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Vol 31 (2016): Marking the passing of Brian Dunnett, and dealing with matters of Pitcairn Island Michael Brown and Mat Tait, The Heading Dog Who Split in Half: Legends and Tall Tales from New Zealand (Nelson: Potton and Burton, 2015). Paperback with black and white illustrations, ISBN 9781927213575. NZD $39.99. Abstract  PDF
A. Asbjørn Jøn
 
Vol 31 (2016): Marking the passing of Brian Dunnett, and dealing with matters of Pitcairn Island H.P. Lovecraft, The New Annotated H.P. Lovecraft, edited by Leslie S. Klinger (New York: Liveright Publishing Corporation, 2014). 852pp. Hardcover, ISBN 0871404532, 9780871404534. USD $39.95 Abstract  PDF
A. Asbjørn Jøn
 
Vol 32 (2017): Remembering Phil Garland and exploring New Caledonia Chum Mey, Survivor: the triumph of an ordinary man in the Khmer Rouge Genocide, translated by Sim Sorya and Kimsroy Sokvisal (Phnom Penh, Documentation Center of Cambodia, 2012). Paperback with black and white and colour illustrations, ISBN 9789995060244. 110 pages. USD $10. Abstract  PDF
A. Asbjørn Jøn
 
Vol 32 (2017): Remembering Phil Garland and exploring New Caledonia Jack Zipes, Tales of Wonder: Retelling Fairy Tales through Picture Postcard. With a 'Foreword' by Marina Warner. (Minneapolis, Minnesota: University of Minnesota Press, 2017). Large format - with 12 x 12 inch pages, heavy cloth binding. 248 pages. Price, $US34.95. Abstract  PDF
J. S. Ryan
 
Vol 25 (2010): A Celebratory Issue Elizabeth Taylor, Haunted Halls: Ghostlore of American Campuses (Jackson, Mississippi: University Press of Mississippi, 2007). Paper and cloth. P. ix + 241. ISBN 978-1-57806-994-1. Unjacketed Cloth. $US 50-00. ISBN 978-1- 57806-995-8. Paper. $US 20-00. Abstract  PDF
J. S. Ryan
 
Vol 24 (2009): Featuring Folk Music and Cultural Change Dan Yashinsky, Suddenly They Heard Footsteps: Storytelling for the Twentyfirst Century (Jackson, MI: University Press of Mississippi, 2004). Pp. xviii, 318. ISBN (pbk) 1-57806-927-0. US $25 [Also in hardback, ISBN 1-57806- 926-2] Abstract  PDF
Karen Hawkins
 
Vol 29 (2014): Our Celtic Identity Scottish Studies: The Journal of the School of Scottish Studies, no. 36 (2011- 2013). ISSN 0036-9411. Abstract  PDF
J. S. Ryan, Robert James Smith
 
Vol 30 (2015): Outreach to surrounding countries and the commemorating of centennials Brett J. Stubbs, Very Good Beer and Ale: Breweries and Brewers of Tasmania 1820s to 1930s (East Lismore, NSW: Tankard Books, 2013). Pp. xvi, 372, ISBN 978-0-9806209-3-1 Abstract  PDF
Robert James Smith
 
Vol 30 (2015): Outreach to surrounding countries and the commemorating of centennials Douglas Gray, Simple Forms: Essays on Mediaeval English Popular Literature (Oxford: University Press, 2015). Pp. ix, 267. Abstract  PDF
J. S. Ryan
 
Vol 26 (2011): Notions of Defiance; the Tragedy of Wars of Retaliation, and our Celtic Heritage Australians in Britain: The Twentieth Century Experience, ed. by Carl Bridge, Robert Crawford and David Dunstan (Clayton, Vic.: Monash University ePress, 2009). 256 pp.; full text readable online < http://books.publishing.monash.edu/ apps/bookworm/view/Australians+in+Britain%3A+The+Twentieth-Century+ Experience/137/xhtml/chapter07.html> ISBN 9780980464863 (pbk), 97809804 64870 (online). RRP A$34.95 (pbk). Abstract  PDF
J. S. Ryan
 
Vol 25 (2010): A Celebratory Issue William D. Elder, Playing in Time: A History of the Kerang Band: Celebrating 125 years of Music, 1884-2009 (Kerang and District Band, Inc., 2009). Pp.3 + iii, 102, illustrated with 23 photographs, mainly in full colour. Abstract  PDF
J. S. Ryan
 
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