poetry [Allen Curnow memorial anthology], Original Books, Archival Edition, Wellington 2010, Appendix pp. 1-2.
Preface to F W N Wright's The Pop Artist's Garland: Selected Poems 1952-2009, HeadworX, Wellington, 2010.
Introduction to 'A Tingling Catch': A Century of New Zealand Cricket Poems 1864-2009, HeadworX, Wellington, 2010.
A Prefatory Note on John d'Estaing Adams in A Tribute to Kenny the Busker: Poet John d'Estaing Adams (1946-2011), Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa, 2011.
Foreword to Out of It by Michael O'Leary, HeadworX: Wellington, 2012.
Author's Preface and Notes to Old Hat: A Book of Triolets, HeadworX: Wellington, 2012.
Introduction and Notes to King Willow: Selected Poems by Robert J Pope, HeadworX: Wellington, 2012.
Introduction to Broken Wings by Yilma Tafere Tasew, Steele Roberts Ltd.: Wellington, 2013.
Foreword to Main Trunk Lines: Collected Railway Poems, Michael O'Leary, HeadworX, Wellington, 2015.

Articles/essays

Sensitively Inuring: The Poetry of Nicholas Laing in JAAM 2, 1995
President's Report 1995 [a brief history of JAAM - Victoria University writer's club], JAAM Newsletter, 1996, pp. 1-2.
The Women's Play Press
in JAAM 5, 1996
Nearing a Horizon: The Poetry of Ee Tiang Hong in JAAM 7, 1997
Reconstructing New Zealand Literature in Kite 13, 1997 & in New Zealand Literature: Some Recent Trends: Creative Forum, New Delhi, India, 1998
Katherine Mansfield: A Pioneer Performance Poet? in Journal of Commonwealth Literature, No. 2, 1999
The Fuss about Landfall and HeadworX, JAAM 13, 2000
Between the Land: The Poetry of Andrew Fagan in JAAM 17, 2002
What I've Been Reading Lately? in Five Bells, Sydney, 2002
Kendrick Smithyman and Louis Johnson: A Note on a Literary Friendship, brief 26, 2003
HeadworX Publishers publishing lecture, August 2003
What I'm reading in The Dominion Post, 11 October 2003, p. E8.
Alan Brunton as Publisher: A Personal Recollection, Jacket 16, March 2002 and in brief 28, 2003
The Multilinguists: The Rise of Migrant Poetry and the Poetry of Exile, New Zealand Poetry Society Newsletter, March 2004, pp. 1-2.
The New American Poetry in Poetry NZ 31, 2005
A Cry to the Gulf: The Poetry of Basim Furat: Exiled Iraqi Poet in Diasporic Ghosts, First Edition Ltd, 2005; Gilgamesh: Journal of Iraqi Culture (Iraq), No. 4, 2006, pages 24-32; and on Jihat.com and tahayati.com; and translated from the English in an Arabic collection of essays/articles on Basim Furat, 2007.
Strange Brew: A Personal Reflection on the Poetry of Hone Tuwhare, Ka Mate Ka Ora 6 online journal, 2008
A Changing Sense of Home: Bethell and Hawken, Bravado 16, 2009
A Reading of Book with No Back Cover [by Richard Berengarten] in Jacket 40 July 2010, and in the Salt Companion to Richard Berengarten, Salt Publishing, Cambridge, 2011
James K. Baxter as Playwright: A Discussion of The Wide Open Cage and The Band Rotunda, Cultural and Political Booklets, Wellington, 2010
Robert J. Pope in Poetry Notes (Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa Newsletter), Vol. 1, Issue No. 1, Autumn 2010
J H E Schroder's New Zealand Cricket Poems: an essay and an appendix of poems, Cultural and Political Booklets, Wellington, 2011; and in Poetry Notes (Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa Newsletter), Vol. 1, Issue No. 3, Spring 2010
Tingling Catch blog 2010-ongoing (online New Zealand cricket poetry blog/archive):
- Don Clarke as a cricketer
- Tim Finn's NZ cricket song Runs in the Family
- Eva Burfield's 1961 cricket short story
- Michael O'Leary's cricket novel to be reprinted
- Chris Boxall's cricket book I Am an Axeman
- Alistair Campbell and Pat Wilson's cricket poetry
- John Ansell's NZ cricket poems
- Maori cricket in New Zealand
- Cricket poetry - Arthur Salway's cricket poems
- Robert J. Pope - NZ poet and cricketer
- Anthony Rudolf - UK poet with a cricket interest
- J H E Schroder's NZ cricket poems
- Tim Jones's NZ cricket stories
- John Newton - NZ poet with a cricket connection
- Niel Wright's NZ cricket poem
- Simon Boyce's NZ cricket poems
- Dick Bird's NZ cricket poems
- Tiki Cootes' NZ cricket ballad
- Gregory O'Brien's NZ cricket poem
- Michael O'Leary's Maori cricket poem
- John Reid's Sword of Willow
- Kathryn Gilkison's NZ cricket poem 
- Harvey McQueen's These I Have Loved
- Don Neely in the New Hears Honours
- John Sellwood's NZ cricket story
- Liam Ferney's Australian cricket poem
- R G Park's NZ cricket poem
- Cyril Childs's NZ cricket haiku
- Jack Gallichan's WWII NZ cricket poem
- Tony Beyer's NZ cricket haiku
- A World Cup epigram for Hiral Patel
- Marc Ellis as a cricketer; and in The Lampstand, No. 21, October 2011 (Wellington College Old Boys' magazine), p. 64.
- Harry Ricketts's cricket poem for Bob Woolmer
- John Barr's 1927 Australian cricket vignette
- Martin Crowe's cricket comeback
- Douglas Catley's NZ cricket limerick
- Bruce Mason's cricket satire on Viscount Cobham
- Anne French's new NZ cricket poem
- Ronald Castle's NZ cricket-related poem
- Cecil W Pierce's 1894 Australian cricket poem
- Gary Langford's NZ cricket poems
- Rugby bard Ernest L Eyre's NZ cricket poem
- The Nelson cricketers' victorious return and poem 1876
- Bill O'Reilly's 1946 NZ cricket poem
- Vaughan Rapatahana's NZ cricket poem
- The Old Clay Patch - Victoria College's poet-cricketers
- Philip Grey's 1913 NZ cricket poem
- Marie R Randle's 1887 NZ cricket-related poem
- J H Haslam's 1926 cricket sonnet on Jack Hobbs
- Maori cricket in New Zealand: futher notes
- Anonymous 1932 NZ Test cricket epigram
- The Ladies' Guide to Cricket c1883
- Michael Walker's NZ-England cricket poem
- Ken Rutherford's 314
- William Outhwaite's 1885 NZ cricket poem
- New Zealand in England Test Tour Diary 2013
- At Headingley: A Freddie Trueman poem
- Anonymous 1938 Ashes poem
- Anonymous 1928 NZ cricket poem
- Michael Walker's new Richard Hadlee poem
- Ellesmere 1920s NZ cricket poems found
- Martin Wilson's 1969 Polynesian cricket story
- Chris Martin retirement ode
- Mathew Sinclair retirement ode
- Anonymous 1919 NZ cricket poem
- George Kaye's 1974 NZ cricket poem
- J Haughey's 1923 NZ children's cricket poem
- Anonymous 1881 NZ cricket poem
- Riccarton Russell's 1896 NZ cricket song
- Anonymous 1902 England Ashes poem
The Homely Ghost by Marjory Nicholls
, Guest editor, Tuesday Poem Blog, 1 February 2011.
Historic rugby poems found for Rugby World Cup 2011, Poetry Archive of NZ Aotearoa Blog, 24 September 2011
Don Bradman's 1932 New Zealand visit and poems: an essay and an appendix of poems, Cultural and Political Booklets, Wellington, 2012; and in Poetry Notes (Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa Newsletter), Vol. 2, Issue No. 4, Summer 2012.
Report on Henry Manning Moore in Reports to PANZA: on the poet William Moore (1803-1888) and the journalist Henry Manning Moore (1840-1879) prepared by Mark Pirie, Rowan Gibbs and Niel Wright (Cultural and Political Booklets, Wellington, 2012).
The Old Clay Patch: Victoria College's Poet-Cricketers: An Essay on Four Poets: AE Caddick, AFT Chorlton, F A de la Mare and S Eichelbaum, with an Epilogue on their contemporary, poet Philip Grey, Cultural and Political Booklets, Wellington, 2012; and in Poetry Notes (Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa Newsletter), Vol. 3, Issue No. 3, Spring 2012
An Account of the War Poet Jessie Pope: A Popular Edwardian and Georgian Writer in New Zealand (1903-23), Cultural and Political Booklets, Wellington, 2012.
Eva Burfield's 1961 Cricket Short Story: An Essay with a Bibliography of Her Works, Cultural and Political Booklets, Wellington, 2012.
Jessie Pope's ANZAC poems on the Poetry Archive of NZ Aotearoa website; and in Poetry Notes [Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa Newsletter], Vol. 3, Issue No. 1, Autumn 2012.
The Basin's Amazing New Jukebox on Beattie's Book Blog, 30 April 2012
Reading Our Heritage: Some Early New Zealand Poets of Value, in Poetry NZ 46, 2013.
The Ladies' Guide to Cricket c1883: An Account of its Presumed Author W E Outhwaite: A 19th Century Poet, Theatre Critic and Barrister, Cultural and Political Booklets, Wellington, 2013; and in Poetry Notes [Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa Newsletter], Vol. 4, Issue No. 1, Autumn 2013.
The All Blacks by Robert J Pope, Guest editor, Tuesday Poem Blog, 30 April 2013.
An Account of the Poet James H Elliott in Poetry Notes [Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa Newsletter], Vol. 4, Issue No. 2, Winter 2013.
An Account of the First World War Poet Donald H Lea, in Poetry Notes [Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa Newsletter], Vol. 4, Issue No. 3, Spring 2013.
Comment on H Farrington, in Poetry Notes [Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa Newsletter], Vol. 4, Issue No. 3, Spring 2013.
An Account of the Aotearoa Poet Martin Wilson, in Poetry Notes [Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa Newsletter], Vol. 4, Issue No. 4, Summer 2014.
Comment on John O'London Literary Club, Wellington in Poetry Notes [Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa Newsletter], Vol. 4, Issue No. 4, Summer 2014.
Business poetry in New Zealand in Poetry Notes [Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa Newsletter], Vol. 5, Issue No. 2, Winter 2014.
Marieda Batten in Poetry Notes [Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa Newsletter], Vol. 5, Issue No. 3, Spring 2014.
An Account of the New Zealand Poet Travis Wilson in Poetry Notes [Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa Newsletter], Vol. 5, Issue No. 3, Spring 2014.
National Poetry Day Poem: Carlaw Park by Francis Cloke, Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa website, 28 August 2015; and in Poetry Notes [Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa Newsletter], Vol. 6, Issue No. 3, Spring 2015.
A History of JAAM Literary Magazine in Poetry Notes [Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa Newsletter], Vol. 6, Issue No. 3, Spring 2015.
An Ode to Hip-Hop in Phantom Billstickers Cafe Reader, Vol. 12, Summer 2016, pp. 67-70. 

Articles/essays anthologised in

Diasporic Ghosts by Yilma Tafere Tasew, First Edition Ltd, Wellington, 2005
Arabic collection of essays/articles on Basim Furat, 2007.
The Earl is in...: 25 Years of the Earl of Seacliff, ed. Mark Pirie, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, Paekakariki, 2009
Salt Companion to Richard Berengarten, eds. Paul Scott Derrick, Norman Jope and Catherine E Byfield, Salt Publishing, Cambridge, 2011

Translations of Mark Pirie's articles/essays in (other languages)

Arabic

MA Thesis


The Human Position: A Survey of Louis Johnson's Early Period 1944-67, University of Otago, 2000 (unpublished thesis, held in the Hocken Library, Dunedin)

Interviews

An Interview with Jenny Bornholdt (with Helen Rickerby) in JAAM 1, 1995
An Interview with Dinah Hawken (with Helen Rickerby) in JAAM 2, 1995
An Interview with LE Scott (with Paul Wolffram) in JAAM 3, 1996; and in Earth Colours by L E Scott, HeadworX: Wellington, 2000.
An Interview with David Eggleton in JAAM 4, 1996
An Interview with Sam Hunt (with Paul Wolffram) in JAAM 5, 1996
An Interview with Ken Bolton in JAAM 10, 2001
An Interview with Alan Brunton in JAAM 16, 2001
An Interview with Edgard Telles Ribeiro in JAAM 17, 2002
An Interview with Charlotte Yates, JAAM 19, 2003
An Interview with Harvey McQueen, broadsheet 5, 2010
An Interview with Nick Whittock, Tingling Catch blog, 6 December 2010
An Interview with Michael O'Leary, Tingling Catch blog, 7 May 2011; and in Out of It by Michael O'Leary, HeadworX: Wellington, 2012.
An Interview with Patricia Prime in Poetry Notes [Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa Newsletter], Vol. 6, Issue No. 3, Spring 2015; and in the International Journal on Multicultural Literature, Vol 6, No. 1, January 2016, India, pp. 175-180.

Reviews

Pocket Collected Poems, Alistair Te Ariki Campbell in Salient, 1996
Surviving the Slug, Bernard Brown in Salient, 1996
Go Round Power Please, James Brown in JAAM 4, 1996
Not Her Real Name, Emily Perkins in JAAM 4, 1996
Lashings of Whipped Cream, Fiona Samuel in JAAM 5, 1996
Too Right Mate, Bernard Gadd/John O'Connor in JAAM 5, 1996
How Things Are, Harry Ricketts/Meg Campbell/ Adrienne Jansen/ JC Sturm in JAAM 5, 1996
Now That the Night Ends [tanka poetry], Gerard John Conforti, New Zealand Poetry Society Newsletter, March 1997
Books and Magazines in Brief: Salt 3 (Auckland literary journal); Zephyr 3 & 4 (Canterbury University literary journal); Waiwhetu Stream Notes and Apocalyptic Bodies by Sean McMahon in JAAM 6, 1997
As It Is, John O'Connor in JAAM 7, 1997
Books and Magazines in Brief: Salt 4 (Auckland literary journal); and Loud Quiet Song by John Ellis in JAAM 7, 1997
All Roads Lead to the Sea, Kapka Kassabova in JAAM 8, 1997
An Anthology of NZ Poetry in English edited by Bornholdt/O'Brien/Williams in Poetry NZ 15, 1997
Books Received: 50-50 by Pam Brown; Untimely Meditations by Ken Bolton; and Spin 30 edited by p n w donnelly in JAAM 10, 1998
Oxford History of NZ Literature in English edited by Terry Sturm in Poetry NZ 17, 1998
A Kind of Kingdom, James Norcliffe in New Zealand Books March, 1999
El Sur, Bill Sewell; Natsukaashi, Ingrid Horrocks; 13 Ways, Harry Ricketts in JAAM 11, 1999
Landbridge: Contemporary Australian Poetry edited by John Kinsella in JAAM 12, 1999
AUP New Poets 1, Sarah Quigley, Anna Jackson and Raewyn Alexander in JAAM 12, 1999
When Two Embrace edited by Jonathan Fisher and Eat These Sweet Words edited by Sue Fitchett, Marewa Glover, Rhonda Vickoce, Cary McDermott in JAAM 12, 1999
Flood Damage by Jeffrey Paparoa Holman; Papatipu by Jeanette King in Southern Ocean Review 13, October 1999
Winter I Was, Gregory O'Brien in JAAM 13, 2000
Shorts: Southern Ocean Review 13, Glottis 2, Poetry NZ 19, Sidewalk 4 (Australia) and Boundary 2 edited by Charles Bernstein (USA) in JAAM 13, 2000
Lemon, James Brown; Dividing the Light, John Allison in JAAM 13, 2000
Teeth, Frank Pervan; Beyond the Paper Lanterns, Cyril Childs Big Smoke edited by Alan Brunton, Murray Edmond and Michele Leggott in JAAM 14, 2000
Shorts: The Usefulness of Singing by Helen Jacobs; Stealing Sunlight by Rod Bridgman; The Last Conspiracy by Allen Gray; Bad Acid Soundtracks by Dave White; and In Our Own Words: A Generation Defining Itself, Vol. 2, edited by Marlow Peerse Weaver in JAAM 14, 2000
The Right Foot of the Giant, Mark Young, Bumper Books in JAAM 15, 2001
Shorts: The Whole Wide World (NZPS Anthology) edited by Vivienne Jepson; Half Light & High Wind edited by Judith Walsh and Joanna Preston; A Town Like Parataxis by Jack Ross; and Weatherboard by Tony Beyer in JAAM 15, 2001
Carnival of New Zealand Creatures, Lauris Edmond; Realia, Kate Camp; Fourteen Reasons for Writing, Kevin Ireland in JAAM 16, 2001
Selected Poems, Louis Johnson in Poetry NZ 24, 2002
Acetylene, Geoff Cochrane; Debating Stones, Bernard Gadd; Music Therapy, Peter Olds, in JAAM 18, 2002; and Music Therapy, Peter Olds in The Earl is in...: 25 Years of the Earl of Seacliff, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, Paekakariki, 2009
Shorts: Catalyst 1; 'Oh, Baxter is Everywhere!' by Peter Olds; A Poetry Book to Cuddle Up in Bed With by Trevor Reeves in JAAM 20, 2003
Books Received: New and Noteworthy [discusses and lists 26 new NZ poetry titles] in JAAM 22, 2004
It was a Tuesday Morning: Selected Poems 1971-2001 by Peter Olds in Southern Ocean Review 33, October 2004
Footprints on a Gravel Road by Barry Southam in Southern Ocean Review 37, October 2005
Il Colosseum and Treadmill by Frank Pervan in Southern Ocean Review 47, April 2008
The Last Everyday Hero: The Bert Sutcliffe Story by Richard Boock, Tingling Catch Blog, 28 December 2010
The Awa Book of New Zealand Sports Writing edited by Harry Ricketts, Tingling Catch Blog, 30 December 2010
Shane Bond: Looking Back with Dylan Cleaver, Tingling Catch Blog, 1 January 2011
Brendon McCullum: Inside Twenty20 with Dylan Cleaver, Tingling Catch Blog, 4 February 2011
Merv Wallace: A Cricket Master by Joseph Romanos, Tingling Catch Blog, 17 September 2011
Admiral of the Narrow Seas by Fagan and the People [CD music review], Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa Blog, 23 December 2011; and in Poetry Notes (Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa Newsletter), Vol. 2, Issue No. 4, Summer 2012
Thank you, thank you! Volume 1 by Yilma Tafere Tasew, Journal of Refugee Studies, [Oxford University Press, England], 2012 25: 159-60.
Fresh Air and The Story of Molecule by John Gallas in Poetry Notes [Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa Newsletter], Vol. 5, Issue No. 1, Autumn 2014

Reviews anthologised in


The Earl is in...: 25 Years of the Earl of Seacliff, ed. Mark Pirie, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, Paekakariki, 2009

Bibliographies/indexes

Michael O'Leary Bibliography  in The Earl is in...: 25 Years of the Earl of Seacliff, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2009; and on Michael O'Leary's website.
Michael O'Leary aka the earl of Seacliff  author, publisher and notable: his general bibliography to 2010, compiled by Mark Pirie, Cultural and Political Booklets: Wellington, 2010.
A List of New Zealand Cricket Fiction and Poetry in Out of It by Michael O'Leary, HeadworX: Wellington, 2012
Eva Burfield Bibliography  in Eva Burfield's 1961 Cricket Short Story: An Essay with a Bibliography of Her Works, Cultural and Political Booklets, Wellington, 2012.
Ivy Gibbs: A Bio-bibliography, Cultural and Political Booklets, Wellington, 2012.
An Index to broadsheet: new new zealand poetry Nos. 1-10 (2008-2012), Cultural and Political Booklets, Wellington, 2012.
An Index to the Star poets of Christchurch 1922-1926, supplement to broadsheet: new new zealand poetry No. 12 (2013), The Night Press, Wellington, 2013.
Bibliography of Square One Press 1984-2010 in Poetry Notes [Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa Newsletter], Vol. 4, Issue No. 4, Summer 2014.
Bibliography of Ellesmere Guardian verse 1921-1922, in Poetry Notes [Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa Newsletter], Vol. 5, Issue No. 2, Winter 2014.
Ivy Gibbs: A Supplementary Bio-Bibliography, Original Books, Wellington, 2015.

Launch/reading reports

Report on Winter Readings at Bizy Bee's Bookstore, New Zealand Poetry Society Newsletter, September 2003, pp. 5-6.
Untitled [Michael O'Leary/Alana Forde Brooklyn Mural Opening], New Zealand Poetry Society Newsletter, September 2003, pp. 6-7.
Reading at Tupelo in New Zealand Poetry Society Newsletter, March 2004, p. 9.
Book Launch Report on Alistair Te Ariki Campbell's Dark Lord of Savaiki: Collected Poems, Southern Ocean Review 37, October 2005
Alistair Te Ariki Campbell Exhibition report on Beattie's Book Blog, 6 May 2011; and in Poetry Notes [Poetry Archive of NZ Aotearoa], Vol. 2, Issue 1, Autumn 2011, pp. 1-2.
NZ Poetry Archive Road Trip: Hawke's Bay, on Beattie's Book Blog, 12 November 2012

Obituaries/tributes

Tribute to Bernard Gadd, Bernard Gadd Memorial page, New Zealand Poetry Society website, 2008
A Tingling Catch Contributor Harvey McQueen dies, Tingling Catch blog, 1 January 2011
Poetry Archive Depositor Harvey McQueen dies, Poetry Archive of NZ Aotearoa blog, 1 January 2011
Eulogy for Harvey McQueen by Mark Pirie, read at the Harvey McQueen Memorial Service, Old St Paul's, Wellington, 28 January 2011; and in Poetry Notes (Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa Newsletter), Vol. 1, Issue No. 4, Summer 2011
Dunedin poet Larry Matthews dies, Poetry Archive of NZ Aotearoa blog, 22 May 2011
PANZA Obituary for John d'Estaing Adams (1946-2011), Poetry Archive of NZ Aotearoa blog, 26 June 2011; and in A Tribute to Kenny the Busker: Poet John d'Estaing Adams (1946-2011), edited and compiled by Mark Pirie, Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa, 2011
'Kenny' [Tribute poem to John Adams aka Kenny the Busker], The Dominion Post, 6 July 2011
Obituary: David Mitchell, Poetry Archive of NZ Aotearoa blog, 2011; and in Poetry Notes (Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa Newsletter), Vol. 2, Issue No. 2, Summer 2011 and and in The Lampstand, No. 21, October 2011 (Wellington College Old Boys' magazine), p. 89.
A Tingling Catch Contributor David Mitchell dies, Tingling Catch blog, 12 August 2011
A Tingling Catch Contributor Cyril Childs dies, Tingling Catch blog, 2012.
Obituary: Cyril Childs, Poetry Archive of NZ Aotearoa blog, 2012.
Obituary: Trevor Reeves in Poetry Notes [Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa Newsletter], Vol. 4, Issue No. 4, Summer 2014.
War's Dark Laughter, A tribute to Les Cleveland, in Poetry Notes [Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa Newsletter], Vol. 5, Issue No. 4, Summer 2015.
Obituary: John O’Connor in Poetry Notes [Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa Newsletter], Vol. 6 No. 2, Winter 2015.
In Memoriam: Ruth Gilbert 1917-2016 and Rachel Bush, 1941-2016 in Poetry Notes [Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa Newsletter], Vol. 7, Issue No. 1, Autumn 2016.

Author's statements

Author's Note in Doors, edited by Terry Locke, Leaders Press, University of Waikato, 2000 (NZ Secondary Schools Anthology)
Author's Note in Jewels in the Water, edited by Terry Locke, Leaders Press, University of Waikato, 2000 (NZ Secondary Schools Anthology)
Very Moist Chocolate Cake [recipe, poem and note] in Narratives with Nosh: Stories, Poems & Recipes, Tauranga Writers Group, 2009.
Author's Note to Translator in Notes for the Translators: From 142 Australian and New Zealand Poets, collected and edited by Christopher (Kit) Kelen, ASM Poetry, Association of Stories in Macao, China, 2012

Letters to the Editor

'JAAM', Salient, 1996
'A question of editing?', New Zealand Books, vol. 6, no. 2, June 1996, p. 2
'Publishers' lapses', New Zealand Books, vol. 9, no. 1, March 1999, p. 3
'Reply to Pander review of The NeXt Wave', Pander online, 1999 (no longer available)
'Whose magpies?', New Zealand Books, vol. 9, no. 3, August 1999, p. 2
'At the Basin [poem]', The Wellingtonian, 27 January 2011, p. 11.
'The Charm of Cricket [poem]', The Wellingtonian, 17 February 2011, p. 11.
'Crowe cricket memories [poem]', The Wellingtonian, 10 March 2011, p. 11.
‘Water [poem]’ in The Wellingtonian, 14 April 2011.
'A tribute to Kenny [poem]', The Wellingtonian, 30 June 2011, p. 11.
'A salute to Martin Guptill [poem]', The Wellingtonian, 25 February 2012, p. 11.
'Celebrating the Basin Reserve [poem]', The Wellingtonian, 23 March 2012, p. 8.
'The first All Blacks', The Wellingtonian, 17 May 2012, p. 9.
'Praise for Scott poetry', The Wellingtonian, 26 July 2012, p. 10.
'Praise for Tutaia [poem]', The Wellingtonian, 1 November 2012, p. 10.
Letter [re: school poem by Ronald B Castle'], The Lampstand (Wellington College Old Boys' magazine), Number 22, November 2012, pp. 56-57
'Martin Crowe [poem tribute]', The Wellingtonian, 10 March 2016. 


5. Mark Pirie's public performance/speaking record

Events/conferences co-organised

Wellington International Poetry Festival, with Ron Riddell and Saray Torres et al, 2003-2004
Winter Readings, Wellington, New Zealand, with Michael O'Leary, 2003-2008

Guest Readings/Poetry Festivals Attended

As poet

JAAM Live (guest poet with others), Speakers' Corner, Visitors' Centre, Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand, August 1996
A Jar of JAAM
(guest poet with others), Dowse Art Museum, Lower Hutt, New Zealand, March 1997
BAM Poetry Day
reading (guest poet with others), BAM (Books Art Music) bookstore, Wellington, New Zealand, July 1998
Subverse: Queensland Poetry Festival, Brisbane, Australia, July 2000
Books and Beyond: Christchurch Book Festival, New Zealand, May-June 2001
Subverse: Queensland Poetry Festival, Brisbane, Australia, July 2001
Angus Inn Poets Pub (guest poet), Lower Hutt, New Zealand,  June 2003
Winter Readings
, Bizy Bee's Bookstore, Wellington, New Zealand, July-August, 2003
Wellington International Poetry Festival, New Zealand, October 2003
Canterbury Poets Collective reading (guest poet, with Jeffrey Paparoa Holman), WEA, Christchurch, October, 2003
Hard Poetz Tour (with Paul Hardacre/Brentley Frazer/Melissa Ashley/BR Dionysius), Melbourne, Australia, October 2003
Porirua Poetry Café (guest poet, with Michael O'Leary), Porirua, New Zealand, November 2003
Spread the Word: Four Poets Reading (guest poet, with Harry Ricketts/Amelia Nurse/Tara Satyanand), Tupelo Bar, Wellington, New Zealand, February 2004
Tupelo Hotel: Winter Readings, Tupelo Bar, Wellington, New Zealand, July-August 2004
Upper Hutt Poetry Day reading (guest poet, with Simon Sweetman and Tony Chad), Upper Hutt, New Zealand, July 2004
2nd Wellington International Poetry Festival, New Zealand, October 2004
New Zealand Poetry Society (guest poet, with Amelia Nurse and Basim Furat), Turnbull House, Wellington, New Zealand, October 2004
The Manuka Tree: Winter Readings, St John's Community Room, Wellington, New Zealand, July-August 2005
Upper Hutt Poetry Day reading (guest poet, with Simon Sweetman and Scott Kendrick), Upper Hutt, New Zealand, July 2005
Poetrymath: Winter Readings, City Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand, August-September, 2006
Four Poets Reading (with Ken Bolton, Dinah Hawken and Cath Kenneally), St Peter's Hall, Paekakariki, New Zealand, September 2006
Four Poets Reading (with Michael O'Leary, Basim Furat and Vivienne Plumb), Aaron Laurence Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand, December 2006
Divine Muses: Poetry Day reading (guest poet with others), Auckland City Gallery, New Zealand, July 2007
Poetrywall: Winter Readings, City Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand, August-September, 2007
AUP - New New Zealand Poets in Performance Poetry Day reading and book launch, Auckland City Library, Auckland, 2008
The White Album Readings: Winter Readings, City Gallery, Wellington, September, 2008
Voyagers: Science Fiction Poetry from New Zealand reading and book launch, Wellington City Libraries, Wellington, New Zealand, October 2009
Poetry at the Ballroom (guest poet, with Helen Rickerby, Linzy Forbes et al), Ballroom Poetry Café, Newtown, Wellington, New Zealand, February 2010
Lopdell House Gallery: Poetry Day reading (guest poet with others), Titirangi, Auckland, July 2010
Live @ Wellspark: Oxfam Benefit concert (guest poet, with Madeleine Marie Slavick), Wellspark College, Albany, Auckland, September 2010
A Tingling Catch: A Century of New Zealand Cricket Poems 1864-2009 reading and book launch, Basin Reserve Long Room, Wellington, New Zealand, October 2010
Alistair Te Ariki Campbell Exhibition, Bottle Creek Community Gallery, Pataka Museum, Porirua, New Zealand, 1 May 2011
Nelson Live Poets (guest poet), The Yurt at The Freehouse, Nelson, 28 November 2011
Special Event: Poetry Night at Kiwi Art House Gallery, (guest poet with Nola Borrell), Wellington, New Zealand, 29 August 2012
Hawke's Bay Live Poets, (guest poet), Hastings, New Zealand, 8 October 2012
Broken Wings by Yilma Tafere Tasew book launch (guest speaker), City Council Chamber, Wellington Town Hall, New Zealand, 25 July 2013
Wairarapa Word (guest poet), Carterton, New Zealand, 4 May 2014
broadsheet 13: A selection of football poetry 1890-2014 reading and book launch, Brazil Topics at the Embassy, Embassy of Brazil, Wellington, New Zealand, 2 July 2014
IP Spring Season 2015: Wellington, with Tim Jones, Keith Westwater, Jeremy Roberts and David P Reiter, Wellington Central Library, 30 September 2015
Poetry Gees: Winter Readings, St Peter's Hall, Paekakariki, New Zealand, 17 July 2016
Rock and Roll: Selected Poems in Five Sets reading and book launch, Unity Books Wellington, 27 September 2016
East-West Poetry Fest, Palmerston North Library, New Zealand, 12-13 November 2016

As publisher (and/or attendee only)

Going West Festival, Titirangi, Auckland, New Zealand 2000
London Book Fair, March 2005
3rd Wellington International Poetry Festival, New Zealand, November 2005
Christchurch Writers Festival, New Zealand, October 2006
Going West Festival, Titirangi, Auckland, New Zealand 2007
Harvey McQueen Memorial Service, Old St Paul's, Wellington, 28 January 2011
East-West Poetry Fest, Palmerston North Library, New Zealand, 12-13 November 2016.

Other readings/speaking roles

Mark Pirie has participated in numerous 'open mics' at cafes, pubs, art galleries and other venues around New Zealand and overseas. He has read and spoken at numerous book launches in New Zealand (as a publisher and as author).

As a performance artist

Cover photo series inspired by rock album covers, performed with Michael O'Leary and others, photos taken by New Zealand photographer John Girdlestone, 2004-2016
Wellington Fool cover 2006 (inspired by John Mellencamp), photo taken by New Zealand photographer John Girdlestone


6. Mark Pirie's record as a graphic artist/book designer/typesetter

Drawings/illustrations

'100%' -
drawing inspired by a Sonic Youth track in Giving Poetry A Bad Name: Selected Early Poems, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2005
Poem-drawing 'Grunge Sonnet (for Kurt Cobain)' in Blue Eyed Son, [Kurt Cobain art book], Independent Woman Records, Wellington, 2010
Drawings of David Bowie on broadsheet poem A Eulogy for David Bowie by Michael O'Leary, The Night Press, Wellington, 2016

Book covers/typesetting

Book covers designed and typesetting for HeadworX Publishers, Sudden Valley Press and Poets Group (Canterbury Poets Collective), broadsheet poetry journal, JAAM magazine, Original Books and Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop books, 1996-ongoing

Mark's book cover design for Goya Rules by Harvey McQueen (HeadworX, 2010) was included in the Turnbull Gallery exhibition: Logs to Blogs: Diaries from the Turnbull Library, 29 July-28 September 2013, Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand.


7. About Mark Pirie

Critical interpretations/essays/interviews/mentions on Mark Pirie's work

Feature articles/profiles

'Mark Pirie' [featured poet], Alistair Paterson, Poetry NZ 16, 1998, p. 10.
'Write the wave', Michelle Cruickshank, Pavement, April/May 1998, p. 42
'Generation X inspires author', Elizabeth McLeod, Western News, 24 July 1998, pp. 6, 13.
'An unlikely lad', Anne Irving, Capital Times, 22-28 July 1998, p. 9.
'Writing up a storm', Amy Macpherson, Critic, 6 September 1999, pp. 12-13.
'Poet promotes trans-Tasman relations', Jed Baker, Western News, 2000.
'Whiz Kid', Iain Sharp, Sunday Star-Times, 7 December 2003, p. 31.
'JAAM's Greatest Hits a Smorgasbord of the Best' in Kapiti Observer, 22 January 2004, p. 29.
'Literary Greatest Hits' in Capital Times, 4-10 February 2004, p. 6
'Poet Takes on London', The Wellingtonian, 22 September 2005, p. 19.
'Poet Goes from Strength to Strength' in The Lampstand (Wellington College Old Boys' magazine), September 2007, pp. 41-42.
'Cover artists', Guy Somerset, The Dominion Post, 5 January 2008, p. E3.
'The First Ever Anthology of New Zealand Cricket Poetry' in The Lampstand, Wellington College Old Boys' magazine, September 2010, p. 64.
'A Tingling Collection of Poetry', Joseph Romanos, The Wellingtonian, 18 November 2010, p. 23 and on "stuff.co.nz" news website.
'Writer receives further acclaim', The Lampstand, No. 21, October 2011 (Wellington College Old Boys' magazine), p. 42.
'Mark the poet', IKS Newsfeed [DIA electronic newsletter], November 2012.
'Rugby and poetry - who'd have thought?', The Wellingtonian, 30 January 2014, p. 22.
'Wellington poet celebrates netball greats', The Wellingtonian, 15 October 2015.

Essays

'Mark Pirie's "excellent" adventure', Andrew Johnston, Sport 21, pp. 207-214.
'A Look at Generation X', Murray Edmond, Booknotes, Autumn 1999, pp. 3-4.
'Mark Pirie's Theory of Post Imperial Literature in Aotearoa Since 1988 [Theory acknowledges Alistair Paterson's Post Imperial usage], F. W. Nielsen Wright, in Genre and Ideology in Aotearoa Literature, Cultural and Political Booklets, 1998, pp. 93-96.
'Talking about GenX', Lydia Wevers, in Telling Stories: Postcolonial Short Fiction in English edited by Jacqueline Bardolph, Rodopi, Amsterdam, 2001, pp. 379-387.
Foreword by Harry Ricketts to Gallery  by Mark Pirie, Salt Publishing, Cambridge, England, 2003, pp. xi-xii.
Mark Pirie as Romantic Satirist, F. W. Nielsen Wright, Cultural and Political Booklets, 2003 and in Poetry Notes (Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa newsletter), vol 1 no. 3, Spring 2010.
'Describing Mark Pirie's The Search', F. W. Nielsen Wright, in An Alexandrian Miscellany part 12, Cultural and Political Booklets, Wellington, 2007, pp. 17-21.
'Ten Years Since: Certain Letters of 1996', F. W. Nielsen Wright, in Notes to The Alexandrians, Cultural and Political Booklets, Wellington, 2007, pp. 40-51.
'Film Poetry', F. W. Nielsen Wright, in In Fabled Realms of Oceanic Silence, F. W. Nielsen Wright, Cultural and Political Booklets, Wellington, 2008, pp. 11-20.
'What Pirie does as Parodies in Paradise', F. W. Nielsen Wright, in Post Alexandrian Miscellany, Cultural and Political Booklets, Wellington, 2008, pp. 6-11.
A Generation 'X'er, Harvey McQueen, Stoat Spring blog, 30 March 2009

Interviews

'An Interview with Mark Pirie', Pat Prime, Stylus Poetry Journal, Australia, June 2003, and in Takahe 50, Summer 2003, pp. 57-60.
'Response to Questionnaire on Alternative Small Press Publishing in New Zealand' in Alternative Small Press Publishing in New Zealand 1969-1999, Michael O'Leary, Steele Roberts, Wellington, 2007, pp. 79-82.
'Interview with Mark Pirie', Tim Jones, Books in the Trees blog, 27 April 2012.
A certain 'Je ne sais quoi' — Percutio with JAAM, Vaughan Rapatahana, in Jacket2 Commentaries, USA, 2015 (online).
'Small' poetry publishers and publications, Vaughan Rapatahana, in Jacket2 Commentaries, USA, 2015 (online).

Launch speeches/comments

'Launch report on Mark Pirie's Shoot and Harvey McQueen's Pingandy', Kerry Popplewell, New Zealand Poetry Society Newsletter, September 1999, pp. 7-8.
'Comments for the launch of No Joke by Mark Pirie', John O'Connor, 2001
'Launch report on Mark Pirie's No Joke', Kerry Popplewell, New Zealand Poetry Society Newsletter, July 2001, p. 15.
'Launch report on Mark Pirie's Reading the Will and Swing and Other Stories', Helen Rickerby, New Zealand Poetry Society Newsletter, February 2003, pp. 6-7.
'Launch report on Mark Pirie's Dumber and Michael O'Leary's Toku Tinihanga', Amelia Nurse, New Zealand Poetry Society Newsletter, June 2003, pp. 9-11.
Launch Speech by Nelson Wattie on Mark Pirie and Michael O'Leary at the launch of Mark Pirie's TOM and The Earl is in...: 25 Years of the Earl of Seacliff, 20 December 2009 and in Nelson Wattie Sings the Praises of Mark Pirie and Michael O'Leary, Cultural and Political Booklets, 2009.
Poetry Archive opening and book launch in Poetry Notes (Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa Newsletter), Vol. 1, Issue No. 2, Winter 2010.
Launch Speech by Don Neely on A Tingling Catch, 31 October 2010.
HeadworX Book Launch at Kiwi Art House Gallery, Beattie's Book Blog, 6 December 2012.
‘Launch report: World Cup football poetry’, Beattie’s Blog Blog, July 2014; and in Poetry Notes (Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa Newsletter), Vol. 5, Issue No. 3, Spring 2014.

Reviews (selected publications)


New Zealand Writing: The NeXt Wave
edited by Mark Pirie

Sarah Quigley, Checking out Gen X, New Zealand Books, vol. 8, no. 5, December 1998, pp. 16-17.
Catherina Van Bohemen, The Evening Post, 24 July 1998, p. 5.
Charles Briffa, World Literature Today, Summer 1999, USA, pp. 604-605.
Dennis McEldowney, Catching the elusive wave, New Zealand Herald, 8 August 1998, p. H7.
Beck Ritchie, Otago Daily Times, 25 November 1998, p. 24.
Speaking Volumes Book Review, Kim Hill, 9 to Noon, Radio NZ National, 1998.
Jenny Powell, JAAM 11, 1999, pp. 112-114.
Rachael King, Pavement, June/July 1998, p. 134.
Jane Stafford, Landfall, no. 197, 1999, pp. 150-155.
Nicholas Birns, Antipodes, New York, USA, December 1999, p. 120.
Wendy Unkovich, The Word (Dunedin Public Libraries Newsletter), September 1998.
Beryl Fletcher, Anthology revisits writing revolution, Waikato Times, 1 August 1998.
Katy Corner, Sharp tastes, City Voice, 30 July 1998.
Heather Murray, Generation game, New Zealand Listener, 26 October 1998, vol. 165, no. 3047, p. 16-17.
Iain Sharp, Biblio Phile, Sunday Star-Times, 5 July 1998, p. F5.
Anon, Postmoderns routed by Pirie's Tight Five, The Pander, no. 6/7, 1999, p. 34.
Pauline Roberts, New Zealand Writers Website, accessed 17 February 2000.
Elizabeth Crayford, Dominion, 19 December 1998.

Shoot: poetry by Mark Pirie

Alistair Paterson, Take One, New Zealand Books, vol. 10, no. 1, March 2000, p. 19.
William Direen, New Zealand Listener, 30 October 1999, p. 44.
Jonathan Fisher, JAAM 13, March 2000, pp. 171-173.
Nick Ascroft, Glottis 3, 2000, pp. 83-87.
Annabel Crerar, Loop, Nov/Dec 1999, vo1. 1, no. 7, p. 24.
Paola Bilbrough, Poetry NZ 19 (1999), pp. 80-85.
Jack Ross, Bookmarks, Radio NZ National, 1999
Guy Allan, New Zealand Herald, 27-28 November 1999, p. J8.
Trevor Reeves, Southern Ocean Review 14 (online), January 2000
Richard Taylor, The Pander, no. 8, 1999, p. 34.
Tom Weston, Poetry publisher with a missionary zeal, The Press, 28 Aug 1999, supplement p. 11.
John Knight, Social Alternatives, vol. 19, no. 4, December 2000, Australia, pp. 77-78.

No Joke: poetry by Mark Pirie

William Direen, New Zealand Listener, 19 January 2002, vol. 182, no. 3219, p. 62.
Brenda Allen, Takahe, August 2001, no. 43, pp. 61-62
Terry Locke, Laughter in the dark, New Zealand Books, vol. 11, no. 5, December 2001, p. 6; and on Hyperpoetics website.
Alistair Paterson, Poetry NZ 23 (September 2001), pp. 137.
Bernard Gadd, Spin 41, November 2001, p. 65.
Conor Quinn, New Zealand Writers Website accessed 2001
Trevor Reeves, Southern Ocean Review 20 (online), July 2001
Jeffrey Paparoa Holman, NZ poetry's rising tide, The Press, 15-16 February 2003, p. D9.

The Blues: poetry by Mark Pirie

Corin Black, Glottis 7 (2002), pp. 160-162.
Esther Quin, New Zealand Poetry Society Newsletter, February 2002, pp. 12-13.
Alistair Paterson, Poetry NZ 24 (March 2002), pp. 92-93.
Trevor Reeves, Southern Ocean Review 22 (online), January 2002.
Bernard Gadd, Southern Ocean Review 23 (online), April 2002.
Frances Cherry, Book Notes, Autumn 2002, p. 14.

Reading the Will
: poetry by Mark Pirie

Jack Ross, Poetry NZ 25 (2002), pp. 100-106.
Jack Ross, Spin 42, November 2002, p. 62.
Terry Locke, English in Aotearoa, no. 47 (October 2002), pp. 88; and on Hyperpoetics website.
Anna Smith, Takahe 46 (2002), pp. 43-45.
Esther Quin, New Zealand Poetry Society Newsletter, April 2002, pp. 10.
Trevor Reeves, Southern Ocean Review 23 (online), April 2002
Hamesh Wyatt, Otago Daily Times, 22 June 2002, p. B6.

Swing and Other Stories: fiction by Mark Pirie

Terry Locke, Stories about young urban living in '90s New Zealand, English in Aotearoa, no. 49 (June 2003), pp. 76-77; and on Hyperpoetics website.
Laurence Jenkins, JAAM 20 (2003), pp. 163-165.
Jack Ross, Spin 42, March 2002, p. 62.
Trevor Reeves, Southern Ocean Review 25 (online), October 2002

Dumber: poetry by Mark Pirie

Peter Bland, New Zealand Listener, 28 June 2003, vol. 189, no. 3294, p. 63.
Hamesh Wyatt, Otago Daily Times, 31 May 2003, p. B8.
Jenny Argante, New Zealand Poetry Society Newsletter, June 2003, pp. 13.
Jack Ross, brief 29, Summer 2004, p. 84.
Bernard Gadd, Kokako: Winter Spin, 2003, pp. 63-66.
Trevor Reeves, Southern Ocean Review 27 (online), July 2003.

Gallery: A Selection: poetry by Mark Pirie

Anna Smaill, Staple, Dec 2003/Feb 2004, no. 3, p. 109.
Bernard Gadd, JAAM 22 (2004), pp. 211-218.
John O'Connor, New Zealand Books, August 2004, vol. 14, no. 3, pp. 17-18.
David Eggleton, Poetry NZ 28 (2004), pp. 103-106.
B.R. Dionysius, New Zealand Poetry Society Newsletter, May 2004, pp. 7.
Penelope Beider, Canvas: The New Zealand Herald supplement, 29-30 November 2003, p. 28.

"Greatest Hits": JAAM 21: An Anthology of Writing 1984-2004 edited by Mark Pirie and Michael O'Leary

Andrea Mudry, Takahe, no. 52 (2004), pp. 54-55.
Alistair Paterson, Poetry NZ 30 (March 2005), p. 109.
Mark Houlahan, The Dominion Post, 10 April 2004, p. E8.
Trevor Reeves, Southern Ocean Review 31 (online), April 2004
Beryl Fletcher, Solid gold collection of writing, Waikato Times, 8 May 2004, p. D5.
Iain Sharp, Bibliophile, Sunday Star-Times, February 2004, Sunday supplement, p. 25.

Bullet Poems: poetry by Mark Pirie

Terry Locke, English in Aotearoa, no. 55 (April 2005), pp. 74-75; and on Hyperpoetics website.
Joe Wylie, Takahe 53 (2004), pp. 59-60.
Mark Houlahan, The Dominion Post, 7 August 2004, p. E10
Jack Ross, brief 31, Winter 2004, p. 111.
Trevor Reeves, Southern Ocean Review 32 (online), July 2004

Here and There by Basim Furat (various translators) edited by Mark Pirie

Terry Locke, English in Aotearoa, no. 57 (October 2005), pp. 94-95; and on Hyperpoetics website.
Alistair Paterson, Poetry NZ 30 (March 2005), p. 107.
Issa J. Boullata, World Literature Today, May-August 2005, USA, p. 107.
Raewyn Alexander, Magazine 2, 2004, pp. 91-102.
Harvey McQueen, Bravado, May 2005, pp. 52-53.
Hamesh Wyatt, Otago Daily Times, 23 October 2004, supplement p. 6.
Joe Wylie, Takahe 54 (2005), pp. 62-63.
Robin Fry, New Zealand Poetry Society Newsletter, October 2004, p. 5.
Jack Ross, brief 31, Winter 2004, p. 110.
Trevor Reeves, Southern Ocean Review 33 (online), October 2004
Tony Beyer, Spin 49, March 2005, pp 74-75.
Stephen Watts, Banipal: Magazine of Modern Arab Literature, no. 25, Spring 2006, UK, pp. 144-145.
Joussour editors, Joussour, Summer 2004, Australia, p. 12.

Giving Poetry a Bad Name: Selected Early Poems
: poetry by Mark Pirie

Mark Houlahan, The Dominion Post, 6 August 2005, p. E10.
Alistair Paterson, Poetry NZ 31 (September 2005), p. 101.
Linzy Forbes, New Zealand Poetry Society Newsletter, August 2005, pp. 9-10.
Iain Sharp, Biblio File, Sunday Star-Times, 10 April 2005, p. C7.
Trevor Reeves, Southern Ocean Review 35 (online), April 2005.

London Notebook: poetry by Mark Pirie

Emma Neale, Tousled and tart, New Zealand Books, August 2006, vol. 16, no. 3, p. 6.
Trevor Reeves, Southern Ocean Review 37 (online), October 2005.

Sounds of Sonnets: poetry by Mark Pirie and Michael O’Leary

Owen Bullock, Poetry NZ 35 (September 2007), pp. 107-109.
Hamesh Wyatt, Otago Daily Times, 7-8 April 2007, p. 60.
The editors, Bookshelf, New Zealand Books, Spring 2007, vol. 17, no. 3, p. 22.
Heidi North, New Zealand Poetry Society Newsletter, March 2007, p. 8.
Trevor Reeves, Southern Ocean Review 42 (online), January 2007.

TOM
: verse novel by Mark Pirie

Siobhan Harvey, Poetry NZ 39 (2009), pp. 107-109.
Siobhan Harvey, Takahe 67 (2009), p. 45.
Helen Lehndorf, Bravado 17 (2009), p. 70-73.
Tim Jones, Books in the Trees blog, 15 July 2009.

Voyagers: Science Fiction Poetry From New Zealand edited by Mark Pirie and Tim Jones

Joanna Preston, A fine line (NZPS Newsletter), May 2010, p. 18.
Edward Cox, Star*Line: Journal of the Science Fiction Poetry Association, USA, May/June 2009, p. 19.
Helen Lowe, What I'm Reading, Helen Lowe blog, 17 July 2010.
David Larsen, Sci fi nation, New Zealand Listener, 20 October 2009, vol. 220, no. 3622, p. 40-41.
Violet Cherry, Environmentalism, love, war/peace and dreams, Amazon.com customer review, USA, 2 December 2010
Linda Herrick, In the good books, Canvas: New Zealand Herald, 5 December 2009; supplement, pp. 14-15.
Tom Cardy, Sci fi poetry quest, The Dominion Post, 20 June 2009, supplement, p. 21.
Hamesh Wyatt, Otago Daily Times, 20 Feb 2010, p. 49.
Guy Armstrong, Salient Books (online), accessed 20 July 2009.
Linda Addison, Space and Time e-book magazine, no. 109, USA, Winter 2009.
Patricia Prime, Takahe 69 (2010), pp. 40-47.
Guy Somerset, "Best Books of 2009", New Zealand Listener, 12-18 December 2009, p. 39.
Abby Cunnane, Capital Times, 19-25 August 2009, p. 9.
Peter Dornauf, Waikato Times, Leisure supplement, 19 September 2009, p. 9.
Grant Stone, in An overview of international science fiction/fantasy in 2009, Locus online reviews, 11 March 2010.

A Tingling Catch: A Century of New Zealand Cricket Poems 1864-2009  edited by Mark Pirie

Gavin McLean, Otago Daily Times, 13 November 2010, p. 53.
Martin Doyle, Capital Times, Vol. 36, No. 2, 20-26 October 2010, p. 10.
Anon, Paekakariki Xpressed, Friday 17 September 2010, p. 20.
Graham Beattie, Beattie's Book Blog, 30 October 2010.
Cyril Childs, Cricket Anthology, Haiku and tanka news, New Zealand Poetry Society Website, accessed 2 December 2010.
Terry Locke, English in Aotearoa, No.73 (April 2011); pp.61-62; and on Hyperpoetics online website, accessed December 2010.
Jeff Neems, Verses for the Summer Game, Waikato Times, Leisure supplement, 14 January 2011, p. 15.
Alistair Paterson, Poetry NZ 42 (March 2011), p. 106.
Books editor, The Wisden Cricketer, April 2011, p. 95.
Margaret Henley, Takahe 72, No. 1, 2011, p. 70.
Michael Morrissey, Defining New Zealand, Investigate, April 2011, pp. 54-55.
P S Cottier, Cordite Poetry Review, 20 February 2012 online.
John Symons, Journal of the Cricket Society, Vol 26, No 3, Autumn 2012, pp. 65-66.

No Boat May Allow Drowning to Vanish by Basim Furat edited by Mark Pirie

Martin Doyle, Capital Times, 21-27 April 2010, p. 10.
Alistair Paterson, Poetry NZ 40 (March 2010), p. 107.
Hamesh Wyatt, Otago Daily Times, 8 May 2010, p. 49.
Joy Green, Bravado 20 (2010), p. 64.
Patricia Prime, Takahe 71 (2010), p. 71-72.

The Pop Artist's Garland: Selected
Poems 1952-2009 by F.W.N. Wright edited by Mark Pirie

Hamesh Wyatt, Otago Daily Times, 14 August 2010, p. 49.
The editor, New publication by PANZA member, Poetry Notes, Autumn 2010, vol. 1, no. 1, p. 3.
Nelson Wattie, Poetry Archive opening and book launch, Poetry Notes, Winter 2010, vo. 1, no. 2, p. 3.
Patricia Prime, Takahe 71, 2010, pp. 72-73.
Iain Sharp, Landfall 221, May 2011, pp. 187-190.
Gill Ward, A fine line (NZPS Newsletter), July 2011, pp. 11-12.
The editors, Bookshelf, New Zealand Books, vol. 22, no. 1, Autumn 2012, p. 21.

broadsheet: new new zealand poetry edited by Mark Pirie

Rangi Faith, A fine line (NZPS Newsletter), March 2010, p. 7.
Trevor Reeves, Southern Ocean Review 50 (online), January 2009.
Anna Mockler, The Evergreen Review, Spring 2011, No. 126 online, USA.
Alistair Paterson, Poetry NZ 47 (August 2013), p. 108.
John Symons, Journal of the Cricket Society, Vol 27, No 3, Autumn 2014, p. 71.
Emma Shi, Booksellers NZ Blog, 3 May 2016.

Out of It: A Novel Cricket Novel
by Michael O'Leary edited by Mark Pirie

John Symons, Journal of the Cricket Society, Vol 26, No 3, Autumn 2012, p. 66.

King Willow: Selected Poems
by Robert J Pope edited by Mark Pirie

John Symons, Journal of the Cricket Society, Vol 26, No 4, Spring 2013, pp. 69-70.
Alistair Paterson, Poetry NZ 47 (August 2013), p. 108.
Hamesh Wyatt, Otago Daily Times, 16 February 2013, p. 49.
Bill Sutton and Niel Wright, Poetry Notes [Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa Newsletter], Vol. 5, Issue No. 4, Summer 2015.

Old Hat: A Book of Triolets  by Mark Pirie

Lynley Edmeades, Landfall Online Review, October 2013
Hamesh Wyatt, Otago Daily Times, 16 February 2013, p. 49.
The editors, Bookshelf, New Zealand Books, Vol. 24, No. 2, Issue 106, Winter 2014.
Laurice Gilbert, New Zealand Poetry Society Website: Brief Reviews

Sidelights: Rugby Poems by Mark Pirie

Hamesh Wyatt, Otago Daily Times, 1 February 2014, p. 49.
Tim Jones, Books in the Trees blog, 1 March 2014
The editors, Bookshelf, New Zealand Books, Vol. 24, No. 3, Issue 107, Spring 2014.

Polynesian Legends by A. Stanley Sherratt edited by Mark Pirie

Otago Daily Times, 1 Feb 2014, p. 47.
Spasifik, Autumn 2014; No. 60, p.40.
The editors, Bookshelf, New Zealand Books, Vol. 24, No. 3, Issue 107, Spring 2014.

Fallen Grace by MaryJane Thomson edited by Mark Pirie

John Horrocks, A Net Stretched Taut Across a Court, Landfall Online Review, August 2015. 
Patricia Prime, Takahe 84 (April 2015), pp. 67-73.
Jack Ross, Poetry New Zealand Yearbook 1 (2014).
Anna Forsyth, Booksellers NZ Blog, 10 May 2016.

Poems for my Father
by Mark Pirie


Tim Jones, Books in the Trees blog, 4 March 2015.
The Editors, Bookshelf, New Zealand Books, Issue No. 113 Autumn 2016.

12 Netball Poems by Mark Pirie

Hamesh Wyatt, Otago Daily Times, 7 March 2016.

Main Trunk Lines by Michael O'Leary edited by Mark Pirie

Hamesh Wyatt, Otago Daily Times, 7 March 2016.
Anna Forsyth, Booksellers NZ Blog, 24 May 2016.

Patricia Prime, Takahe 86, April 2016 (online).
Kay McKenzie Cooke, Station to Station, Landfall Online Review, 1 August 2016.

Lonely Earth by MaryJane Thomson edited by Mark Pirie

Hamesh Wyatt, Otago Daily Times, 7 March 2016.
The Editors, Bookshelf, New Zealand Books, Issue No. 113 Autumn 2016.
Patricia Prime, Takahe 86, April 2016 (online).
Robert McLean, Red Falls to Yellow then to Orange down to Blue, Landfall Online Review, 1 July 2016.
Matthias Metzler, Booksellers NZ Blog, 12 July 2016.

General articles/mentions

'The worth and weight of words', Harvey McQueen, New Zealand Books, March 1997, vol. 7, no. 1, p.8.
'Energy, compost and mulch', Lydia Wevers, New Zealand Books, June 1997, vol. 7, no. 2, pp. 8-9.
'One degree of separation', Claire Murdoch, New Zealand Books, August 1998, vol. 8, no. 3, p. 15-16.
'Publishing, patronage, literary magazines', Dennis McEldowney, in The Oxford History of New Zealand Literature in English, ed. Terry Sturm, OUP, Auckland, 1998, 2nd edition, p. 681.
'Review of Poetry NZ 16 [featuring Mark Pirie]', Janet Wilson, Kite 14 (1998), pp. 15-17.
'The Little Magazines', David Eggleton, Kite 14 (1998), pp. 17-18.
'Two Things in Kite 14 Deserve Comment: Letter to the Editor', John O'Connor, Kite 15 (1998), p. 3.
'Capital words', Adam Shelton, City Voice, 30 December 1998, p. 10.
'Review of Sport 21 [including Andrew Johnston's article on The NeXt Wave], Alistair Paterson, Poetry NZ 18, March 1999, p. 89.
'Letters to the Editor', Alistair Paterson, Heather Murray and Tony Beyer, [Re: Jane Stafford review of The NeXt Wave and HeadworX], Landfall, no. 198, Spring 1999, pp. 360-362.
'Review of New Zealand Literature: Some Recent Trends' , Michael Paul Hogan, in The Critical Endeavour, Researchers' Association, India, Vol. V, December 1999, pp. 207-209.
'Future Lit: Targeting the Psychographic', Annabel Crerar, in JAAM 13 (2000), pp 41-48 and in Endnotes (2000), pp 55-59.
'Lines', Aidan Rasmussen, New Zealand Listener, 22-28 January 2000, p. 44-45.
'Necessary Oppositions?: Avant-garde versus traditional poetry in New Zealand', Jack Ross, Poetry NZ 21 (2000), pp. 80-83.
'The Word Made Flesh: Review of Subverse 2000: Queensland Poetry Festival', Miriam Lo, M/C Reviews online, University of Queensland, Australia, August 2000.
'Thylazine', Nicholas Birns, Antipodes, New York, USA, December 2000, p. 156.
'Alternative small press publishing in New Zealand : an introduction, with particular reference to the years 1969-1999 : a thesis submitted to the Victoria University of Wellington in fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in English', Michael O'Leary, MA thesis, Victoria University of Wellington Library, 2001
'Introduction by Bill Sewell', in Essential New Zealand Poems, edited by Bill Sewell and Lauris Edmond, Godwit/Random House, Auckland, 2001, p. 13.
'Young Poets' Society', Natasha Brinsden, North and South, August 2001, pp. 68-77.
'A Pass to Wingatui: Reconstructing the Infectious Canon', Dr Simon Slim, [John O'Connor], in Kite 21 (December 2001), pp. 15-17.
'Spectacular babies: the globalization of New Zealand fiction', Patrick Evans, in Kite 22 (2002), pp. 4-14; and online at the English Department, Canterbury University 2002.
Chapters by Michael O'Leary in Alternative Small Press Publishing in New Zealand 1969-1999, Michael O'Leary, Original Books, Wellington, 2002.
'Hip-hop in Aotearoa as a Contemporary Art Form', Gareth Shute, JAAM 19, May 2003, pp. 86-93; and on nzepc website.
'The Place of Michael O'Leary in the Post 1960 Poetry of Aotearoa', F. W. Nielsen Wright, [Launch speech for Dumber by Mark Pirie and Toku Tinihanga by Michael O'Leary], New Zealand Poetry Society Newsletter, June 2003, p. 11.
'Introduction by Ron Riddell', in The First Wellington International Poetry Festival Anthology, edited by Mark Pirie, Ron Riddell and Saray Torres, HeadworX, Wellington, 2003, p. 9.
'Relegated to oblivion: poetry and the media', Raewyn Alexander, Poetry NZ 27, September 2003, pp. 99-106.
'Foreword by Moshé Liba' in Over the Waters, Moshé Liba, HeadworX, 2004, pp. 7-8.
An Interview with Tony Beyer, Stylus Poetry Journal, April 2004
'Introduction by Robin Law' in Under Flagstaff: An Anthology of Dunedin Poetry, selected by Robin Law and Heather Murray, Otago University Press, 2004, p. 6.
'Selected poetry from New Zealand', Jan Fortune-Wood, Coffee House Poetry 3, Wales, UK, May 2004, pp. 2, 44 and 58.
'Interview: Harry Ricketts', Margot White, Metro, September 2004, p. 115.
'Selected poetry from New Zealand', Jan Fortune-Wood, Coffee House Poetry 4, Wales, UK, September 2004, pp. 2, 43.
'HeadworX in Wales', New Zealand Poetry Society Newsletter, November 2004, p. 5.
Chapter: 'july & august' in this piece of earth, a life in my new Zealand garden, Harvey McQueen, Awa Press, Wellington, 2004, p. 10.
New Zealand Literature: The New Word, Creative New Zealand [catalogue for London Book Fair], 2005.
'Poetry: in from the cold [mentions JAAM and HeadworX]', Hannah Sperber, North and South, July 2005, pp. 64-71.
'Editorial', Alistair Paterson, Poetry NZ 31 (September 2005), p. 9.
'Introduction by Damien Wilkins', Great Sporting Moments: The Best of Sport Magazine 1988-2004, edited by Damien Wilkins, Victoria University Press, Wellington, 2005, p. 13.
'Review of Spirit Abroad: A Second Selection of NZ Spiritual Verse', John Dolan, Landfall 210, November 2005, pp. 157-160.
'Introduction by Susan Pearce' in World Words: An Anthology of International Writers in New Zealand, Writer's International in association with HeadworX, Wellington, 2006, p. 13.
'A Pass to Wingatui: Reconstructing the Infectious Canon', John O'Connor, in The Unbelievable Lightness of Eggs: Light poems & verse, Hallard Press, 2006, pp. 54-57.
Chapters by Michael O'Leary in Alternative Small Press Publishing in New Zealand 1969-1999, Michael O'Leary, Steele Roberts, Wellington, 2007.
'Notes to "Chapter Five: Resisting"' in The Long Forgetting: Post-colonial Literary Culture in New Zealand, Patrick Evans, Canterbury University Press, Christchurch, 2007, p. 253.
' Introduction by Paula Green', Best New Zealand Poems 2007, IIML website.
'Introduction by Gavin O'Toole', in Che in Verse, edited by Gavin O'Toole and Georgina Jiménez, Aflame Books, UK, 2007, p. 41
'Of poetry and politics [Bernard Gadd obituary]', Michael O'Leary, The Dominion Post online, January 2008.
'Review of Che in Verse', Tom Holmes, School Library Journal, USA, January 2008; and on the publisher Aflame Books's website, UK.
'Facing Pages [mentions Basim Furat's translated poetry edited/published by Mark Pirie]', Tim Jones, A fine line, January 2008, pp. 1-2; and on Books in the Trees blog, 19 June 2008.
' Collected Works Bookshop Events August 2008 [mentions Basim Furat and Mark Pirie], 30 August 2008, Kris Hemensley, poetry & ideas blog, 4 June 2009
'Preface by Jack Ross', New New Zealand Poets in Performance, eds. Jan Kemp and Jack Ross, Auckland University Press, 2008, ix-xii.
Chapter: 'Mr Burns' in I Am an Axeman, Chris Boxall, The Copy Press, Nelson, 2009, pp. 24-26.
'Encounters with the Earl', Ken Bolton, The Earl is in...: 25 Years of the Earl of Seacliff, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, Paekakariki, 2009, pp. 205-208.
'A Tribute to Michael O'Leary - the Earl of Seacliff [Winter Readings article]', Robin Fry, The Earl is in...: 25 Years of the Earl of Seacliff, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, Paekakariki, 2009, pp. 209-211.
'Translating contemporary Iraq's Arabic literature: ten years of Banipal's record 1998-2008 [mentions Basim Furat's Here and There edited by Mark Pirie], Salih J. Altoma, International Journal of Contemporary Iraqi Studies, vol. 3, issue 3, December 2009, UK, pp. 307-319.
'Introduction by Dieter Riemenschneider' in Wildes Licht (Wild Light): poems/Gedichte aus Aotearoa Neuseeland : Englisch-Deutsch, edited by Dieter Riemenschneider, Christchurch, New Zealand und Kronberg im Taunus, Germany, Tranzlit, 2010, pp. 17-21.
'Trade and True: Anthologies Fifty Years after Donald Allen's The New American Poetry [mentions Voyagers: Science Fiction Poetry from New Zealand]', Murray Edmond, Ka Mate Ka Ora 9 online, March 2010.
'Teen Spirit [Kurt Cobain art book article]', Tom Cardy, The Dominion Post, 6 May 2010, p. 15.
'Poetry Archive opens in New Zealand', Anon, The Poetry Library News: The Poetry Scene online, UK, 8 July 2010.
'National Poetry Archive Opens in Northland', Northland News, No. 53, September 2010, p. 1.
'Confirmation of authors whose work will be included in "A New Zealand Literary Showcase: 100 NZ authors", a major feature to be published by Interlitq in February/March 2011', International Literary Quarterly (ILQ) blog, August 10, 2010
'The Eighties & The Nineties', Harry Ricketts, in 99 Ways into New Zealand Poetry, Paula Green & Harry Ricketts, Random House, Auckland, 2010, p. 175.
'The New Millennium', Paula Green, in 99 Ways into New Zealand Poetry, Paula Green & Harry Ricketts, Random House, Auckland, 2010, p. 183.
'Performing the Poem', Paula Green, in 99 Ways into New Zealand Poetry, Paula Green & Harry Ricketts, Random House, Auckland, 2010, p. 268.
'Other Places [mentions Basim Furat's poetry translations in English edited/published by Mark Pirie]', Harry Ricketts, in 99 Ways into New Zealand Poetry, Paula Green & Harry Ricketts, Random House, Auckland, 2010, p. 175.
'The Printed Poem', Paula Green, in 99 Ways into New Zealand Poetry, Paula Green & Harry Ricketts, Random House, Auckland, 2010, pp. 287-295.
The Early History of the Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa, 2nd edition, F. W. Nielsen Wright, Cultural and Political Booklets, Wellington, 2010, pp. 6, 12.
'Standing upright here', Harvey McQueen in These I Have Loved: My Favourite New Zealand Poems edited by Harvey McQueen, Steele Roberts Ltd, Wellington, 2010, pp. 117-118.
Launch Speech by Fiona Kidman onThese I Have Loved: My Favourite New Zealand Poems, edited by Harvey McQueen, Stoat Spring blog, 11 October 2010; and in Poetry Notes (Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa Newsletter), Vol. 1, Issue No. 4, Summer 2011.
'Essay by Mark Pirie included in the Salt Companion to Richard Berengarten', Graham Beattie, Beattie's Book Blog, 6 December 2010.
'Need to Know: Flock and Roll' [mentions review of Mark Pirie's broadsheet journal in Evergreen Review, USA], The Dominion Post, Arts & Entertainment section, Thursday 29 May 2011.
A Personal Memoir of David Mitchell, Michael O'Leary, Beattie's Book Blog, 29 June 2011.
An Account of the Aotearoa Poet Charles Woodhouse Grace (1862-1946), F W. Nielsen Wright, Cultural and Political Booklets, Wellington, 2011.
Striding Both Worlds: Witi Ihimaera and New Zealand's Literary Traditions, Melissa Kennedy, Rodopi, New York/Amsterdam, 2011.
Editorial, Anne Kennedy, JAAM 29 (2011), p. 6.
Understanding Mark Pirie's Literary Talent in Thersites' Run: Notes and Essays, F. W. Nielsen Wright, Cultural and Political Booklets, Wellington, 2012, pp. 14-17.
Various letters to the editor [relating to a poem by Mark Pirie], The Wellingtonian newspaper, 19 April 2012 and 26 April 2012.
Letter to the editor [relating to a poem by Mark Pirie], The Wellingtonian newspaper, 8 November 2012.
Mysteries solved and treasures recovered through photo library, [re: discovery of rugby career of Mark Pirie's grandfather at the NZ Rugby Museum], Manawatu Standard, 14 November 2012; and on stuff.co.nz website.
'Editorial', Nicholas Reid, Poetry NZ 46 (Febr uary 2013 ), p. 9.
HeadworX book launch report: rugby poems and legends, Beattie's Book Blog, 2 December 2013
'Rugby and poetry - who'd have thought?', The Wellingtonian, 30 January 2014, p. 32.
'Editorial', John Symons, Journal of the Cricket Society, Vol 27, No 2, Spring 2014, p. 4.
Die Bibel: The Authoritative History of Dr  Michael John O’Leary, Earl of Seacliff, Michael O’Leary, Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, Paekakariki, 2014.
'Editorial', John Symons, Cricket Society News Bulletin, July/August 2015, p. 1.
Rugby: A New Zealand History by Ron Palenski, Auckland University Press, Auckland, 2015.
Ngā Kaituhi Wāhine Māori — Māori Women Writers,'Vaughan Rapatahana, in Jacket2 Commentaries, USA, 2015 (online).
Slam, slam ... & thank you Mams, Vaughan Rapatahana, in Jacket2 Commentaries, USA, 2015 (online).

John Symons, Notes to Poetry Corner, The Cricket Society News Bulletin, May/June 2016, p. 12.
Robert McLean, Red Falls to Yellow then to Orange down to Blue, Landfall Online Review, 1 July 2016
Earl of Seacliff Poetry Prize Awarded, Beattie’s Book Blog, 20 July 2016.
Die Bibel: The Authoritative History of Dr  Michael John O’Leary, Earl of Seacliff, Michael O’Leary, Wellington, Steele Roberts Ltd, 2016.

Critical studies

A Comparison of JAAM and brief as the Two Leading Literary Magazines of Aotearoa Since 1995
, F. W. Nielsen Wright, Cultural and Political Booklets, 2003.
A reading of five poets in line for the Prime Minister's award for literary achievement: essays: Ruth Dallas, Elizabeth Smither, Jenny Bornholdt, Vivienne Plumb and Mark Pirie, F. W. Nielsen Wright, Cultural and Political Booklets, 2003.
Poets Young and Old: Two Studies, F. W. Nielsen Wright, Cultural and Political Booklets, Wellington, 2008.

Research library holdings of Mark Pirie's work

The Poetry Library, Southbank Centre, London
Harvard University Library, USA
Alexander Turnbull Library, NZ and Pacific collection, Wellington, New Zealand
Hocken Library, Dunedin, New Zealand

Online profiles of Mark Pirie


New Zealand Book Council website
Aotearoa New Zealand Poetry Sound Archive
Wikipedia - the free encyclopedia
ireference.ca (Canada) - free online reference site and encyclopedia
Sri Lanka Dot Com - Sri Lanka Wikipedia
Salt Publishing website
JAAM magazine website
Interactive Publications website
HeadworX Publishers website

Online listings of Mark Pirie

Wapedia: Wiki Category - NZ Poets

Other Listings of Mark Pirie

New Zealand Literary Map (poster), Steele Roberts Ltd/NZ Book Council, 2004

Reviews/articles/interviews/mentions about Mark Pirie's work in (print/electronic/online periodicals/websites)

Amazon.com, Antipodes (New York, USA), Banipal (UK), Booksellers NZ Blog, Book Notes (New Zealand Book Council Newsletter), Bravado (NZ), brief (NZ), Capital Times (NZ), City Voice (NZ), Cricket Society News Bulletin (UK), Cordite Poetry Review (Australia), Cricket Company (NZ Sky Sport TV show), Cricket Web (UK), Critic (NZ), English in Aotearoa (NZ), Endnotes (NZ), Fishpond (NZ), Glottis (NZ), Hyperpoetics (NZ), Immigrations Matters (NZ), In Ink - DIA newsletter (NZ), IKS Newsfeed (DIA electronic newsletter, NZ), International Journal of Contemporary Iraqi Studies (UK), International Journal on Multicultural Literature (India), Investigate (NZ), Jacket2 (USA), JAAM (NZ), Journal of Commonwealth Literature (UK), Journal of the Cricket Society (UK), Joussour (Australia), Ka Mate Ka Ora (NZ), Kapiti Observer (NZ), Kitabat.com (Arabic literature website), Kite (NZ), Landfall (NZ), Locus online reviews, Loop (NZ), M/C Reviews (Australia), Manawatu Standard (NZ), Metro (NZ), Modern Poetry in Translation (UK), nzepc (New Zealand Electronic Poetry Centre), New Zealand Books, New Zealand Listener, New Zealand Poetry Society Newsletter [A Fine Line], New Zealand Poetry Society website, New Zealand Society of Authors Newsletter, North and South (NZ), Northland News (NZ), New Zealand Cricket Museum Newsletter, New Zealand Musician, New Zealand Writers' Website, Otago Daily Times (NZ), Paekakariki Xpressed (NZ), Pavement (NZ), Poetry Notes (Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa Newsletter), Poetry NZ, Porirua City News (NZ), Rugby: A New Zealand History by Ron Palenski, Salient (NZ), Salt (NZ), Science Fiction and Fantasy Association of New Zealand Inc., Sidewalk (Australia), Social Alternatives (Australia), Southern Ocean Review (NZ), Space and Time (e-magazine, USA), Spin (NZ), Sport (NZ), Staple (NZ), Star*Line (USA), stuff.co.nz news website (NZ) Stylus Poetry Journal (Australia), Sunday Star-Times (NZ), Takahe (NZ), Tearaway (NZ), The Critical Endeavour (India), The Cricket Society News Bulletin (UK), The Dominion (NZ), The Dominion Post (NZ), The Evening Post (NZ), The Evergreen Review (USA), The Lampstand (NZ), The Nelson Mail (NZ), The New Zealand Herald, The Pander (NZ), The Poetry Library News website (UK), The Wellingtonian (NZ), The Word (Dunedin Public Libraries Newsletter, NZ), Tiger Talk (papertiger media e-newsletter, Australia/Thailand), University of Otago Magazine (NZ), Upper Hutt Leader (NZ), UTS Review (Australia), Vic News (NZ), Waikato Times (NZ), Western News (NZ), Wisden Cricketer (UK) and World Literature Today (USA).

Reviews/articles/mentions about Mark Pirie's work in (online blogs)

Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa (PANZA blog), International Literary Quarterly (InterLitQ) blog (UK/USA), Grove Press blog (USA), New Zealand Poet Laureate blog, The Imaginary Museum (Jack Ross's blog), Helen Lowe on Anything Really (Helen Lowe's blog), Winged Ink (Helen Rickerby's blog), Books in the Trees (Tim Jones's blog), Stoat Spring (Harvey McQueen's blog), Beattie's Book Blog (Graham Beattie's blog), Michael O'Leary (Michael O'Leary's blog), Tingling Catch (Mark Pirie's cricket poetry blog), Timon Maxey - Contemporary Artist blog, poetry & ideas (Kris Hemensley's blog), From the Morgue (Morgan Davie's blog), David Colquhoun's blog, Janis Freegard's Weblog, Tor.com,Sidestream blog (Miriam Barr's blog), A Gentle Madness: NZ Literature blog and molloy notebook (Harvey Molloy's blog).

Radio interviews/reviews on Mark Pirie's work broadcast on

Speaking Volumes Book Review of The NeXt Wave, Kim Hill, 9 to Noon, Radio NZ National, 1998
Morrin Rout and Ruth Todd interviews, Bookmarks, Radio NZ National, 1998-2005
Morrin Rout interview, Plains FM, Christchurch, 2003
Radio NZ National interview, SF poetry discussion, 2004 (with Tim Jones)
Access Radio interview, Wellington, 2005
Lynn Freeman interviews, Arts on Sunday, Radio NZ National, 2007-2010
Discussion of A Tingling Catch, Jim Mora, Afternoons, Radio NZ National, 2010
Discussion of A Tingling Catch, Kathryn Ryan, 9 to Noon, Radio NZ National, 2010
Discussion of A Tingling Catch, Radio Sport, 2010
Interview with Kathryn Ryan, 9 to Noon, Radio NZ National, 2011

TV interviews on Mark Pirie's work broadcast on

Segment about A Tingling Catch on "Cricket Company", Sky Sport 1, 24 March 2011

Bibliographical information on Mark Pirie

Bibliography of Mark Pirie's Poetry 1992-2014, F. W. Nielsen Wright and Mark Pirie, Original Books, 2014
A Supplementary Bibliography to Mark Pirie as Author, Publisher, Editor
, F. W. Nielsen Wright, Original Books, 2010
New Zealand National Bibliography
National Library of New Zealand catalogue
WorldCat - global online library catalog
Index New Zealand - articles/poem publications by Mark Pirie
Publications New Zealand - online library catalogue
FindNZArticles - index for articles/poem publications and reviews relating to Mark Pirie
New Zealand Law and Literature - database
Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa - online catalogue
Journal of Commonwealth Literature - JCL
New New Zealand Poets in Performance
,
eds. Jan Kemp and Jack Ross, Auckland University Press, 2008
99 Ways into New Zealand Poetry, Paula Green & Harry Ricketts, Random House, Auckland, 2010


8. Books published by Mark Pirie


HeadworX imprint (67 titles)

Nothing to Declare: Selected Writings 1977-1997
  Harry Ricketts, 1998
Salamanca  Vivienne Plumb, 1998
Sweet Banana Wax Peppers  Jenny Powell-Chalmers, 1998
The Century  Tony Beyer, 1998
Pingandy: New and Selected Poems  Harvey McQueen, 1999
Unmanned  Stephen Oliver, 1999
baby is this wonderland?  Jeanne Bernhardt, 1999
Earth Colours: Selected Poems  L E Scott, 2000
The Diary as a Positive in Female Adult Behaviour  Vivienne Plumb, 2000
Talking Pictures: Selected Poems
  Riemke Ensing, 2000
Hats  Jenny Powell-Chalmers, 2000
Rhyme Before Reason  Scott Kendrick, 2001
Extreme Weather Events  Tim Jones, 2001
abstract internal furniture  Helen Rickerby, 2001
Night of Warehouses: New and Selected Poems 1978-2000   Stephen Oliver, 2001
Our Bay of Ensigns & Other 'Race' Relations  Bernard Gadd, 2001
The Snow Poems/your self of lost ground   Jeanne Bernhardt, 2002
Storyteller : Poems 1988-1999 Simon Williamson, 2002
Boat People  Tim Jones, 2002
Chantal's Book  Jack Ross, 2002
The Ballad of Fifty-one  Bill Sewell, 2003
Toku Tinihanga (Self Deception): Selected Poems 1982-2002  Michael O'Leary, 2003
Maketu: A Sequence   Terry Locke, 2003
How to Occupy Our Selves  David Howard & Fiona Pardington, 2003
The Year Nothing  Paul Hardacre, 2003
The First Wellington International Poetry Festival Anthology editors Mark Pirie, Ron Riddell and Saray Torres, 2003
Summer on the Côte d'Azur  Alistair Paterson, 2003
Recessional  Harvey McQueen, 2004
Over the Waters  Moshé Liba, 2004
Natural Anthem  Leonard Lambert, 2004
Greatest Hits: JAAM 21: An Anthology of Writing 1984-2004 editors Mark Pirie and Michael O'Leary, 2004
The Second Wellington International Poetry Festival Anthology editors Mark Pirie, Ron Riddell and Saray Torres, 2004
Four French Horns  Jenny Powell-Chalmers, 2004
Here and There: A Selection  Basim Furat, 2004
Nefarious  Vivienne Plumb, 2004
Make Love and War  Michael O'Leary, 2005
Your Secret Life  Harry Ricketts, 2005
Daymoon  Robin Fry, 2005
Suchness: Zen Poetry and Prose  Richard von Sturmer, 2005
Self-titled  Tony Chad, 2005
Overnight Downpour  Andrew Fagan, 2006
Sounds of Sonnets  Michael O'Leary & Mark Pirie, 2006
Just Poetry  Alistair Te Ariki Campbell, 2007
All Blacks' Kitchen Gardens  Tim Jones, 2007
Dream Boat: Selected Poems Tony Beyer, 2007
Speaking in Tongues  L E Scott, 2007
It's Love Isn't It?: The Love Poems Alistair Te Ariki Campbell and Meg Campbell, 2008
Paneta Street  Michael O'Leary, 2008
My Iron Spine  Helen Rickerby, 2008
No Boat May Allow Drowning to Vanish  Basim Furat, 2010
Goya Rules  Harvey McQueen, 2010
The Pop Artist's Garland: Selected Poems 1952-2009  F W N Wright, 2010
Viet Nam: A Poem Journey   Jenny Powell, 2010
'A Tingling Catch': A Century of New Zealand Cricket Poems 1864-2009  editor Mark Pirie, 2010
In Vitro  Laura Solomon, 2011
The Corrosion Zone  Barbara Strang, 2011
Out of It  Michael O'Leary, 2012
Old Hat: A Book of Triolets  Mark Pirie, 2012
King Willow: Selected Poems  Robert J Pope, 2012
Aspects of Reality  John O'Connor, 2013
Polynesian Legends and Other Poems  A. Stanley Sherratt, 2013
Whistling in the Dark  John O'Connor, 2014
A Clearer View of the Hinterland  Jack Ross, 2014
Main Trunk Lines: Collected Railway Poems  Michael O'Leary, 2015
Lonely Earth  MaryJane Thomson, 2015
Aboriginal to Nowhere  Brentley Frazer, 2016
Songs of the City, MaryJane Thomson, 2016

JAAM Publishing Collective imprint (17 titles)

JAAM (Just Another Art Movement) nos. 7-23, 1997-2005

The Night Press imprint (37 titles)

The Bet: Poems in Memory of Jim Morrison (American Poet)  Mark Pirie, 2004
Love Notes  Mark Pirie, 2007
More Love Notes  Mark Pirie, 2007
Two Poems for Gemma  Mark Pirie, 2007
10 single sheet broadsheets (Evelyn Conlon, Gemma Claire, Michael O'Leary, Meg Campbell, Alistair Te Ariki Campbell, Mark Pirie, Stephen Oliver, Jeanne Bernhardt, Robin Fry and Basim Furat)
broadsheet: new new zealand poetry nos. 1-18, 2008-ongoing
Retreat to Dunkirk: An Officer's Account  Capt. Arthur Lawn, 2013
Sidelights: Rugby Poems  Mark Pirie, 2013
Fallen Grace  MaryJane Thomson, 2014
Poems for my Father  Mark Pirie, 2014
12 Netball Poems  Mark Pirie, 2015

Sonny Boy Press imprint

Journeys: a poem sequence  Mark Pirie, 1996

The Doll Press imprint

The Rose and Other Poems  Mark Pirie, 2004

The Worthy Press imprint

Bach Concert  Mark Pirie, 2005


9. Mark Pirie's Awards/Shortlists/Grants

Awards/shortlists as publisher

2004 Montana New Zealand Book Awards for Poetry (shortlist): The Ballad of '51 by Bill Sewell (HeadworX)

Publishing grants as publisher (HeadworX)

Creative NZ - Tony Beyer, The Century, 1998
Creative NZ - Harvey McQueen, Pingandy, 1999
Creative NZ - Riemke Ensing, Talking Pictures, 1999
Creative NZ - Jenny Powell, Hats, 2000
Creative NZ - Scott Kendrick, Rhyme before Reason, 2001
Creative NZ - Bill Sewell, The Ballad of '51, 2002
Creative NZ - David Howard & Fiona Pardington, How to Occupy Ourselves, 2003
Creative NZ - Alistair Paterson, Summer on the Cote D'Azur, 2003
Creative NZ - Leonard Lambert, Natural Anthem, 2003
Creative NZ - Harvey McQueen, Recessional, 2003
Creative NZ - Richard von Sturmer, Suchness: Zen Poetry and Prose, 2004
Arts Access Aotearoa - World Words anthology in association with Writers International (NZ), 2005
Creative NZ - Alistair Te Ariki Campbell, Just Poetry, 2006

Publishing grants as publisher (JAAM Publishing Collective)

Creative NZ - JAAM magazine, yearly grants, 1997-2005

Awards/shortlists as editor/author*

2010 Sir Julius Vogel Award for Best Collected Work (category winner): Voyagers: Science Fiction Poetry from New Zealand (co-edited with Tim Jones)

Writing/publishing grants as editor/author

Creative NZ - Otago University Press to publish The NeXt Wave edited by Mark Pirie, 1997
Creative NZ - Mark Pirie: $6,000 to write a collection of short stories, 1998
Creative NZ - Mark Pirie: to attend the Queensland Poetry Festival, 2000
Creative NZ - Sudden Valley Press to publish Reading the Will by Mark Pirie, poetry collection, 2001
Creative NZ - Mark Pirie: $9,000 to write a collection of poetry, 2002

*Note: Melior Simms's poem, 'Two Kinds of Time', from Voyagers: Science Fiction Poetry from New Zealand was shortlisted for the 2010 Rhysling Awards, the Science Fiction Poetry Association's awards, in the USA and included in the 2010 Rhysling Awards anthology.

Awards information on Mark Pirie

Book Awards website (www.bookawards.co.nz)
Sir Julius Vogel Awards - Wikipedia - the free encyclopedia


10. Mark Pirie's literary/editorial appointments


Collective member and managing editor of JAAM magazine, 1995-2005
Committee member of the New Zealand Poetry Society, 1996-1997
Managing editor of HeadworX Publishers, 1998-ongoing
Contributing New Zealand editor of Thylazine online journal, Australia, 1999
New Zealand member of Editorial Advisory Board of Antipodes: Journal of Australian and New Zealand Studies (New York, USA), 2000-ongoing
Contributing New Zealand editor of papertiger CD-ROM journal, Australia/Thailand, 2001-2006
Committee member of the Wellington International Poetry Festival, 2003-2004
Member of PANZA (Poetry Archive Charitable Trust), 2006-ongoing
Managing editor of broadsheet: new new zealand poetry, 2008-ongoing
Archivist and co-organiser of Poetry Archive of New Zealand Aotearoa, 2010- ongoing


11. Mark Pirie's educational qualifications


BA (Hons) in English, Victoria University of Wellington, 1992-1997
MA in English, University of Otago, Dunedin, 1999-2000

Bibliography last updated 14 January 2017