Tag Archives: HarperCollins

Demon Profession recall, 18th June 1998
Backstage
July 16, 2018 posted by Unity Wellington

Demon Profession recall, 18th June 1998

Sometimes we are asked to remove books from sale because of inaccuracies or actual or potential litigation. This example is from HarperCollins, publishers of The Demon Profession by Michael Laws….

Alex Ross
Interviews
May 17, 2018 posted by Unity Wellington

Alex Ross

Unity Books Wellington spoke with Alex Ross ahead of his event with Bianca Andrew and Stroma at Shed 6. Alex Ross has been the music critic of The New Yorker…

Dreamquake deal, 31st March 2007
Advertising
April 18, 2018 posted by Unity Wellington

Dreamquake deal, 31st March 2007

This advertisement for a special deal on Dreamhunter and Dreamquake by Elizabeth Knox (HarperCollins) ran in the book pages of the Dominion Post. Customers were encouraged to buy both books…

First Plastic Bag run, 2000
Backstage
January 23, 2018 posted by Unity Wellington

First Plastic Bag run, 2000

In 2000 we got our first run of customised plastic bags, featuring Nigel Cox’s text (riffing on Italo Calvino) and the names of several of our favourite local and international…

Geoff Murphy Launch, 10th October 2015
Launches
October 10, 2017 posted by Unity Wellington

Geoff Murphy Launch, 10th October 2015

Invitation to, photos from and a review of the launch of Geoff Murphy’s A Life on Film, published by HarperCollins and launched at Unity Books by Bill Sheat. Toby Kearns…

Gutter Black Event, 24th May 2014
Events
October 10, 2017 posted by Unity Wellington

Gutter Black Event, 24th May 2014

Photographs from a lunchtime event with Graham Brazier in conversation with Finlay Macdonald about his former Hello Sailor bandmate Dave McArtney, and McArtney’s memoir Gutter Black, published by HarperCollins.

Boy of China event, 17th May 2016
Events
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.