James McNeish’s self-portrait, hymn to a vanishing New Zealand, and record of a varied cast of influential people.
Canterbury writers share their memories and express their hopes for Christchurch at the Auckland Writers & Readers Festival.
At the Auckland Writers & Readers Festival: Fatima Bhutto on Songs of Blood and Sword
The former global head of Greenpeace calls for less talk and more action in his new book tackling the twin threats of climate change and economic collapse.
Adrian Wooldridge, Management Editor of The Economist and author of God is Back, discusses the global resurgence of evangelical religion.
At the Auckland Writers & Readers Festival: John Carey, Denis Dutton, and Sarah Thornton.
Investigator Bryan Bruce’s new book re-opens the 2000-year-old case file on Jesus of Nazareth’s death.
Ahead of the Auckland Writers & Readers Festival, Michael Otterman discusses the human cost of the Iraq war.
The author of The Vintner’s Luck talks about conceiving its captivating sequel.