Six weeks after her husband died by suicide, Dunedin artist Kezia Field stumbled on a file on his computer called "For Kezia".
President Donald Trump's former national security adviser John Bolton has accused him of sweeping misdeeds including explicitly seeking Chinese President Xi Jinping's help to win re-election.
Author J. K. Rowling has defended her right to speak about trans issues without fear of abuse, in an essay which revealed painful details from her past.
Dunedin author and creative writing teacher Diane Brown has gone against the advice she gives her students, but she simply could not resist for her latest book. She talks to Rebecca Fox.
Staff have been working hard to make ‘‘shhh’’ happen at today’s reopening of the Dunedin Public Libraries.
British writer Neil Gaiman has apologised for travelling from NZ to his home in Scotland, in breach of coronavirus lockdown measures.
Receiving a national poetry award has extra special meaning for Dunedin poet Emma Neale, discovers Rebecca Fox.
Dunedin music legend Shayne Carter won big at this week’s national book awards but his plans for spending the prize money were far from rock’n’roll.
Shayne Carter of former Dunedin band Straitjacket Fits and Dimmer is a two-time winner in the 2020 Ockham NZ Book Awards for his memoir Dead People I Have Known.
The best thing about a rose is its scent, writes Wendyl Nissen in this edited extract from A Natural Year: Living Simply Through the Seasons.
Author Stephenie Meyer thrilled fans of her best-selling "Twilight" novels on Monday by announcing she will release a prequel that explores the characters' love story from the perspective of vampire Edward Cullen.
A Dunedin man is one of the brains behind a new book aimed at easing anxiety for the children of firefighters.
Otago Daily Times "WordWays’’ columnist John Hale has been named by the Milton Society of America as its honoured scholar for 2021.
Dunedin writer Kath Beattie lets her imagination run riot in this fun-filled children’s tale about cleaning your room and who should do it. Read it aloud or, even better, get your children to read...
If you have just got over the disappointment of the controversial loss to England in the World Cup final last year then you might want to skip the first chapter in Glenn Turner’s new book.
New Zealand cricket great Glenn Turner hopes the game he loves will return to its roots when the world wins its battle with the Covid-19 pandemic.
Dunedin writer Samantha Montgomerie lets her imagination run riot in this fun-filled children’s tale about a genie’s three wishes. Read it aloud or, even better, get your children to read it...