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Writers Festival: Where the duck goes, he goes
Writers Festival: Where the duck goes, he goes

David Larsen discovers the intriguing backstory behind cartoonist Michael Leunig’s whimsical birds

Legends of literature in line-up
Legends of literature in line-up

Linda Herrick surveys the wealth of names coming to Auckland’s Writers Festival in May.

Twelve Questions: Sam Neill
Twelve Questions: Sam Neill

Did you always think the name Nigel was a bit of a liability?

Twelve Questions: Albert Wendt
Twelve Questions: Albert Wendt

I feel privileged and honoured. The recurring fear is: Have I wasted my life writing?

Auckland Writers & Readers Festival

Writers saluted on festival's final day
Writers saluted on festival's final day

The final day of the Auckland Writers and Readers Festival was bookended by standing ovations for two…

Writers Festival: Unexpected paths

The big issue with writers' festivals is that you can't be at three or four events at once. So the rich array of offerings…

My happy place: Graham Beattie, blogger

I am fortunate enough to spend more time in my happy place than anywhere else. My happy place is my office/library. It's…

Listen to the silence

New Zealand’s Poet Laureate, Ian Wedde, has written two of my all-time favourite poetry collections: The Commonplace Odes…

Writers Festival: Giant books bring the past to life
Writers Festival: Giant books bring the past to life

Rutherfurd, whose new tome is called Paris , had an extra hour added to yesterday's Writers & Readers…

Writers Festival: Revealed - a name of shame

The city of Auckland was named after "a dud ex-colonial mediocrity who stuffed up on a quite spectacular scale", says British…

Young writers get advice from the best

Budding writers will hear some sound advice from the professionals this week. The Auckland Writers & Readers Festival begins…

Writers Festival: Food for thought

Graham Reid talks to Australian writer Wayne Macauley about food porn and creativity.

Writers Festival: A sanctuary of magic

Carlos Ruiz Zafon tells Stephen Jewell why he likes visiting bookstores and supermarkets.

Writers Festival: For whom the bell tolls
Writers Festival: For whom the bell tolls

She’s best-known for her detective novels but British author Kate Atkinson’s latest work is a change…

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Books

Gold and grime
Gold and grime

How to categorise Frog Music (Macmillan), the new novel by award-winning Irish-Canadian writer Emma Donoghue? Is it literary…

Book review: The Bright Side of My Condition
Book review: Northanger Abbey
Book review: Incredible Luck by Don Brash
Brash's Brethren meetings - no regrets
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Arts & Literature

T.J. McNamara: The unblinking gaze
T.J. McNamara: The unblinking gaze

This is a week of collections at the galleries. Some of the most challenging work is at the Gus Fisher Gallery, which has…

Shadows and light
Throwing down the gauntlet
Join the Kangaroo Crew
Down to the knitty gritty
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