Kōtare quite deliberately draws on the example of Notes and Queries, the English periodical which, for well over a century, has printed brief articles and notes on language and literature, on history and society, together with readers' queries, and reviews of works on related topics. Similarly, Kōtare will include short factual notes, reports and comments on archival and manuscript material, hitherto unavailable or rediscovered texts, bibliographical and lexicographical observations, and reviews of relevant publications.
Kōtare is an internationally-recognised peer-reviewed journal. ISSN-1174-6955.
Kōtare has moved to Open Journal Systems administered by the Victoria University of Wellington Library. The entire back catalogue has been migrated and future issues will be published on this platform. You can view Kōtare's new home here.
- About Kōtare
- Kōtare 1998, Volume One, Number One
- Kōtare 1999, Volume Two, Number One
- Kōtare 1999, Volume Two, Number Two
- Kōtare 2000, Volume Three, Number One
- Kōtare 2000, Volume Three, Number Two
- Kōtare 2001, Volume Four, Number One
- Kōtare 2001, Volume Four, Number Two
- Kōtare 2004, Volume Five, Number One
- Kōtare 2006, Volume Six
- Kōtare 2007, Special Issue — Essays in New Zealand Literary Biography Series One: ‘Women Prose Writers to World War I’
- Kōtare 2008, Special Issue — Essays in New Zealand Literary Biography Series Two: ‘Early Male Prose Writers’
- Kōtare 2008, Special Issue — Essays in New Zealand Literary Biography Series Three: ‘The Early Poets’
- Baling the Golden Fleece: Baxter's Jason
- Was Ian Milner a Spy? A Review of the Evidence
- Snapshot of a Life Reassessed: Edith Searle Grossmann
- ‘Only for yr. eyes’: The Publication of Ursula Bethell’s ‘Six Memorials’
- Cinematic Technique in Maurice Gee’s Hostel Girl
- Bethell’s “Leaves of Gold”: an unpublished poem.
- Rediscovered: Two Short Stories by Edith Searle Grossmann