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Margaret Atwood immerses readers in the magical power of story - even in poetry
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William Boyd's new novel shouldn't cohere - but it does.
The poet sensation sits down to discuss, among other things, her third collection.
Arlene Heyman's first novel, Artifact, examines a working mother's life
David Walliams on his latest book for children, with a gorilla for a hero
Two royal biographies reviewed.
A biographical portrait examines the life of the late 20th century New Zealand painter.
The author notably referred to himself as anti-Semitic months before his death.
"If anybody deserves to be prosecuted and tried, it's Donald," niece Mary Trump says.
A chance encounter with serial killers was author Sally J. Morgan's literary fodder.
Wellington writer Rachel Kerr chose a local setting for her first novel
Following her smash debut, the Waimangaroa-based writer is working on her second novel.
Rose Carlyle talks to Eleanor Black
Auckland Writers Festival director Anne O'Brien on what she's reading
Exclusive extract from Herald reporter's book on the evolution of organised crime in NZ.
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