This is intended to be a growing collection of Reckons. What have we missed? Tell us in comments or tweets or t-shirt slogans or whatever.
Now, the entire rest of the internet, in no particular order at all:
Morgan Godfery wrote a “what the hell happened” sort of post with some sharp insights, the left represents no-one while claiming to represent everyone
Former Green MP Nandor Tanczos has an excellent post about grief, change, and next steps.
Pablo at Kiwipolitico wrote a short post right after the election: Left in tatters. He got right down to business, too: “Given that fact, the process of re-definition has to start there: basic definition of economic stability.”
Lew at Kiwipolitico has a pair of posts: Reality-adjacent, about (among other things) National’s powerful use of data to know what New Zealanders actually did care about, and Big Vehicle, about how the election marks a shift away from Small Vehicle politics to Big Vehicle politics.
More to be added as we track ’em down…
ADDED 27 SEPT:
The Non-Plastic Māori writes an epic, very thoughtful post tying together the current moment with family connectedness, births and deaths, Scotland independence, the situation of the disadvantaged, non-voters, apathy, and loads of other stuff: Tirohia whakaroto
Carrie Stoddart-Smith discusses the costs of Labour stepping into the centre: Centre Woes, and also had a good election wrap-up with a focus on Māori politicians/parties/seats
The International Socialist Organisation of Aotearoa/New Zealand has a widely-shared post: Lessons to learn from bitter defeat
Let me know if you have more….