Three of the four founders of Sport – from left, Damien Wilkins, Elizabeth Knox and Fergus Barrowman – examine the 2010 issue of the journal. After Landfall, Sport (established in 1988) was the longest-running literary periodical in New Zealand. Wilkins and Knox were prominent New Zealand writers, while Barrowman was the publisher at Victoria University Press.
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Reference: 05 December 2013
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