New Zealand author Bill Manhire reveals his favourite books.
What is believed to be the first book about Bluff shipwrecks is being launched by a group of the town's historians.
The woman who saved a classroom of five year olds from one of America's worst school shootings hits back at the trolls.
The publisher talks books, gentrification and road-tripping with his Grammy-winning son, Joel.
She is the quintessential British nanny, but Mary Poppins may have first sprung to life in Christchurch.
Iconic novelist John Irving is showing no signs of slowing down with the publication of his 14th novel.
Author Michael W Clune reveals his favourite books.
Short children and adult's book reviews.
John Irving treads well-covered ground with his latest novel.
This most interesting book could have done with the same polish Costello applies to his lyrics.
A second volume of Rotorua recollections has been committed to print with the launch last week of 'Rotorua Retro Two.'
You too can cook like Nic Watt with all the recipes from his award-winning Auckland restaurant.
Violence, sex and vampires. These novels are some of the most frequently objected to novels in recent history.
FICTION: Christchurch writer Emma Hart's winning entry in this year's open division of the Sunday Star-Times Short Story Awards.
The moment the star All Black thought his Rugby World Cup dream was over.
Critics and nagging injuries had him thinking: "Why don't I just quit now?"
Mary-Louise Parker has written a book about her public and painful breakup to Crudup.
Why do domestic dramas written by men win awards and plaudits, and domestic dramas written by women so often get stuck in the pink ghetto?
Three Taranaki siblings and their pets may soon be seen in the royal library, after the book they feature in was given to Prince Charles last week.
In an extract exclusive to Fairfax Media, Dan Carter relives his stellar years with Canterbury and the Crusaders.
Neil Strauss, author of the pick-up bible The Game, launched into swinging, polyamory and harems - then denounced the lot.
Diary of a Wimpy Kid author Jeff Kinney is winning hearts worldwide, including two diehard fans here in New Zealand.
Beloved children's character Winnie the Pooh's origin's have been revealed in a new book - and they may come as a surprise.
Short fiction reviews.
Short fiction and non-fiction reviews.
REVIEW: In The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman reverses the convention of relegating women to supporting roles.
Sport journalist Michael Donaldson - who helped Steve Williams write his book about caddying for Tiger Woods - reveals his favourite books.
Are you a 'clean-eating' 'binge-watcher' with a 'dadbod' who likes to 'swipe' right? If you are, you're using the Word of the Year front-runners.
REVIEW: The author spares us nothing as London burns during an oppressive English summer.
Val McDermid doesn't pull any punches in her latest offering.