Tag Archives: VUP

Emma Martin
Interviews
September 15, 2013 posted by Unity Wellington

Emma Martin

There’s something voyeuristically thrilling about knowing what other people’s reading habits are. The Reader is a brief interview inspired by the Proust Questionnaire, which was itself inspired by a 19th…

NZ Post Book Awards Festival Event
Event
July 31, 2013 posted by Unity Wellington

NZ Post Book Awards Festival Event

NZ Post Book Awards Festival Event Join us at lunchtime to hear fiction finalists, Gigi Fenster and Emily Perkins, and winner of the NZSA Hubert Church First Book for Fiction award,…

Fergus Barrowman
Interviews
July 19, 2013 posted by Unity Wellington

Fergus Barrowman

There’s something voyeuristically thrilling about knowing what other people’s reading habits are. The Reader is a brief interview inspired by the Proust Questionnaire, which was itself inspired by a 19th…

BOOK LAUNCH: The Luminaries by Eleanor Catton
Event
July 15, 2013 posted by Unity Wellington

BOOK LAUNCH: The Luminaries by Eleanor Catton

Unity Books Wellington and Victoria University Press warmly invite you to the launch of Eleanor Catton’s much anticipated second novel, The Luminaries. Saturday 3 August, 5pm, Unity Books, 57 Willis…

Launch Update: Tough by Amy Head
Counter Culture
June 21, 2013 posted by Unity Wellington

Launch Update: Tough by Amy Head

On Thursday the 20th of June we had the privilege of launching Tough, the first book from Amy Head. Tough is a collection of short stories set over the West…

BOOK LAUNCH: Tough by Amy Head
Event
June 13, 2013 posted by Unity Wellington

BOOK LAUNCH: Tough by Amy Head

Unity Books Wellington and Victoria University Press warmly invite you to join us at 6pm on Thursday 20 June for the launch of Tough by Amy Head. We are also…

Eleanor Catton
Interviews
April 21, 2013 posted by Unity Wellington

Eleanor Catton

There’s something voyeuristically thrilling about knowing what other people’s reading habits are. The Reader is a brief interview inspired by the Proust Questionnaire, which was itself inspired by a 19th…