Interviews

Douglas Renall has recently written 100 Great New Zealand Wineries, he talks to NZ Booklovers about his book. 100 Great New Zealand Wineries – why do we need this book? If you love New Zealand wine then this book is made for you. If you are looking for guidance and inspiration for a memorable wine… Read More

Leonard Bell is associate professor of art history at the University of Auckland. His writings on cross-cultural interactions and representations and the work of travelling, migrant and refugee artists and photographers have been published in New Zealand, Britain, the United States, Australia, Germany and the Czech Republic. He is author of Marti Friedlander, Colonial Constructs… Read More

Michael Cooper has 40 books and several major literary awards to his credit, including the Montana Medal for the supreme work of non-fiction at the 2003 Montana New Zealand Book Awards for his magnum opus, Wine Atlas of New Zealand.  In the 2004 New Year Honours, Michael was appointed an ONZM for services to wine… Read More

Gordon McLauchlan is a well-known journalist, author and social commentator. He is a seasoned media commentator not afraid to speak his mind. His previous books for  include: Great Tales from Rural New Zealand; Great Tales from New Zealand History; The Saltwater Highway: The Story of Ports and Shipping in New Zealand; The Passionless People Revisited… Read More

J. L. Pawley, is a prolific author from Auckland. She completed her first Diploma in Creative Writing when she was just 17, and went on to earn a Bachelor of Arts in English and Media Studies by age 20, graduating in the top 5% of her class from Massey University. The following year, after working… Read More

C.K. Stead is a distinguished, award-winning novelist, literary critic, poet, essayist and emeritus professor of English of the University of Auckland. He is the current New Zealand Poet Laureate (until August 2017), has won the Prime Minister’s Award for Fiction, and is a Member of the Order of New Zealand, the highest honour possible in… Read More

Lily Woodhouse is the pseudonym for award-winning writer Stephanie Johnson, who has turned her hand to the sweeping family saga. She divides her time between Australia and New Zealand. She talks to NZ Booklovers about her novel, Jarulan by the River. Tell us a little about Jarulan by the River.  The novel is set on… Read More

Everyday Strength is an invaluable resource for families facing cancer. Going through treatments for cancer is undoubtedly challenging, which authors Sam Mannering and Karen McMillan well know from personal experience. But this book is packed with practical, everyday things you can do to make each day a little brighter during this difficult time. There are… Read More

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