The SAS have reportedly been in damage control mode since the release of a new book detailing suspected war crimes in Afghanistan.
Not content with The Matrix and Taylor Swift, racists are reaching for Pride and Prejudice to prove a point.
Browsers bookshop owner Rachel Pope finds the original of an old TV show.
David Vann writes black-humoured and fascinating stories about people in crisis.
Bob Burch's Arty Bees bookshops remain a beacon of light and literature after his death, writes Bess Manson.
Bringing back author's remains to NZ a "mad and idiotic suggestion," Mansfield scholar says.
Paula Green is mostly delighted by this collection, although she doesn't need poems written by women to be mansplained, thanks.
Once upon a time she was the wild child writer thrilling New York. But then the drugs won.
Here are the top books to kick-start a healthy lifestyle.
A mysterious Murray Ball tribute will have a permanent home after lobbying from politicians.
Erin Donohue has plenty to be proud of and she's beginning to accept it.
Devonport Library hosts launch of prestigious poetry yearbook.
Bestselling Scottish crime author Ian Rankin is coming to Christchurch in May.
With the stroke of a pen he found a way to sum up the complicated, special relationship between a man and his dog.
Scots crime-writing legend, Pulitzer and Booker winners and Emmy-winning writer behind Veep come to Auckland
Despite what some fans may have guessed, it's not Mighty Thumb. Or Mayhem Sheep. Or even Mashed Chips.
There's good news and bad news for fans of punk-hacker Lisbeth Salander and her reporter pal.
Eleanor Catton's new novel is about ultra-rich foreigners building fortress-like mansions in rural NZ. Peter Thiel anyone?
An East Auckland teenager has written, illustrated and self-published her own book.
Bestselling author Marian Keyes fought the urge to end her life 40 times a day.
The Kiwi behind the Richie McCaw movie will turn an international best selling book about wealth inequality into a film.
It's 266 pages long and has nothing but a table of contents, chapter names and bibliography. But it carries a message.
Young poets a feature of this years poetry magazine launched by Albany's Massey University Press.
Originally rejected by publishers, book exploring environmental history of Manawatu wins award.
Catherine Chidgey's dream run with The Wish Child continues.
Organisers hail strong crop of finalists for the Ockham New Zealand Book Awards.
"Being deaf is not just like having the sound turned off. It's much more complex."
It's only fitting that the master of horror tackles the latest presidential nightmare.
The triple murder that led to the first European hanged in New Zealand is the focus of a new book.
Your intrepid journalist receives professional written instruction in the complex art of drinking beer.