It's a tough road for any Kiwi writer, even one as prolific as Nicky Pellegrino.
Fiona Sussman shares her favourite books.
Onetime electronica star Moby has kept busy with new pursuits, like his book
Marlborough authors Peter Anderson and Peter Jerram return with a second collection of wry vet stories.
Archaeologist Atholl Anderson digs into early Maori history.
Thriller set in post-conflict Afghanistan, and a pacy whodunnit.
An extraordinary poetry collection that bears the unsettling fingerprints of death.
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"Zip it, everyone. Enough of the constant yap yap yapping about women."
Zen and creativity; crime in Bristol.
The Da Vinci Code author wants to get younger readers into his arcane conspiracy theories.
They flourished across New Zealand in the early 1900s, but then they disappeared.
It's taken writer Stephen Daisley 40 years to become an overnight success.
The creator, writer and star of TV's Girls surprises fans with diaries of her thoughts from a decade ago.
The search for a dead woman's identity, and a charming family tale for younger readers.
A man abandons his loved ones for 25 years.
Cool young thing Kate Tempest adds novelist to her impressive list of occupations.
Was the 17th century really when we came up with our best ideas?
The Vegetarian gobbles up world's most prestigious literary award.
The leading feminist tackles The Donald, Playboy and The Bachelor at Auckland Writers Festival.
The writers are in town for the annual Auckland Writer's festival.
On poetry, teaching and fear of death.
Award winning writer knows his way around a sheep, but he minimises the farmer label.
The Marlborough Book Festival closes with three authors discussing their experiences of Antarctica.
Samuel Beckett's life imagined; Australian noir; new poetry; military history for kids.
Best-selling Palmerston North author is set to launch his new book.
George RR Matin's latest book looks pretty different from Game of Thrones season 6.
Zimbawean author and Geneva-based lawyer Petina Gappah speaks about making peace with her literary success.
A virtually unknown author has taken the top prize at the New Zealand Book Awards.