Events

Nadia Hashimi Event, 29th August 2016
Events
October 8, 2017 posted by Unity Wellington

Nadia Hashimi Event, 29th August 2016

The first of our “Seven Events in Five Days” series, Nadia Hashimi gave an illuminating talk about her book The House Without Windows, published by Avalon, life in Afghanistan, and…

Writers Week Programme Launch, 28th January 2016
Events
October 4, 2017 posted by Unity Wellington

Writers Week Programme Launch, 28th January 2016

Writers Week, a part of the hotly anticipated New Zealand International Festival of the Arts, has long had a close connection with Unity Books. In 2016, the programme launch took…

Boy of China event, 17th May 2016
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October 4, 2017 posted by Unity Wellington

Boy of China event, 17th May 2016

Tamsin Grigg introduced Richard Loseby to a lunchtime audience eager to hear him talk about his latest travel memoir, A Boy of China, published by HarperCollins.  

Anne Applebaum Event, 3rd May 2013
Events
October 3, 2017 posted by Unity Wellington

Anne Applebaum Event, 3rd May 2013

Invitation to and photographs from an event organised in association with the Polish Embassy – author Anne Applebaum discussing her most recent book, Iron Curtain: The Crushing of Eastern Europe,…

Robert Dessaix Event, 1st November 2001
Events
October 3, 2017 posted by Unity Wellington

Robert Dessaix Event, 1st November 2001

Event flyer for Robert Dessaix in conversation with Lydia Wevers at the National Library, arranged by The New Zealand Book Council and Macmillan Publishers.

Teju Cole event, 11th June 2012
Events
October 3, 2017 posted by Unity Wellington

Teju Cole event, 11th June 2012

Teju Cole in discussion with Damien Wilkins in front of a captivated lunchtime audience. Photography by Marta Starosta.

Gregg Hurwitz Event, 2nd March 2017
Events
October 2, 2017 posted by Unity Wellington

Gregg Hurwitz Event, 2nd March 2017

Our Dominion Post advertisement for an event with visiting thriller writer Gregg Hurwitz, author of Orphan X and The Nowhere Man, published by Penguin Random House. We were transfixed by…