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New Shetlander, The, 228

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    • 2004 (Vervaardig)

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    Gunnie Moberg, 'Erratic at Muckle Roe' (photograph), cover
    Editorial (Laureen Johnson), 'Tolerant and welcoming', p.3
    Mary Blance, 'F. S. Walterson's Stations of the cross' (Shetland artist's paintings, commissioned by St Mary's church at Stonehaven; 'Frank Walterson's graduation photo'; with photographs of paintings, p.4
    Nat Hall, Poems: 'Dis midder tongue'; 'The apple press'; 'La presse a pommes' (with photograph), p.9
    Margaret Hunter, and Rhoda Hughson, Museum corner: 'Spin a Yarn' (knitting and lace display at Unst Heritage Centre), p.11
    Aald Daa (Robert Johnson), 'Whit's in a nem' (poem), p.13
    Hakki, 'Euthanasia' (a short story), p.14
    Kate Garnier, (P5 Hamnavoe), 'Excitement' (poem), p.15
    Leighton Black (P5 Hamnavoe), 'Sleepiness (poem), p.15
    Jim Moncrieff, Poetry: 'Broken sleep'; 'The sound of hammers', p.16
    John H. Spence, 'School at sea: the "Dunera" and Shetland' (former troopship refitted to provide educational cruising for senior secondary pupils; biographical note; photographs: 'John Spence on the "Good Shepherd II" en route to Fair Isle [1950s]' [Jack Peterson, Shetland Museum photo archive: P00474], 'The H.M.S. 'Dunera' in Lerwick') [Ian Hughson, Shetland Museum photo archive: HU18244], 'Students arrive in Lerwick from the "Dunera", 24 September 1962 [1961]' [Shetland Museum photo archive: HU02004]), p.17
    Anonymous, 'Shetland against deportation'
    Poems: 'Wan wirld at Bluemull Soond' (Christine de Luca); 'The case for liberation (a slight return)' (Jim Mainland); 'Lament for Bandruani' (John Haswell); 'Perspective' (Jim Mainland), p.22
    Anonymous, '"Drops in time's ocean" - a sequence of poems by Christine de Luca', p.24
    Christine de Luca, Two poems from "Drops in time's ocean": 'Da last o da crofter-fishermen'; 'Da ship's carpenter: a letter hame fae da SS Great Britain', p.24
    Anna Henry, Da wadder eye- a quarterly commentary', p.26
    Kari Williamson, 'Da waashin o da doon-twilt' (poem), p.28
    Jim Mainland, 'The first child murder of the new regime', (poem), p.28
    Shetland Adult Literacy Writing Group, Two poems: 'Beach in a box' (9 April 2004); 'Colours' (12 March 2004), p.29
    Laureen Johnson, 'Saands o Maywick' (dialect story, based on an incident circa 1880), p.30
    Fiona Lindsay, 'Anzac Day' (poem), p.31
    Jim Blair, 'Time to go' (biographical - Egypt in World War 2), p.32
    J. Peterson, 'Torpedo wake 1944' (poem), p.33
    Lynne Wycherly, 'Simmerdim' (poem), p.33
    Betty Riddell, 'Mindin da herrin fishin' (poem with photographs by [J.D. Rattar], p.34
    Michael Hance, 'Dialect: a way forward', p.35
    Andrew Williamson, 'Tale of a self-service jail' (salvers of a wreck on Lunnaness shore, late in 1812, imprisoned in Tolbooth or "Mansie's Skeo"), p.37
    John Graham, 'Introduction to Thomas Barclay's glossary of Shetland words', p.38
    Thomas Barclay, 'Glossary of Shetland words' (with photograph), p.38
    L.J. (Laureen Johnson), Review of 'A Stitch in Time' (Christine Brown, Unst Heritage Trust), p.43
    J.M. (Jim Mainland), Review of 'Disguise' (Alex Cluness), p.43
    Alex Cluness, Two poems: 'We all have concrete around ...'; 'You maybe sense ...', p.44


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