Denis Welch profiles Nigel Cox for The Listener, after his novel The Cowboy Dog (Victoria University Press) was shortlisted for the fiction prize in the Montana Book Awards.
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Lauris Edmond writes about the procedures and decisions of the Indecent Publications Tribunal, in Comment magazine.
Elizabeth Knox’s desk makes an appearance on the Capital Day page of the Dominion Post. Knox’s The Vintner’s Luck is one of our record-breaking bestsellers.
Author and customer James McNeish passed away just shortly before the Kaikoura 7.8 quake shook the country. His obituary appeared in the Dominion Post.
After running a competition on Bookshop Day in which you could win your favourite book, one of the winners wrote us this lovely thank-you note.
Simon Keller examines the writing and research process of Nicky Hager’s Dirty Politics (Potton & Burton).
Andrew Riemer reviews The Luminaries by Eleanor Catton (Victoria University Press) for the Dominion Post.
An article in The Wellingtonian paper about the closure of Bruce & Janis Caddy’s Dymocks Bookshop on “Stewart Dawson’s Corner” – between Willis Street and Lambton Quay.