Soft Cover, English, Glue Binding, 128 Pages, 2010,
Hue & Cry Journal
Hue & Cry is a 170mm by 240mm literary slash art journal based in New Zealand.
Includes: Prose and poetry by Edwin + Matilda author Laurence Fearnley, Harry Ricketts, 2009 Katherine Mansfield Award winner Alice Miller, 2009 Landfall Essay Competition winner Ashleigh Young, and international award winner Eleanor Catton (2009’s “golden girl of fiction” – The Daily Mail). Work by acclaimed documentary photographer John Lake, a collaborative project between Laura Preston and Fiona Connor, and new work by James Oram, Paul Cullen, and Daniel du Bern.
'Hue & Cry’s new issue, Champion This!, is a delight and a pleasure to behold, skim, put down, and finally soak up from cover to cover.'
‘It's an eclectic collection of work by poets, fiction writers, artists and photographers. Several are established writers ... As its minimalist design and sans-serif type suggest, Hue & Cry is more experimental than most other literary journals.’
–Otago Daily Times
‘Breakout star Eleanor Catton and Pip Adam provide perfectly formed short fiction.’