Almost 400,000 New Zealanders didn't pick up a book in 2016. It's a worldwide trend we should be worried about.
With intimate venues and stunning surrounds, the Marlborough Book Festival is a little different.
Her many adventures include eating seal meat in Greenland and a visit to Standing Rock.
Two young East Aucklanders have written and illustrated a children's book based on real-life tales of a sausage dog.
The Mirror is searching for the very best wordsmiths and writers in our district. Cash prizes and publication are up for grabs.
We found the award-winning Kiwi who threw "caution to the wind" and wrote a sex novel under a pen name.
George RR Martin finally updates Game of Thrones fans on the long-awaited Winds of Winter.
Avril McDonald will be travelling the country visiting schools and children's charities to share the Feel Brave work.
REVIEW: Collection looks at the ancient idea of 'home' in a range of new ways.
A new book looks at the development of the New Zealand teenager over the past 150 years.
REVIEW: A close look at America's poor whites,aimed at breaking down the illusion that America is a classless society.
"Having it in our faces in that place of easy shopping is a real challenge."
Bone marrow, venison, heart and livers feature in the book, 30 years in the making.
A Muriwai author helped deal with loss of her mother by sitting on a rock at the beach.
Rotorua author Kathy Sutcliffe aims to get young Maori boys reading with her latest work.
Two new Harry Potter books will be published later this year.
Want to more about palaeontology? Here's your chance.
Rangitikei organic farmers John and Pauline Blaikie are promoting their natural poultry farm in a new book.
How you can judge a book by its cover.
REVIEW: This is not a self-help manual but it is an enlightening look at one woman's journey through severe depression.
REVIEW: Kim Stanley Robinson weighty "what if?" takes reader on a rollercoaster ride through New York - 100 years from now.
BOOK REVIEW: This is a thorough take on the makeup of the modern military.
France has awarded Witi Ihimaera with a top arts honour as part of its Bastille Day celebrations.
David Riley started writing books when he couldn't find books his students wanted to read.
Hundreds of sexual assault survivors wanted someone to talk to, 50 of them will feature in a soon to be released book.
Maurice Sendak's books are beloved of children everywhere. Now they have a whole new adventure to fall in love with.
From Tibet, to India to Auckland - Tibetan refugee tells his story.
A Halloween dress dangling in her wardrobe holds a story that might never see the light of day.
You thought Milo Yiannopoulos was gone for good? You didn't reckon on the US legal system.
Freshly baked biscuits drove Juliet Curwood on to be supreme winner of this year's Young Authors Challenge.