About

Jeffrey Paparoa Holman is a writer of poetry and non-fiction.
His latest book, The Lost Pilot is a memoir about his relationship with his naval veteran father and a kamikaze attack on his aircraft carrier, HMS Illustrious in April 1945.

http://www.landfallreview.com/2014/02/on-kamikaze-trail.html

His main email is:
Jeffrey.holman@canterbury.ac.nz

Hideaki Nishida with The Lost Pilot.

Hideaki Nishida with The Lost Pilot.

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5 Responses to About

  1. Corinne Hinton says:

    Hi,
    I have just read 2011: the several joys of an earthquake in the NZ Listener. Can I add it to our library blog Kingzone?
    Kind regards,
    Corinne
    Librarian
    King’s College

    • paparoa says:

      Hi Corinne
      Yes, you certainly can. I am writing a series of poems now, derived from the experience of being in Christchurch on February 22nd.
      I am happy for you to use this one and I have one or two others, if you wish. My email is there…

      cheers
      Jeffrey.

  2. ataylor says:

    Hello. I am writing from New York Review Books. I have a question about an image I believe you used in your book THE LOST PILOT. I would be most grateful if you email me: ataylor@nybooks.com
    Thank you

  3. Dear Mr. Holman,
    I am emailing you from the UK. I am a research student at the University of Hertfordshire. The book, The Pitcher and the Well has been a very valuable source for my research and it has led me to your article Star-farer’ – A Kiwi Airman Foresees his Death. However, I cannot find an on-line source.
    Do you know where I might be able to obtain a copy please?
    Kind regards,

    Janet

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