Vincent O'Sullivan reviews A Field Officer's Notebook: Selected Poems, by Dan Davin (ed Robert McLean). Published by Cold Hub Press.
Elspeth McLean reviews The Vulgar Wasp: The Story Of A Ruthless Innvader And Ingenious Predator, by Phil Lester. Published by Victoria University Press.
Emma Wood reviews recent works of childhood fiction.
Rob Kidd reviews Ponti by Sharlene Teo. Published by Macmillan.
David Barnes reviews Out Of The Wild, by Charlie Paterson. Published by Craig Print.
Cargill's Castle had such an effect on Bernadette Joyce when she attended an event there in 1967, it became the setting for her third historical novel, 51 years later.
Darryl Smith, of Dunedin, is launching his book A Shattered Life in Christchurch tomorrow.
A caving book has won the New Zealand Mountain Film and Book Festival's grand prize, announced this week.
Matthew James reviews James Comey's A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies and Leadership, published by Macmillan.
Mike Houlahan reviews Brunhilde Pomsel & Thore D. Hansen's The Work I Did: A Memoir of the Secretary to Goebbels, published by Bloomsbury.
Peter Stupples reviews Ben Doherty's Nagaland, published by Wild Dingo Press.
Mike Houlahan reviews Ian Nathan's Anything You Can Imagine: Peter Jackson & the Making of Middle Earth, published by Harper Collins.
Pat Thwaites reviews Jessie Cole's Staying: A Memoir, published by Text Publishing.
Rob Kidd reviews Jesse Ball's Census, published by Text Publishing.
Peter Stupples reviews Negar Djavadi's Disoriental, published by New South Books.
Cushla McKinney reviews Paul Colize's Back Up, published by Bloomsbury.
Hamesh Wyatt reviews recent new works of poetry.
Elspeth McLean reviews Michelle McNamara's I'll be Gone in the Dark and Julia Heaberlin's Paper Ghosts.
Geoff Adams reviews Jack Hartnell's Medieval Bodies, published by Profile Books.
Willie Campbell reviews Holly Ringwald's The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart, published by Fourth Estate/HarperCollins.