Korie Massey says milking his cows gives him time to dream and create scenarios for his fantasy novels.
Imagine the Nancy Drew series was spliced with Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, then throw in a hearty splash of swearing. Oh yeah, and set it in South Otago.
Climate fiction has exploded in recent years, telling tales of sunken worlds and dust-bowl post-civilisations. Now, in a new novel, it’s Otago’s turn to have its future told.
Tales of high-flying aerobatics, near misses, and exciting landings at some of the world's busiest airports, are revealed in a new memoir by Kiwi aviator Tom Enright.
Rob Kidd reviews the 'horrifying and spell-binding' account of one man's battle against internet vilification.
Two new books on the life of Frances Hodgkins beautifully celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Dunedin artist's birth.
As much as it pains Adventure Books owner Bill Nye to say it, Oamaru's literary loss is Christchurch's gain.
Walt Whitman’s work was ground-breaking and, to some, shocking. But some in Dunedin liked it a lot, writes Tom McLean.
Jim Sullivan reviews Going for Grain, a history of the last 150 years of the iconic Dunedin company Harraway and Sons Ltd, written by Rebecca Reid.
A University of Otago academic shortlisted for a prestigious UK crime-writing award is "gobsmacked" to have his work recognised.
Two Dunedin authors have been shortlisted in the 2019 New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults.
You’ve read it at least three times and you lend it to friends and demand they read it. It is The Best Book in the World. Six Dunedin writers, three this week and three next, explain what is their Best Book in the World, and why.
Omani author Jokha Alharthi has won the prestigious Man Booker International Prize for Celestial Bodies.
When Otago University Press publishers heard a book was being written about a couple of ground-breaking Kiwi TV chefs, they had to have it.