Vaughan Rapatahana reviews Wild Honey, in conversation with Paula Green


Wild Honey: Reading New Zealand Women’s Poetry, by Paula Green, is an important book.

Indeed, it is a key book in that there has not been such a comprehensive overview of the place, the role, the significance of woman poets in Aotearoa New Zealand previously. Accordingly, it starts to correct the historical imbalance between the recognition and respect accorded male Kiwi writers per se, and that accorded women writers, who struggled throughout the twentieth century especially, to be published at all.’ — Vaughan Rapatahana, Jacket 2. 

Read the full review and interview here