For the first time, our 49-year-old book awards will get an international judge.
As Booker Prize winner Marlon James walked onto the Aotea Centre stage, resplendent in a purple, Prince-esque bandana, we…
It goes to show, as Hare says, the audience - the way it reacts and responds and its current concerns - shapes theatre.
At 82, Gloria Steinem - the woman who spearheaded the women's liberation movement in the United States and beyond - was…
The Auckland Writers Festival, under way at civic centre venues this week, is a testament to the continued value of the…
Decades of hard work for Stephen Daisley, a former shearer, farmer and soldier turned author, have paid off.
It might more commonly be called the City of Sails, but to sociologist and historian Scott Hamilton Auckland is "a city…
Sitting in their English teacher's office, seven McAuley High School girls are discussing their favourite books.
Susie Orbach is a psychotherapist.
One New Zealand fiction writer will wake up $50,000 better off on Wednesday thanks to a new literary prize.
Sixteen years after the release of his debut album, Savage Thoughts, it continues to lead to new and intriguing opportunities…
Greg Hall's novel tells of the darkest day in New Zealand military history.
Boys is loud and angry, which is all to the good.
The author of cult-classic novel Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance died today.
Holy Trinity Cathedral's Anzacs Commemoration Concert was a moving and timely reminder.
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