Paula Green can't help moving to the rhythm of Johnny Cash's poetry.
David Walliams is back with a (sort of) Little Britain follow-up.
Grant Smithies salutes a fine new book by fellow music writer, Nick Bollinger.
JD Vance was headed for trouble when his grandmother intervened and he got serious about school. Other parts of his story are less clearcut, finds Eleanor Black.
Poverty in New Zealand is too easily dismissed by lounge-chair pundits. But, as GP and poet Glenn Colquhoun writes, it affects us all.
Settle For More by Megyn Kelly and The Nix by Nathan Hill
Educator and conservationist Bob Stothart.
Judith Binney, Redemption Songs: A Life of Te Kooti Arikirangi Te Turuki
"I'm a perfectionist, I want things to be right, I want things to be perfect. And for me, perfect was not being gay."
Sales of second hand books are undergoing a revival as readers turn away from digital alternatives.
Schoolboy discovers rare volume in Lower Hutt community's "fridge library".
From the strange to curious, these seven wonders will inspire awe and wanderlust.
An Auckland based writing group has celebrated its 40th anniversary with a historical book.
His screenplay about a girl possessed by a demon became a blockbuster worldwide.
After designing album art for British band The Prodigy Auckland designer Nick McFarlane has written a book exploring creative processes.
'Women are sexier for so much longer': one expert on towboys, cougars and why sex gets better as we age.
How Home Along and Pretty in Pink shaped the expectations of one boy
Woman's first novel is winging it's way around the world in a charity-driven adventure.
It's been a year since he died. A new biography can help you remember...
A Manawatu illustrator conjures up magic for a new book.
SUMMER READ: Read an extract from 'My Father's Island', the new memoir by Fairfax reporter Adam Dudding.
Holiday advice: Put down that phone, ignore everyone, and pick up a book.
John Summers' Missing was the winner of the non-fiction essay section of the Sunday Star-Times Short Story Awards 2016. Judge and Sunday Star-Times editor Jonathan Milne said it was a standout entry in a popular category.
The beloved comic has written a novel - and it's really good.
The Martians are coming (again) and they're bringing Neil Gaiman's Norse Mythology with them.
Inspired by the music of 60s New Plymouth band The Breakaways, Grant Smithies ponders a wild and woolly side of NZ he missed as a child.
Children's book borrowing is on the rise at Wellington Library.
Allis is a little red tractor well-known to the nation's children.
A victim of far-right blogger Milo Yiannopoulos Twitter attacks, the Ghostbusters star is not happy he's being given another platform.
German sales soar of a special edition of the Nazi leader's book outlining his ideology which led to the Holocaust.