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Professor Paul Millar

School of Humanities and Creative Arts; English

Fields of Research

  • New Zealand Literature
  • CEISMIC Canterbury Earthquakes Digital Archive
  • Literary Biography, theory and practice
  • Digital Humanities and Scholarly Electronic Editing
  • Maori and Pasifika literature in English

Researcher Summary

Paul Millar is Deputy Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the College of Arts and Head of the School of Humanities and Creative Arts. He is also Professor of English with extensive publications in New Zealand Literature, particularly the poetry of James K. Baxter. His literary biography of novelist and cultural commentator Bill Pearson was a finalist in the 2011 New Zealand Book Awards. Millar has long been involved in Digital Humanities projects and research. In 2001 he co-founded VUW's New Zealand Electronic Text Collection. At UC he has led the establishment of New Zealand's first Digital Humanities teaching programme. Following the 2010/2011 Canterbury earthquakes he led the development of the CEISMIC Canterbury Earthquakes Digital Archive (www.ceismic.org.nz), a cultural heritage database that collects stories, images and media about the earthquakes' impacts for the purposes of commemoration, teaching and research. With over 250,000 items already collected, this project is one of the largest and most innovative of its kind in the world. To date it has won three awards: in 2012 a Windows 8 web application built around CEISMIC won Microsoft’s ‘Humanising Data’ competition; in 2013 CEISMIC was awarded the Digital Humanities Award for ‘Best DH Project for Public Audiences’ (2013), and in 2014 CEISMIC won the New Zealand Open Source Award for the outstanding use of free and open source software in a project for social services, charities and community organizations.

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Research/Scholarly/Creative Works

Authored Books
  • Miles, G., Davidson, J. and Millar, P. (2011) The Snake-Haired Muse: James K. Baxter and Classical Mythology. Wellington: Victoria University Press.
  • Millar, P. (2010) No Fretful Sleeper: A Life of Bill Pearson. Auckland: Auckland University Press.
  • Millar, P. (2001) Spark to a Waiting Fuse: James K. Baxter’s Correspondence with Noel Ginn 1942-1946. Wellington: Victoria University Press.
Chapters
  • Millar, P. (2011) The Background to Bill Pearson's 'Fretful Sleepers': Two Excerpts from a Biography. Running Writing Robinson Wellington: Victoria University Press.
  • Millar, P. (2010) What if Bill Pearson's Novel Coal Flat had Kept its Homosexual Themes? New Zealand As It Might Have Been 2: 180-203. Wellington: Victoria University Press.
  • Millar, P. (2007) Return to Exile: James K. Baxter in India. Writing Asia: the Literatures in Englishes. Volume 1. From the Inside: Asia Pacific Literatures in Englishes: 493-511. Singapore: Ethos Books.
  • Millar, P. (2007) Textuality and the Grotesque in Vincent O'Sullivan's Believers to the Bright Coast. Still Shines When You Think of It: A Festschrift for Vincent O’Sullivan: 300-317. Wellington: Victoria University Press.
  • Millar, P. (2005) Canton Bromides: The Chinese Presence in Twentieth Century New Zealand Fiction. East by South: China in the Australasian Imagination: 156-172. Wellington: Victoria University Press.
  • Millar, P. (2005) Nobody would have given tuppence for our chances': James K. Baxter & J.C. Sturm. Between the Lives: Partners in Art: 137-165. Auckland: Auckland University Press.
  • Millar, P. (2002) So Dazzling a Creature: Pacific Island Writers in New Zealand Literature. Pacific Art Niu Sila: The Pacific Dimension of Contemporary New Zealand Arts: 161-173. Wellington: Te Papa Press.
  • Millar, P. (2000) Baxter, James Keir. The Dictionary of New Zealand Biography, Volume 5, 1941-1960: 39-42. Auckland & Wellington: Auckland University Press & Department of Internal Affairs.
  • Millar, P. (2000) The Rent Due for a Skull: James K. Baxter and the Legacy of Parihaka. Parihaka: The Art of Passive Resistance: 186-191. Wellington: City Gallery, Victoria University Press and Parihaka Pa Trustees.
  • Millar, P. (1999) Price Milburn. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) A Book of NZ Verse 1923-45 (1945). The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature: 63-64. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Alcock, Peter. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature: 5-6. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Allan, Rob. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Alley, Rewi. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature: 8-9. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Autumn Testament (1972). The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Baucke, William. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Baume, Eric. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature: 44-45. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Baxter, Archibald. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Baxter, James K. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature: 45-48. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Beach, Eric. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature: 48-49. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Bell, George. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Bell, John. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Bertram, James. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Best, Elsdon. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature: 52-53. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Beyond the Palisade (1944). The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature: 54-55. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Blow, Wind of Fruitfulness (1948). The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature: 60-61. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Boreham, Frank. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Bornholdt, Jenny. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Burn, D.W.M. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Butler, Dorothy. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Cape, Peter. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) China. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature: 104-105. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Cody, J.F. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Cold Spring (1996). The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Cox, Geoffrey. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature: 116-117. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Cox, Nigel. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Dallas, Ruth. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature: 126-127. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Dansey, Harry. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature: 128-129. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Davidson, William. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Ginn, Noel. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Greig, Rhondda. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Hapipi, Rori. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Hazard Press. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Herkt, David. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Howrah Bridge and Other Poems (1961). The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Hunt, Sam. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature: 249-250. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Ihimaera, Witi. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature: 254-256. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) In Fires of No Return (1958). The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Into the World of Light: An Anthology of Maori Writing (1982). The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Ireland, Kevin. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature: 259-260. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Jackaman, Rob. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Jacobs, Helen. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Jerusalem Daybook (1971). The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Jerusalem Sonnets: Poems for Colin Durning (1970). The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Kowhai Gold: An Anthology of Contemporary New Zealand Verse (1930). The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Lasenby, Jack. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Lawson, Henry. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Marris, Charles A. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Marshall, Owen. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature: 360-363. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) McAlpine, Rachel. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) McQueen, Cilla. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Milner, Ian. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Minehan, Mike. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Norcliffe, James. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature: 409-410. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Oliver, Stephen. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Pig Island Letters (1966). The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Pounamu, Pounamu (1972). The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Randell, Beverley. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Stanley, Mary. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature: 510-511. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Tangi (1973). The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Taylor, Apirana. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) The Fallen House (1953). The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) The Matriarch (1986). The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) The Rock Woman (1969). The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Wakefield, E. G. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (1998) Whanau (1974). The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature: 584-585. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. and McLeod, A. (1998) Sturm, J. C. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature: 517-518. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
Edited Volumes
  • Carnegie, D., Millar, P., Norton, D. and Ricketts, H. (Ed.) (2011) Running Writing Robinson. Wellington: Victoria University Press.
  • Millar, P., Stafford, J. and Williams, M. (Ed.) (2009) Kōtare: New Zealand Notes & Queries, 2008. Special Issue: Essays in New Zealand Literary Biography Series Three: The Early Poets. Wellington: Victoria University of Wellington.
  • Millar, P., Stafford, J. and Williams, M. (Ed.) (2008) Kōtare 2008. Special Issue - Essays in New Zealand Literary Biography Series Two: 'Early Male Prose Writers'. Wellington: Victoria University of Wellington.
  • Millar, P., Stafford, J. and Williams, M. (Ed.) (2008) Kōtare: New Zealand Notes & Queries, 2007. Special Issue: Essays in New Zealand Literary Biography Series One: Women Prose Writers to World War 1. Wellington: Victoria University of Wellington.
  • Ferrall, C., Millar, P. and Smith, K. (Ed.) (2005) East by South: China in the Australasian Imagination. Wellington: Victoria University Press.
  • Millar, P. (Ed.) (2001) New Selected Poems: James K. Baxter. Auckland: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (Ed.) (1998) Dweller on the Threshold by Noel Ginn. Wellington: Steele Roberts.
  • Millar, P. (Ed.) (1997) Autumn Testament: James K. Baxter. Auckland: Oxford University Press.
  • Millar, P. (Ed.) (1996) Cold Spring by James K. Baxter. Auckland: Oxford University Press.
Scholarly Editions/Literary Translations
  • Millar, P. (2010) Selected Poems of James K. Baxter. Auckland University Press.
  • Millar, P. (2010) Selected Poems: James K. Baxter. Carcanet.
Conference - Published
  • Millar, P. (2016) "The City of the Fugitives": Does selective preservation of disaster memories mean selective recovery from disaster? [Abstract]. People in Disasters, 24 Feb 2016 - 26 Feb 2016. In Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies(Early Access Online)
  • Smithies, J., Millar, P. and Thomson, C. (2014) Integrated Data and Recovery: The UC CEISMIC Federated Archive. Third International Conference on Urban Disaster Reduction (3ICUDR), 28 Sep 2014 - 1 Oct 2014.
Conference - Other
  • Millar, P. (2012) “The Gold Digger is the Pioneer of Progress”: Goldfields Tropes in 19th Century New Zealand Novels. 150 Years of Riches: The Central Otago Gold Rush 1862 - 2012, 29 Aug 2012 - 31 Aug 2012. Forthcoming in 'Rushing for Gold', Otago Universit
  • Millar, P., Smithies, JD. and Thomson, C. (2012) Digital Humanities and Disaster: The UC CEISMIC Canterbury Earthquakes Digital Archive. NZ eResearch Symposium (NZERS 2012), 4 Jul 2012 - 6 Jul 2012.
  • Millar, P. (2010) No Fretful Sleeper. Auckland Writers and Readers Festival, 12 May 2010 - 16 May 2010.
  • Millar, P. (2010) Poems to Statues: Baxter, Burns and Henry Lawson. Dead Man's Ember': James K. Baxter and Robert Burns, 30 Nov 2010 - 30 Nov 2010.
  • Millar, P. (2009) Suspension Always Has its Dangers.' Does New Zealand Writing Still Need a Sense of Social Tradition? Antipodes: New Directions in History and Culture Aotearoa New Zealand, 3 Sep 2009 - 5 Sep 2009.
  • Millar, P. (2005) Thoughts that Move Like Delhi Oxen: James K. Baxter in Asia. 11th Biennial Symposium of the Literatures and Cultures of the Asia-Pacific Region, 8 Dec 2005 - 10 Dec 2005.
  • Millar, P. (2003) The Gap and the Void in the Poetry of James K. Baxter. The 32nd Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association Conference, 10 Feb 2003 - 12 Feb 2003.
  • Millar, P. (2001) Did Allen Curnow’s Dichtung Und Wahrheit make or break A Soldier’s Tale? Loaded Canons: Discourse & Power in Aotearoa/New Zealand, 28 Nov 2001 - 1 Dec 2001.
  • Millar, P. (1999) A Silent Country Which At Last Learned to be Articulate: The Depression and the Beginnings of New Zealand Fiction. Association of New Zealand Literature Conference on Sargeson, Hyde and the Beginnings of New Zealand Fiction, 3 Sep 1999 - 5 Sep 1999.
Performances
  • Millar, P. (2011) "Many Hands Make Light Work": Phantom Billstickers Poetry Reading.
Oral Presentations
  • Millar, P., O'Brien, G. and Simpson, p. (2016) There is Only One Direction: James K. Baxter and Colin McCahon, Panel Discussion.
Journal articles
  • Smithies, J., Millar, P. and Thomson, C. (2015) Open Principles, Open Data: The Design Principles and Architecture of the UC CEISMIC Canterbury Earthquakes Digital Archive. Journal of the Japanese Association for Digital Humanities 1(JADH conference 2011-2013): 10-36.
Oral Presentations
  • Millar, P. (2014) What if a New Zealand Writer won the Nobel Prize in Literature?
  • Millar, P. (2013) UC CEISMIC Canterbury Earthquake Digital Archive.
Journal articles
  • Walsh, L., Hay, J., Bent, D., Grant, L., King, J., Millar, P., Papp, V. and Watson, K. (2013) The UC QuakeBox Project: Creation of a community-focused research archive. New Zealand English Journal 27: 20-32.
Oral Presentations
  • Millar, P. (2012) ‘Pit Sense and Politics’: The Mining Experience Behind Bill Pearson’s Novel ‘Coal Flat’.
  • Millar, P. (2012) Archiving Catastrophe - Digital Humanities & Times of Disaster.
  • Millar, P. (2012) Baxter's Ghost.
  • Millar, P. (2012) The Role of Digital Humanities in a Major Natural Disaster.
  • Millar, P. (2012) The Role of Digital Humanities in a Natural Disaster: Heritage Preservation, Documentation, Collaboration and Commemoration.
  • Millar, P. (2012) The UC CEISMIC Digital Archive and CERA.
Journal articles
  • Millar, P. (2012) Poems to statues: Robert Burns, Henry Lawson, James K. Baxter, and the matter of memorials. Journal of New Zealand Literature 30: 132-149.
Other
  • Millar, P. (2011) CEISMIC Thinking: Radio Interview, Sunday Morning Programme, Radio New Zealand National, 11 Dec 2011. Radio.
Oral Presentations
  • Millar, P. (2011) Developing the CEISMIC Earthquake Archive.
  • Millar, P. (2011) James K. Baxter, Bill Pearson and Earthquake Archiving': A Research Overview.
  • Millar, P. (2011) The CEISMIC Project.
  • Millar, P. (2011) What role can the Arts and Humanities play in researching disaster impacts and recovery? The CEISMIC Digital Archive.
Other
  • Millar, p. and Smithies, J. (2011) The UC CEISMIC Canterbury Earthquake Digital Archive. Digital Archive.
Oral Presentations
  • Millar, P. (2010) Biography and Intimacy: The Pleasures and Problems of Creative Non-Fiction.
  • Millar, P. (2010) Fostering Teamwork for Honours and Postgraduate Students.
  • Millar, P. (2010) Inaugural Dan Davin Lecture.
Other
  • Millar, P. (2010) Memories of First Seeing Horseplay.: 11-12. Auckland: Auckland Theatre Company. Print Booklet.
Oral Presentations
  • Millar, P. (2010) No Fretful Sleeper.
  • Millar, P. (2010) Uncovering a Secret Life: Writing the Biography of Bill Pearson.
  • Millar, P. (2010) Writing No Fretful Sleeper: A Life of Bill Pearson.
  • Millar, P. and Temple, P. (2010) The Lives of Others - Pearson and the Wakefields.
  • Millar, P., Smither, E., Curnow, J., Wendt, A. and Simpson, P. (2010) Wearing half his heart on his sleeve...
  • Millar, P., Steel, R. and Whaitiri, R. (2010) An Enigmatic Presence - A Tribute to J.C. Sturm 1927-2009.
Other
  • Millar, P. (2009) Alistair Te Ariki Campbell: Leading New Zealand poet and writer influenced by his South Pacific heritage. The Guardian Mon 24 Aug 2009 Obituary.
Journal articles
  • Millar, P. (2009) Interviewing Hone Tuwhare at Kaka Point, 3 December 2007. Ka Mate Ka Ora: A New Zealand Journal of Poetry and Poetics 7: 42-53.
Other
  • Millar, P. (2007) Walking with Rush. Landfall 214(Nov. 2007): 100-110. Short story.
Journal articles
  • Millar, P. (2007) James K. Baxter's Indian Poems. Ka Mate Ka Ora: A New Zealand Journal of Poetry and Poetics 3
Reports
  • Millar, P., Larsen, D. and Rout, M. (2007) Montana New Zealand Book Awards: 2007 Judges Report.
Oral Presentations
  • Millar, P. (2004) New Zealand Literature, The Crisis and the Challenge.
  • Millar, P. (2004) Where is the East? The Chinese in New Zealand Literature.
  • Millar, P. (2003) New Zealand Literature's Unpatriotic Celestials.
Journal articles
  • Millar, P. (2003) Hemi te Tutua/ Jim the Nobody: the "gap" and the "void" in the poetry of James K. Baxter. Stimulus: the New Zealand Journal of Christian Thought and Practice 11(1): 5-8.
  • Millar, P. (2003) William Harrison Pearson. Journal of New Zealand Literature 20 (2002)(April 2003): 162-165.
Oral Presentations
  • Millar, P. (2002) The New Zealand Electronic Text Centre: Literature, History and the Internet.
Other
  • Millar, P. and Sharp, I. (2001) A note on James K. Baxter's late poem 'A Pair of Sandals'. Best New Zealand Poems 2001
  • Millar, P. and Styron, E. (2001) The New Zealand Electronic Text Centre. Digital Archive.
Oral Presentations
  • Millar, P. (2000) Myth, Modernism and Maori in the Poetry of James K. Baxter.
Journal articles
  • Millar, P. (2000) He Who Would Be a Poet': James K. Baxter's Early Poetry Manuscript Books. Kotare: New Zealand Notes and Queries 2(2): 28-43.
Other
  • Millar, P. (1999) Burning on: An Interview with Albert Wendt. New Zealand Books 9 (3)(Aug. 1999) Wellington: Peppercorn Press.
Journal articles
  • Millar, P. (1998) Waltzing My Culture: The Sense of a Transportable Cultural Identity in the Fiction of Katherine Mansfield and Henry Handel Richardson. REAL: Yearbook of Research in English and American Literature 14: 'Literature and the Nation'(Fall, 1998): 145-160.
  • Millar, P. (1997) The Tension of Belief: Some Remarks on the Criticism of James K. Baxter’s Poetry. Span: Journal of the South Pacific Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies 45(Oct. 1997): 103-108.
Theses / Dissertations
  • Millar, P. (1996) Spark to a Waiting Fuse: James K. Baxter’s Correspondence with Noel Ginn, 1942-46.
Journal articles
  • Millar, P. (1995) An Australasian Forum?: The Hazard Poets Series. Landfall: A New Zealand Quarterly 3.2(190, Winter 1995)
  • Millar, P. (1994) My Poems Will Speak to You Better Than I Do: James K. Baxter’s Letters on Poetry to Noel Ginn. Stout Centre Review 4.2(June 1994): 10-17.
Additional Publications
  • Millar, P. and Morrison, B. (1998) The Road to Jerusalem. [Cinema Release, DVD].