Bryan James reviews Hauaga and Subterra.
Ian Williams reviews This Barren Rock and The Awa Book of New Zealand Sports Writing.
Gavin McLean reviews Griffith Review 28 and Sport 28.
Clark Isaacs reviews A Life On Gorge River.
Gavin McLean reviews Beyond the Scene
Along the Red Hill Range, over the Cascade River and through the bush to Jackson Bay - it has been a long walk for new author Robert Long from the wilds of South Westland on his way to Dunedin for his first book launch.
"I'd like to create a big, interlinked portrait of our society and times," Charlotte Grimshaw told Claire McIntosh in a recent
Cannibal Jack is an offshoot of an earlier work by Trevor Bentley, Pakeha Maori (1999).
A good, thick Landfall 219 ($29.95, pbk) will be available on Monday from the Otago University Press, and it is a cracker.
With 15 collections of poetry to her name and several awards, including the Prime Minister's Award for Poetry in 2008, Elizabeth Smither is usually seen as a poet who also writes in other modes.
Lawrence Jones reviews South-West of Eden.
This we week review The Wives of Henry Oades, The Surrendered, The Storyteller, The Devil's Queen, The Officer's Lover, Pictures of You and Rhythms of Water.
Lawrence Jones reviews Access Road.
Bryan James reviews The New Oxford History of New Zealand.
Oliver Riddell reviews How We Saw the War.
Cushla McKinney reviews Collision.
Bryan James reviews Way Back Then Before We Were Ten.
Dunedin, specifically Port Chalmers, can claim the artist Bill Culbert - a significant and pioneering figure on the art world's stage - as one of its own, although it has not done a great deal yet to recognise his status.
Bryan James reviews Inner Landscapes.
Elspeth McLean reviews Mothers Raising Sons.