Albert Wendt
For many years the Pacific’s leading novelist, poet and academic, Albert Wendt ventures into fascinating and deeply personal new territory.... [+]
Paula Morris
Award-winning New Zealand writer Paula Morris talks about coming home and being home, of nostalgia and memory and belonging.... [+]
Kathleen Jones | Maurice Gee | Paul Callaghan | Rebecca Macfie
A set of the first four BWB Texts by Paul Callaghan, Maurice Gee, Kathleen Jones and Rebecca Macfie.... [+]
Owen Marshall
In this BWB Text Marshall reflects at length on his writing career, on the forces that have shaped him as a writer, on his intense admiration for Janet Frame and on his decision to concentrate on the ... [+]
Martin Edmond
Martin Edmond’s <i>Barefoot Years</i> is a memoir in which the author attempts to re-inhabit the lost domain of childhood. ... [+]
Lloyd Geering
The events surrounding the trial of Professor Lloyd Geering for heresy in the late 1960s were unprecedented in New Zealand history. They are vividly described here by the man at the very centre of the... [+]
Kirsty Gunn
In this exquisitely written ‘notebook’ - ‘My Katherine Mansfield Project’ - Gunn explores the meaning of ‘home’.... [+]
Maurice Gee
Widely regarded as one of New Zealand’s greatest fiction writers, Maurice Gee has written virtually no non-fiction. The exceptions are the two exquisite childhood reminiscences combined here into a ... [+]
Paul Callaghan
A moving selection of Sir Paul Callaghan's writing, offering eloquent narratives that will endure in this country’s literature. This first BWB Text – short digital-first works – includes a ... [+]
Rod Edmond
The various paths by which two of the author’s great-grandparents came to the southern hemisphere are central to this work. Their experiences of departure, displacement and un/settlement raise quest... [+]