Max Harris
By any measure, New Zealand must confront some monumental issues in the years ahead. In this bold and enlivening work, Harris’s attempt to find answers to these questions evolves into his own ‘New... [+]
Prue Hyman
Prue Hyman surveys the status of women in the New Zealand economy through the past two decades, revealing that the work of feminism is not over yet.... [+]
Jonathan Boston
In this timely BWB Text, acclaimed policy scholar Jonathan Boston sets out what ‘anticipatory governance’ might look like in New Zealand.... [+]
Kathleen Kuehn
Kathleen Kuehn asks probing questions about the behaviour of both the state and corporations in our current ‘surveillance society’.... [+]
Scott Hamilton
Uncovering the tragedy of ‘Ata takes Scott Hamilton on a journey to the kava circles and caves of Tonga and back to the streets of Auckland.... [+]
Glenn Colquhoun
A moving attempt to show what it is, as a doctor and writer, to be alongside people. ... [+]
Laura Williamson
The bicycle is, for Laura Williamson, more than just about sport or transport. Riding a bike brings moments of joy, liberation, revolution and change.... [+]
Gavin Ellis
Drawing on decades of experience as a journalist and editor, Gavin Ellis chronicles the patterns of erosion of New Zealanders’ right to know what people in power do on their behalf. ... [+]
Stephanie Johnson
In this BWB Text Johnson explores her elusive and ambivalent feelings about the sunburnt country, and in so doing casts fascinating light on some of the formative influences that have shaped the work ... [+]
Rod Oram
In this BWB Text acclaimed business journalist Rod Oram travels to Beijing, London and Chicago to meet some pioneers who are seeking new values, systems and technologies, and report on their setbacks ... [+]