Emma wood gives a roundup on the latest children's books.
Elspeth McLean reviews Alt-America: The Rise of the Radical Right in the Age of Trump by David Neiwert. Published by Allen and Unwin/Versio.
Hamesh Wyatt reviews a selection of the latest poetry books.
Geoff Adams reviews The Rise of Consciousness by Oliver Sacks. Publisher: Macmillian.
Willie Campbell reviews Brenda Niall's Can You Hear the Sea?: My Grandmother's Story, published by Text Publishing.
Ted Fox reviews Paul Ham's Young Hitler: The Making of The Führer, published by Random House.
Mike Crowl reviews Hangman by Jack Heath. Published by Allen & Unwin
Veteran science journalist Paul Gorman, now assistant editor at the Otago Daily Times, has recounted his experiences reporting on the Canterbury earthquakes in a new book.
Long before Kiri Te Kanawa was winning bouquets, a southern songbird had the musical world at her feet, Angela Skerrett Tainui writes in this extract from Tangata Ngai Tahu, People of Ngai Tahu.
Cushla McKinney reviews Peter Carey's A Long Way from Home, published by Penguin Random House.
Taking on the role of editor of New Zealand’s longest-running arts and literary journal is quite daunting for Dunedin writer Emma Neale, especially as she's in the middle of writing another novel.
In Salt Picnic, all is not idyllic on the Spanish island of Ibiza.
Bernard Cornwell branches into a new area of history in his latest novel, Fools and Mortals.
Dunedin duo Judith Cullen and Michelle Chalkin-Sinclair are back with a new take on their popular Dunedin Fonebook.
Rob Kidd reviews a very clever thriller.