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Walls to Kick and Hills to Sing from: A Comedy with Interruptions

by Murray Edmond

Arranged in four acts, this collection of poems merrily experiments with voice, performance, and medium, exploring the craft through monologues, dialogues, choruses, songs, scene sets, and storyboards. Filled...


Three Regrets and a Hymn to Beauty

by Ian Wedde

This collection of poetry features five extended poems that explore the concept of beauty and the nature of language, discussing serious philosophical ideas with zest, energy, wit, and humor. A unique volume...


Thicket

by Anna Jackson

In Anna Jackson’s fifth collection of poetry, a rich and leafy life closes in on the New Zealand poet. Scenarios from home and work join fairy-tale tropes in these multifaceted poems that preoccupy themselves with...


The Yellow Buoy: Poems 20072012

by C. K. Stead

Exploring literature, cultures, and surroundings—both physical and social—the poems in this collection are firmly attached to the author's memories. With appearances by various other literary fellows, in...


Tuamaka: The Challenge of Difference in Aotearoa New Zealand

by Joan Metge & Hon Sir Edward Taihakurei Durie

From the point of view of a renowned anthropologist, this invaluable volume narrates the history of a multicultural New Zealand in which both Maori and non-Maori individuals cohabitate. Arguing that the Treaty...


The Tribes of Muriwhenua: Their Stories and Origins

by Dorothy Urlich Cloher, Merimeri Penfold & Shane Jones

This compilation of myths, legends, and oral histories from the far north of New Zealand is the story of the people who make up the tribes of Muriwhenua. The author provides whakapapa (genealogy and history)...


The Tram Conductor's Blue Cap

by Michael Harlow

Featuring a variety of lyrical poems, this remarkable new collection illustrates the allegorical and philosophical while still gesturing towards the ecstatic. Constantly finding new ways to express wonder, this...


The Time of the Giants

by Anne Kennedy

Affectionate yet satirical, this sequence of poems focuses on a family of giants and, in particular, on a young giant woman and her efforts to conceal from her normally sized lover how tall she truly is. The...


The Whimpering of the State: Policy After Mmp

by Brian Easton

A successor to the widely read The Commercialisation of New Zealand, this book by a leading independent commentator continues the story of the New Zealand reforms, giving a trenchant and critical account of...


The Pop-Up Book of Invasions

by Fiona Farrell

Offering poems that draw vividly on the landscape, history, and mythology of Ireland—while making connections with her home and childhood—this collection of poems reflects the author's personal journey and...


The Pastoral Kitchen: Poems by Anna Jackson

by Anna Jackson

In this collection, Anna Jackson's poems deal thoughtfully and elegantly with motherhood, family, and the environment. Her ideas often assume unexpected forms, appearing as hens, vending machines, or grass within...


The Loving Stitch: A History of Knitting and Spinning in New Zealand

by Heather Nicholson

The Loving Stitch is an engaging history of a subject never before explored but familiar to many New Zealanders. Heather Nicholson's knowledge of knitting and spinning is formidable but she also knows how to...


The Resurrection of Philip Clairmont

by Martin Edmond

This is the record of the author's powerful and moving search for the artist Philip Clairmont which mingles elements of biography and art history with a personal quest. It is an unusual and brilliant piece of...


The Long Road to Teatime: Poems by Anna Jackson

by Anna Jackson

An enchanting collection by a new young poet, this includes six playful, warm and allusive sequences, literary variations on domestic life, domestic takes on literature.


The Lark Quartet: Poems by Elizabeth Smither

by Elizabeth Smither

A lovely new collection by a leading New Zealand poet. This is among her best work, moving through a range of attentions—gardens, friends, works of art—with great charm and unexpected and quirky wit.


The Journal Box: The Journals of Writer Elizabeth Smither

by Elizabeth Smither

This work comprises four journals kept at different times since 1975 by the poet Elizabeth Smither. It records a rich life of the mind and of feelings, discussing friends, events, literary and religious ideas,...


The Godwits Fly

by Robin Hyde

An entirely new edition of Robin Hyde’s wistful and engaging classic novel, first published in 1938 and in print ever since. The Godwits Fly vividly conveys the intensely felt worlds of the adolescent—love,...


The Father and His Gift: John Logan Campbell's Later Years

by R.C.J. Stone

Few New Zealand biographies are so rich in social and personal detail. Written with the vivid touches of a novelist, The Father and his Gift completes the story of Sir John Logan Campbell, venerated in old age...


Face of War: New Zealand's Great War Photography

by Sandy Callister

An authoritative history of combat photography and its cultural, emotional, and memorial roles, this collection is the first to examine the vernacular photos of World War I taken by its New Zealand participants....


The Drummer

by Ian Wedde

The Drummer is Ian Wedde's eighth collection and it is plump with exquisite visual images, lost faith in language, revelations of intense beauty and literary allusions (from the Romantics to the New Zealand...