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A change to our understanding of NZ's cultural and literary landscape is necessary
Is it a good idea for J-Lo and Ben to have another crack? Is it a good idea for anyone?
In a surprise win, Airini Beautrais took home the largest-ever purse.
An extract from Michelle Langston's new book of essays
Her new novel is a coming-of-age story set in San Francisco in the mid 1980s.
Guardian of style to stream into Auckland's writers festival
After 50 years of feminism, the former Green MP asks how much has really changed.
The couple's biographers are set to drop new material - and the impact could be momentous.
Danielle Hawkin's life as a vet is lively with people as well as animals.
In a world of wars and climate disasters comes a harrowing quest to find a missing child.
"It really is a Cinderella story" - Bridgerton author on the Netflix dream come true.
The Times: Justin Baldoni is at war with toxic masculinity – starting with his own.
Censors have eased restrictions on a Kiwi rugby book banned more than half a century ago.
Pillars founder Verna McFelin talks about her life inside and outside the prison wire.
After lockdown, I couldn't wait to hit the club - book club, that is.
Margaret Mills on the fact and fiction currently on her reading list
Book review: Where we Swim