REVIEW: Want to stress less? Smoke pot says the author of a new book on women's health.
New Zealand author Hannah Tunnicliffe reveals her favourite books.
REVIEW: A new book challenging the myths of Aussie and Kiwi 20th century wars is light on Kiwi contributors.
REVIEW: This gripping thriller examines the relationship between psychiatry and war.
REVIEW: Why do we need lists of things we must do ... including books we must read?
REVIEW: Ruth, Roger and Me
The world's biggest selling writer James Patterson is to dip into his personal fortune to help Kiwi booksellers keep children reading.
Like any romantic relationship, you want a balance of the emotional and physical.
Ruth Rendell, best known as the creator of Detective Chief Inspector Wexford, died in hospital on Saturday.
A US jury found a Sydney publisher had committed fraud.
Best-selling children's author Anthony Horowitz has been in the game 38 years. He explains his remarkable survival in one of literary's toughest gigs.
Rhodes Scholar Andrew Dean speaks for a generation born after Rogernomics.
REVIEW: Flashpoints: the Emerging Crisis in Europe
Young people should see their experiences reflected in fiction, says Laurie Halse Anderson.
REVIEW: Short fiction and non-fiction reviews.
Crime author John Daniell reveals his favourite books.
REVIEW: A new book showcases the remarkable photos taken by New Zealand soldiers at Gallipoli.
'Intense' aristocrat who was married to Jane Austen's friend is the real-life character behind Pride and Prejudice hero.
REVIEW: Stephen Daisley doesn't disappoint with his second novel.
Taylor Swift's 1989 was apparently "vastly" louder than heavy torchbearers such as AC/DC's, Motörhead and Metallica.