Review

Atlas of Remote Islands by Judith Schalansky
Art
November 6, 2012 posted by Unity Wellington

Atlas of Remote Islands by Judith Schalansky

Atlas of Remote Islands Judith Schalansky, Penguin   Judith Schalansky was born in East Germany before the wall came down and fell in love with the idea of travel but,…

Magnificent Moon by Ashleigh Young
NZ Fiction
November 5, 2012 posted by Kiran Dass

Magnificent Moon by Ashleigh Young

Magnificent Moon Ashleigh Young, Victoria University Press ($28) Magnificent Moon is the eagerly awaited debut collection from one of the new stars of New Zealand poetry. Ashleigh Young’s poems have…

The Lighthouse by Alison Moore
Fiction
October 18, 2012 posted by Kiran Dass

The Lighthouse by Alison Moore

The Lighthouse Alison Moore, Canongate ($25) Click here to listen to Kiran’s review on 95bFM’s Morning Glory Show. On the outer deck of a North Sea ferry stands Futh, a…

Zone of the Marvelous by Martin Edmond
Art
July 22, 2012 posted by Unity Wellington

Zone of the Marvelous by Martin Edmond

‘He’s constantly demonstrating that the natural world is as splendiferous as any fable.’ – Jim Shepard, New York Times ‘From Plato’s Atlantis to Dante’s Mount Purgatory, Sinbad the Sailor to Abel…

Typography 32 by the Typography Directors Club
Art
March 22, 2012 posted by Unity Auckland

Typography 32 by the Typography Directors Club

Typography 32 Typography Directors Club, Collins Design ($125) Bfm Podcast review with Lily Richards here. The year’s selection encompasses a wide range of categories, including books, magazines, corporate identity, logotypes,…

The Life of Edith Piaf by Carolyn Clark
Nonfiction
December 13, 2011 posted by Unity Wellington

The Life of Edith Piaf by Carolyn Clark

The Life of Edith Piaf Carolyn Burke, Bloomsbury UK ($25) It seems like it’s harder than ever to separate the legends that have been cultivated around the life of Edith…

C by Tom McCarthy
Fiction
December 7, 2011 posted by Kiran Dass

C by Tom McCarthy

C Tom McCarthy, Vintage ($28) Electromagnetics, black bile, radio static- C is a freaky transmission, rare and strange. Now it’s in paperback you have no excuses. Kiran Dass (Unity Wellington)…

Pulphead: Essays by John Jeremiah Sullivan
Nonfiction
December 1, 2011 posted by Unity Auckland

Pulphead: Essays by John Jeremiah Sullivan

Pulphead: Essays John Jeremiah Sullivan, Farrar, Straus & Giroux ($32) CHECK OUT THE Bfm REVIEW WITH LILY RICHARDS BY CLICKING HERE. Or buy PULPHEAD in our online store!