• Mimicry Journal #2
    Mimicry Journal #2
    ISBN: 24636460
    Title: Mimicry Journal #2
    Author: HUNTER HOLLY ED


    Format: Paperback
    Price: $15.00
    $15.00
  • Mimicry Journal #2
    Mimicry Journal #2
    ISBN: 2463646012312
    Title: Mimicry Journal #2
    Author: HUNTER HOLLY ED


    Format: Paperback
    Price: $15.00
    $15.00
  • Mimicry Journal #3
    Mimicry Journal #3
    ISBN: 2463646020173
    Title: Mimicry Journal #3
    Author: DECARLO CAROLYN & NIEUWLAND JACKSON


    Format: Paperback
    Price: $15.00
    $15.00
  • Mimicry Journal #4 Autumn 2018
    Mimicry Journal #4 Autumn 2018
    ISBN: 2463646021057
    Title: Mimicry Journal #4 Autumn 2018
    Author: HUNTER HOLLY ED

    Leaving Dunedin after university, why Hollywood doesn't cast poets in films, oil paintigs of fail-video stills, an apricot plucked from a novel, a porn filmmaker memorialising her son: Mimicry is Aotearoa's most playful journal showcasing new writing, visual art, photography and music by emerging artists. This is issue four.
    Contributors include JM Francis, Emer Lyons, Chris Tse, Sigred Yamit, Aimee-Jane Anderson-O'Connor, Essa May Ranapiri, Mary Rainsford, Sophie van Waardenberg, Morgan Bach, Tim Grgec, Brent Cantwell, Chris Stewart, Kim Fulton, Louise Wallace, Ella Borrie, Ash Davida Jane, Amanda Hunt, Aaron Horrell, Rachel O'Neill, Rebecca Hawkes, Mariane Bevan, Alie Benge, Coaimhe McKeogh, Briana Jamieson, Lucy Stronach, Keith Nunes, Paul John Nelson, Sam Clague, Rufus Nightingale, St Bartholemew, Girlboss, Heavy Chest, Bad Friend, Milk and NIISA.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $15.00
    $15.00
  • Minarets Issue 10
    Minarets Issue 10
    ISBN: 1709201923819
    Title: Minarets Issue 10
    Author: BARNETT SARAH JANE ED

    Hurrah for arbitrary numerical milestones! The tenth issue of New Zealand’s
    premier marginal poetry journal is here!
    Assembled by seasoned editor Sarah Jane Barnett, this collection is an
    incisive glimpse into what our contemporary poets are capable of. Expansive
    prose poems, taught verse, experimental procedures, historical reckoning,
    borderline dangerous humour, and deadly seriousness, we promise. The
    pages are graced by both establishing and emerging writers, with words from
    these shores as well as overseas.
    Issue 10 features poetry by essa may ranapiri, Elizabeth Welsh, Erik
    Kennedy, Aimee-Jane Anderson-O’Connor, Louise Wallace, Joan
    Fleming, Travis Tate (US), jackson Nieuwland, Eliana Gray, Rachel
    O’Neill, and art by Toyah Webb.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $17.00
    $17.00
  • Mothers' Darlings of the South Pacific: the Children of Indigenous Women & Us Servicemen, World War Ii
    Mothers' Darlings of the South Pacific: the Children of Indigenous Women & Us Servicemen, World War Ii
    ISBN: 9781927322635
    Title: Mothers' Darlings of the South Pacific: the Children of Indigenous Women & Us Servicemen, World War Ii
    Author: BENNETT JUDITH A & WANHALLA ANGELA (ED)

    Like a human tsunami, World War II brought two million American servicemen to the South Pacific where they left a human legacy of some thousands of children. Mothers’ Darlings of the South Pacific traces the intimate relationships that existed in the wartime Pacific between US servicemen and Indigenous women, and considers the fate of the resulting children. The American military command carefully managed such intimate relationships, applying US immigration law based on race to prevent marriage ‘across the colour line’. For Indigenous women and their American servicemen sweethearts, legal marriage was impossible, giving rise to a generation of children known as ‘GI babies’. Among these Pacific war children, one thing common to almost all is the longing to know more about their American father. Mothers’ Darlings of the South Pacific traces these children’s stories of loss, emotion, longing and identity, and of lives lived in the shadow of global war. It considers the way these relationships developed in the major US bases of the South Pacific Command from Bora Bora in the east across to Solomon Islands in the west, and from the Gilbert Islands in the north to New Zealand. The writers interviewed many of the children of the Americans and some of the few surviving mothers, as well as others who recalled the wartime presence in their islands. Oral histories reveal what the records of colonial governments and the military largely have ignored, providing a perspective on the effects of the US occupation that until now has been disregarded by historians of the Pacific war.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $45.00
    $45.00
  • Niue 1774-1974: 200 Years of Contact & Change
    Niue 1774-1974: 200 Years of Contact & Change
    ISBN: 9781877578953
    Title: Niue 1774-1974: 200 Years of Contact & Change
    Author: POINTER MARGARET

    Tiny Niue lies alone in the south Pacific, a single island with formidable cliffs rising from the deep ocean. Far from the main shipping routes and with a daunting reputation, "Savage Island" did not naturally invite visitors. Yet Niue has a surprisingly rich history of contact, from the brief landings by James Cook in 1774 through to the 19th-century visits by whalers, traders, and missionaries, and into the 20th century when New Zealand extended its territory to include the Cook Islands and Niue. To date, this story has not been told. Using a wide range of archival material from Niue, New Zealand, Australia, and Britain, Margaret Pointer places Niue center stage in an entertaining and thoroughly readable account of this island nation through to 1974, when Niue became self-governing. As important as the written story is the visual record, and many remarkable images are published here for the first time. Together, text and images unravel a fascinating and colorful Pacific story of Nukututaha, the island that stands alone.


    Format: Trade paperback
    Price: $50.00
    $50.00
  • Of Paekakariki
    Of Paekakariki
    ISBN: 9781869421540
    Title: Of Paekakariki
    Author: BAGNALL SYLVIA ED

    Here is a collection that is Of Paekakariki. The trains, the beach, the hill, the people. Works more than a century old; poems by stellar young poets. Not all the contributors are living or have lived her, but there is some way in which they have captured the flavour of this small creative seaside community.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $29.00
    $29.00
  • Ora Nui #3 Maori Literary Journal
    Ora Nui #3 Maori Literary Journal
    ISBN: 799439049307
    Title: Ora Nui #3 Maori Literary Journal
    Author: VARIOUS

    The second edition of New Zealand’s Maori literary journal Ora Nui showcases a range of poetry, prose and short fiction from the Indigenous people of Aotearoa New Zealand and Australia. Aboriginal contributors Kerry Reed-Gilbert, Tony Birch and Alexis West will join Maori writers Anton Blank, Cath Dunsford and Kani Te Manukura to read their work and launch this special edition – a collaboration between Ora Nui and the First Nation Australia Writers Network.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $40.00
    $40.00
  • Our Own Kind 100 Nz Poems About Animals
    Our Own Kind 100 Nz Poems About Animals
    ISBN: 9781869621605
    Title: Our Own Kind 100 Nz Poems About Animals
    Author: HARVEY SIOBHAN ED

    From Baxter to Hunt, Frame to Glover, Curnow to Edmond, animals are widely found in New Zealand verse and are the subject of some of our most famous and endearing poems. In Our Own kind Siobhan Harvey brings them together in an intelligently and affectionately chosen anthology that's beautifully enhanced by outstanding animal photographs by Mark Smith. The sections of the collection are headed as follows and indeed provide something for everyone: * Bow - Wow * Miaow * A Box of Birds * Other Pets * Creepy - crawly * Moana * Zoo * Farm

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $37.00
    $37.00
  • Our Stories
    Our Stories
    ISBN: 9780994106407
    Title: Our Stories
    Author: WISHART IAN ED

    Every day, thousands of news stories are published in New Zealand, chronicling the big events and the small. Most of these stories are long forgotten by the time historians get around to compiling the ‘official’ record of our country.

    In Our Stories, author and journalist Ian Wishart brings out the most fascinating forgotten tales of our past, told through the eyes of the people who were there.

    Read about the tsunamis that washed away the homes and lives of our early European immigrants, or the earthquakes that toppled Christchurch buildings more than a century ago and lifted Wellington out of the sea.

    Read the real story about the search for gold, or the visiting circuses whose lions and leopards escaped, or the dinosaur found on a Taranaki riverbank.

    Discover the heroes and villains of our past through long forgotten news stories, and find out how life really was in pioneer New Zealand.

    These, and many more, are our stories...


    Format: Paperback
    Price: $39.00
    $39.00
  • Out to Lunch
    Out to Lunch
    ISBN: 9780473177805
    Title: Out to Lunch
    Author: DALE & FAGAN & FLEMING & KENNAWAY


    Format: Paperback
    Price: $24.00
    $24.00
  • Pacific Worlds: a History of Seas, Peoples & Cultures
    Pacific Worlds: a History of Seas, Peoples & Cultures
    ISBN: 9780521715669
    Title: Pacific Worlds: a History of Seas, Peoples & Cultures
    Author: MATSUDA MATT K

    Asia, the Pacific Islands and the coasts of the Americas have long been studied separately. This essential single-volume history of the Pacific traces the global interactions and remarkable peoples that have connected these regions with each other and with Europe and the Indian Ocean, for millennia. From ancient canoe navigators, monumental civilisations, pirates and seaborne empires, to the rise of nuclear testing and global warming, Matt Matsuda ranges across the frontiers of colonial history, anthropology and Pacific Rim economics and politics, piecing together a history of the region. The book identifies and draws together the defining threads and extraordinary personal narratives which have contributed to this history, showing how localised contacts and contests have often blossomed into global struggles over colonialism, tourism and the rise of Asian economies. Drawing on Asian, Oceanian, European, American, ancient and modern narratives, the author assembles a fascinating Pacific region from a truly global perspective.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $66.00
    $66.00
  • Palemia: Prime Minister Tuila'epa Sa'ilele Malielegaoi of Samoa - A Memoir
    Palemia: Prime Minister Tuila'epa Sa'ilele Malielegaoi of Samoa - A Memoir
    ISBN: 9781776561155
    Title: Palemia: Prime Minister Tuila'epa Sa'ilele Malielegaoi of Samoa - A Memoir
    Author: SWAIN PETER

    Palemia tells the story of how a boy from an isolated village grew up to become Prime Minister of Samoa. It follows his journey from Lepa to Apia, Wellington, Brussels, Singapore, Beijing, Tokyo, London, New York and many other international destinations, always returning to Lepa and the Fa‘asamoa that shaped him.

    Tuila'epa Sa'ilele Malielegaoi is Samoa’s longest-serving Prime Minister. His premiership has been marked by political and economic crises, natural disasters, regional tensions and local challenges. Tuila'epa’s political career started during turbulent times but has resulted in an unprecedented period of political stability and economic development through his leadership in modernising the economy, improving education and health and reducing poverty in Samoa.

    Palemia captures the voice, documents the life, and places in context a record of the most significant Samoan political leader of this generation, and contains many useful insights into the social, cultural and economic development of Samoa and the wider Pacific region.

    Format: Hardback
    Price: $50.00
    $50.00
  • Penguin Book of NZ War Writing
    Penguin Book of NZ War Writing
    ISBN: 9780143573098
    Title: Penguin Book of NZ War Writing
    Author: RICKETTS HARRY & MCLEAN GAVIN (EDS)


    Warfare, both at home and abroad, has shaped the way New Zealand defines itself: through camaraderie and courage, patriotism and politics, identity and nationhood. Soldiers writing from the front, journalists on the ground, biographers examining the lives of key figures, poets, novelists and playwrights reflecting on the experience of combat - these have all helped to form the way we think about war and so the way we think about ourselves.


    The Penguin Book of New Zealand War Writing presents a rich interplay of writing about our country's many military engagements. It features creative responses to conflict, such as a waiata written about an inter-tribal skirmish, short stories on the World Wars, extracts from plays and novels set in such campaigns as Chunuk Bair and Vietnam, and works by various poets, including James K. Baxter, Eileen Duggan, Denis Glover, Allen Curnow and Robert Sullivan. There are vivid accounts by journalists reporting home as well as by soldiers recalling their experiences in the trenches, the desert or in the air. Rounding out this fascinating collection are thoughtful retrospective commentaries on the impact of wars from precolonial times up to Afghanistan.



    Format: Hardback
    Price: $65.00
    $65.00
  • Percutio 2015
    Percutio 2015
    ISBN: 9781877441530
    Title: Percutio 2015
    Author: DIREEN WILLIAM ED


    Price: $20.00
    $20.00
  • Poetry Nz Vol 44
    Poetry Nz Vol 44
    ISBN: 9780203201206
    Title: Poetry Nz Vol 44
    Author: POETRY NZ


    Format: Paperback
    Price: $20.00
    $20.00
  • Poetry Nz Vol 46
    Poetry Nz Vol 46
    ISBN: 9780803201323
    Title: Poetry Nz Vol 46
    Author: POETRY NZ


    Format: Paperback
    Price: $20.00
    $20.00
  • Poetry NZ Yearbook 2017
    Poetry NZ Yearbook 2017
    ISBN: 9780994136350
    Title: Poetry NZ Yearbook 2017
    Author: ROSS JACK ED

    Continually in print since 1951, when it was established by leading poet Louis Johnson, this annual collection of new poetry, reviews and poetics discussion is the ideal way to catch up with the latest poetry from established and emerging New Zealand poets.

    Issue #51 features 128 new poems, including by featured poet Elizabeth Morton, Riemke Ensing, Mohamed Hassan, Anna Jackson, Michele Leggott, Kiri Piahana-Wong and Elizabeth Smither, as well as essays by Janet Charman, Lisa Samuels and Bryan Walpert, and reviews of 33 new poetry collections.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $35.00
    $35.00
  • Practical Photojournalism: a Professional Guide
    Practical Photojournalism: a Professional Guide
    ISBN: 9781781451175
    Title: Practical Photojournalism: a Professional Guide
    Author: KEENE MARTIN

    Written by an expert in the field, Practical Photojournalism covers the basics of photography from an understanding of the effects of light, aperture, shutter speed, ISO and focusing, to an appreciation of composition, perspective and dynamic range. There's in-depth advice on choosing and using cameras, lenses, flashguns, tripods, filters and other equipment, including the role of modern smartphones in today's "citizen journalism." The core skills of the working photographer are detailed, with reference to areas of speciality in news, fashion, royalty, advertising, sport and war photography, and social history issues. Allied essential skills such as caption-writing, keywording and archiving images are also covered. This comprehensive book includes invaluable information on the latest developments in picture transmission, the role of the picture desk in the modern newspaper or news agency, the legal aspects of photojournalism and the rights and moral responsibility of the photographer. Digital photography has broadly replaced film-based photography in the world of photojournalism, and the author gives an authoritative guide to the medium, along with practical instruction on postproduction techniques, such as retouching, in addition to advice on cropping, sizing and manipulating images. Finally, a guide to established career paths into photojournalism offers useful sources for further investigation.


    Format: Hardback
    Price: $60.00
    $60.00
  • Rangitawa Collection 2015
    Rangitawa Collection 2015
    ISBN: 9780994126818
    Title: Rangitawa Collection 2015
    Author: DARRAGH JILL


    Format: Paperback
    Price: $29.00
    $29.00
  • Rangitawa Collection 2016
    Rangitawa Collection 2016
    ISBN: 9780994138200
    Title: Rangitawa Collection 2016
    Author: DARRAGH JILL (EDITOR)

    A collection of the best entries in the Rangitawa Publishing Short Story Competition 2016. Thirty five stories that introduce the reader to some of New Zealand’s newest authors and their characters. We meet children in good and bad circumstance, soldiers and stepmothers, a storyteller on the streets of Delhi and a Maori warrior. A mixture of narratives to please every discerning reader.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $35.00
    $35.00
  • Samoa Pacific Pride: An Introduction to the Islands of Samoa
    Samoa Pacific Pride: An Introduction to the Islands of Samoa
    ISBN: 9780908597192
    Title: Samoa Pacific Pride: An Introduction to the Islands of Samoa
    Author: LAY GRAEME & TAMUA EVOTIA

    Through text and picture Samoa: Pacific Pride explores the origin of the land and its people, the fauna & flora, climate, agriculture and food. It examines the effects of natural disasters such as cyclones & pests and highlights conservation needs. Village life is explained in detail - the protocols, spirituality and religious beliefs of the people, together with their traditional ceremonies and arts - such as the kava and tattoo - and how they enjoy themselves through recreation and sport. It recounts historical events from mythological time to European contact, the internal conflicts and a fight for freedom which sets the background to the emergence of two political states - independent Samoa and American Samoa. Issues of statehood covered include politics, the economy, health, education, industry, communications and tourism.

    Format: Trade paperback
    Price: $40.00
    $40.00
  • Some Other Country: NZ's Best Short Stories New Ed
    Some Other Country: NZ's Best Short Stories New Ed
    ISBN: 9780864735881
    Title: Some Other Country: NZ's Best Short Stories New Ed
    Author: MANHIRE BILL & MCLEOD MARION ED

    First published in 1984, SOME OTHER COUNTRY quickly became established as New Zealand's essential single-volume anthology of short stories, and has since been enjoyed by many thousands of visitors, students and readers of all kinds. Now this fourth edition adds four new writers, bringing the collection completely up to date with the diverse energies of New Zealand life and writing. The country to be found in these pages is not the place depicted in glossy picture books or economic profiles. But it is a real place, composed of that blend of accuracy and vision which only the imagination, committed to language and experience, can supply. It is the New Zealand of Janet Frame and Katherine Mansfield, of Frank Sargeson and Maurice Gee, of Witi Ihimaera and Patricia Grace. SOME OTHER COUNTRY is a collection of stories from the body of New Zealand writing that began with the work of the young expatriate writer, Katherine Mansfield. It includes well-known stories by major writers including Vincent O'Sullivan, Joy Cowley, C. K. Stead, Owen Marshall and Keri Hulme, alongside stories by writers who have come into prominence in the last 20 years, such as Barbara Anderson, Fiona Farrell, Emily Perkins, Damien Wilkins and Alice Tawhai. SOME OTHER COUNTRY represents the editors' choice of simply 'the best we could find'.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $35.00
    $35.00
  • Some Things to Place in a Coffin
    Some Things to Place in a Coffin
    ISBN: 9781776561056
    Title: Some Things to Place in a Coffin
    Author: MANHIRE BILL

    Bill Manhire’s first new collection of poems for seven years takes its title from his elegy for his close friend the painter Ralph Hotere, who died in 2013. At its heart is the sequence ‘Known Unto God’, commissioned for the centenary of the Battle of the Somme in 2016. These are poems of memory and mortality, which are also full of jokes and good tunes.

    Some Things to Place in a Coffin is published simultaneously with Tell Me My Name, Bill Manhire’s new poetry + photographs + CD collaboration with composer Norman Meehan, singer Hannah Griffin and photographer Peter Peryer.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $25.00
    $25.00
  • Southern Jimmy
    Southern Jimmy
    ISBN: 9780473465100
    Title: Southern Jimmy
    Author: KELLY ROBERT

    From the cells of the Old Bailey to the shores of Port Jackson, and the Foveaux Strait of New Zealand, a young Irish youth overcomes the odds to settle eventually in Southland, New Zealand. This story is based on the lives of Invercargill's first settler family.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $30.00
    $30.00
  • Sport 39 New Zealand Writing 2011
    Sport 39 New Zealand Writing 2011
    ISBN: 852741963850
    Title: Sport 39 New Zealand Writing 2011
    Author: BARROWMAN FERGUS [ED]


    Format: Paperback
    Price: $30.00
    $30.00
  • Sport 40
    Sport 40
    ISBN: 97820150428
    Title: Sport 40
    Author: BARROWMAN FERGUS [ED]


    Format: Paperback
    Price: $40.00
    $40.00
  • Sport 41
    Sport 41
    ISBN: 9770113789413
    Title: Sport 41
    Author: BARROWMAN FERGUS

    From Pip Adam to Ashleigh Young, two-thirds fiction by page count and three-quarters poetry by writer, and with the focus firmly on emerging talent, Sport 41 is a superb overview of current New Zealand writing.

    http://www.sportmagazine.co.nz

    Contributors: Patrick Evans, Pip Adam, Jo Aitchison, Philip Armstrong, Emma Barnes, David Beach, Tony Beyer, Miro Bilbrough, Hera Lindsay Bird, Peter Bland, Gemma Bowker-Wright, James Brown, Zarah Butcher-McGunnigle, Samantha Byres, Rajorshi Chakraborti, Medb Charleton, Geoff Cochrane, Megan Doyle Corcoran, Lynn Davidson, Breton Dukes, Lynley Edmeades, Patrick Elliott, Paul Ewen, Joan Fleming, Bernadette Hall, Jessica Hansell, Helen Heath, Anna Jackson, Gregory Kan, Dave Kent, Brent Kininmont, Aleksandra Lane, Stefanie Lash, Anna Livesey, Frankie McMillan, Maria McMillan, Gerald Melling, Hannah Mettner, Jo Morris, Frances Mountier, Emma Neale, Bob Orr, Vincent O’Sullivan, Melissa Day Reid, Harry Ricketts, Kerrin P. Sharpe, Charlotte Simmonds, Marty Smith, Elizabeth Smither, Adam Stewart, Rosabel Tan, Tim Upperton, Catherine Vidler, Tom Weston, Sugar Magnolia Wilson, Lydia Wisheart, Ashleigh Young.

    Cover: Kerry Ann Lee, Big City Rising (????)
    (courtesy the artist and Bartley + Company Art Ltd)

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $30.00
    $30.00
  • Sport 42
    Sport 42
    ISBN: 9785552255221
    Title: Sport 42
    Author: BARROWMAN FERGUS ED


    Format: Paperback
    Price: $30.00
    $30.00
  • Sport 43
    Sport 43
    ISBN: 9770113789000
    Title: Sport 43
    Author: BARROWMAN FERGUS ED

    Packed with new essays, poetry and fiction from leading and new New Zealand writers, Sport 43 is a superb overview of current New Zealand writing

    Edited by Fergus Barrowman
    with Kirsten McDougall and Ashleigh Young
    and published by Fergus Barrowman

    Essays

    Jane Blaikie

    Ingrid Horrocks

    Kirsten McDougall

    Maria McMillan

    John Summers

    Giovanni Tiso

    Damien Wilkins



    Fiction

    David Coventry

    Melissa Day Reid

    Tracey Slaughter

    Anna Taylor

    Ashleigh Young



    Poetry

    Johanna Aitchison

    Jane Arthur

    Nick Ascroft

    Morgan Bach

    Sarah Jane Barnett

    James Brown

    Rachel Bush

    Max L. Chapnick

    Johanna Emeney

    Rata Gordon

    Bernadette Hall

    Helen Heath

    Anna Jackson

    Erik Kennedy

    Brent Kininmont

    Anna Livesey

    John McAuliffe

    Hannah Mettner

    Claire Orchard

    Vincent O’Sullivan

    Holly Painter

    Chris Price

    James Purtill

    Kerrin P. Sharpe

    Marty Smith

    Chris Tse

    Ruth Upperton

    Tim Upperton

    Rae Varcoe

    Gem Wilder

    Faith Wilson

    Sugar Magnolia Wilson

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $30.00
    $30.00
  • Sport 44
    Sport 44
    ISBN: 0243290220165
    Title: Sport 44
    Author: BARROWMAN FERGUS ED


    Format: Paperback
    Price: $30.00
    $30.00
  • Sport 44
    Sport 44
    ISBN: 1243290220165
    Title: Sport 44
    Author: BARROWMAN FERGUS ED


    Format: Paperback
    Price: $30.00
    $30.00
  • Sport 45
    Sport 45
    ISBN: 9781776561995
    Title: Sport 45
    Author: BARROWMAN FERGUS ED


    Format: Paperback
    Price: $30.00
    $30.00
  • Sport 46
    Sport 46
    ISBN: 9781776562343
    Title: Sport 46
    Author: BARROWMAN FERGUS & MCDOUGALL KIRSTEN & YOUNG (EDS)

    Bill Manhire interviewed by Anna Smaill, plus six poems.

    Comic 'My Ten Guitars' by Barry Linton, with a note by Tim Bollinger.

    Essays by Pip Adam, Geoff Cochrane, Lynn Davidson, Lynn Jenner, Rose Lu, Dean Parker, Giovanni Tiso

    Fictoin by Antonia Bale, Airini Beautrais, Zoe Higgins, Anthony Lapwood, Eamonn Marra, Hannah Mettner, Clare Moleta, Rachel O'Neill. Ursula Robinson-Shaw, Maria Sameula, Michelle Taylor

    Poetry by Jane Arthur, Morgan bach, Sarah Jane Barnett, Nikki-Lee Birdsey, Jenny Bornholdt, Zarah Butcher-McGunnigle, Ruth Corkill, Uther Dean, Lynley Edmeades, Rata Gordon, Rebecca Hawkes, Andrew johnston, Erik Kennedy, Brent Kininmont, Eleaner Rose King Merton, Emma Neale, Gregory O'Brien, Claire Orchard, Justin Paton, essa may ranapiri, Freya Daly Sadgrove, Frances Samuel, Kerrin P. Sharpe, Steven Toussaint, Oscar Upperton, Louise Wallace, Sugar Magnolia Wilson, Ashleigh Young

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $30.00
    $30.00
  • Star Sailors
    Star Sailors
    ISBN: 9781776561018
    Title: Star Sailors
    Author: MCNAUGHTON JAMES

    In the not too distant future, the effects of climate change devastate the world and New Zealand becomes a haven for elites. When a young couple from the wrong side of the tracks gain entry into Wellington’s most exclusive gated community, it appears their troubles are over. But they find themselves divided over the identity of Sam Starsailor, an alien prophet who has washed up on a beach near New Hokitika and is said to bring warnings from another planet. The couple’s housewarming party becomes an all-night carnival, and revolution gathers beyond the gate.

    Cover by Rodney Smith.

    James McNaughton grew up in Wellington and attended Victoria University, where he received an MA in Creative Writing. Two collections of poetry followed. He has lived in Australia, Israel, Japan, South Korea, the Maldives, India, and one other country, working mainly in education. He lives in Wellington with his wife and young son. His first novel was New Hokkaido (VUP, 2014).

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $35.00
    $35.00
  • Stories on the Four Winds
    Stories on the Four Winds
    ISBN: 9781775503064
    Title: Stories on the Four Winds
    Author: BARGH ROBYN & BARGH BRIAN EDS

    This collection brings together twenty short stories from eighteen of New Zealand’s accomplished Maori and Pacific writers. They explore the dark and dangerous milieu of our comfortable existence. There is humour, tenderness, surprise, anger, sorrow and abject desperation in these stories from the four winds. Authors include Patricia Grace, Albert Wendt, Alice Tawhai, Paula Morris, James George, Renée and several new storytellers you will want to read more of. The authors are Patricia Grace, Albert Wendt, Alice Tawhai, Briar Grace-Smith, Paula Morris, Tina Makereti, James George, Renée, Jacqui McRae, Eru Hart, Helen Waaka, Toni Pivac, K-t Harrison, Anya Ngawhare, Ann
    French, Piripi Evans, Mark Sweet and Terence Rissetto.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $35.00
    $35.00
  • Sweet as Contemporary Short Stories by Nzers
    Sweet as Contemporary Short Stories by Nzers
    ISBN: 9780473297848
    Title: Sweet as Contemporary Short Stories by Nzers
    Author: POLLY B ED

    'Sweet As' is a collection of 29 contemporary short stories by New Zealand writers, many of whom are well known. These short stories speak to us of the diverse world we live in. They take us on a journey, or offer a glimpse into another’s life. Some show the struggles, tough questions and challenging situations people face. Some stories are sweet or humorous, while others are quirky or just plain entertaining. They provide us with a snapshot of life in New Zealand and how New Zealanders experience life overseas.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $25.00
    $25.00
  • Sweet Mammalian Issue 4
    Sweet Mammalian Issue 4
    ISBN: 2382146931010
    Title: Sweet Mammalian Issue 4
    Author: VARIOUS

    We are all sweet mammalians.

    This publication comes out of a wish to see more good, new writing out in the world. Our aim is to provide a fresh space for poetry that comes out of the complex, the absurd, the warm-blooded. Our aim is to provide a space for all kinds of writing.

    Edited by Hannah Mettner, Magnolia Wilson and Morgan Bach.
    ISSUE FOUR CONTENTS

    Nina Powles
    Tayi Tibble
    Freya Daly Sadgrove
    Elizabeth Welsh
    Manon Revuelta
    Rata Gordon
    Miriam Barr
    David Beach
    Boona Daroom
    Geronimo LaHood
    Kerrin P. Sharpe
    Clare Jones
    Kate Camp
    Jordie Albiston
    Brent Cantwell
    Anna Jackson
    Louise Wallace
    Chris Stewart

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $20.00
    $20.00
  • Takahe #78
    Takahe #78
    ISBN: 9781204201325
    Title: Takahe #78
    Author: TAKAHE


    Format: Magazine
    Price: $17.00
    $17.00
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