Kirsty Gunn | Martin Edmond | Maurice Gee | Owen Marshall
Award-winning New Zealand writers Martin Edmond, Maurice Gee, Kirsty Gunn and Owen Marshall explore life and memory in this set of BWB Texts.... [+]
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 ... [+]
Michael Field
Michael Field describes what happened on Black Saturday, 28 December 1929, a day that is largely forgotten in New Zealand history but is vividly recalled in Samoa.... [+]
Atholl Anderson | Judith Binney | Aroha Harris
This landmark publication places Māori at the centre of this country’s story. It portrays the sweep of Māori history from Pacific origins to the present. Narrative and images offer a striking over... [+]
Michael King
This fascinating Text presents in startling detail the careful interrogation of Alain Mafart and Dominique Prieur, part of the French team behind the bombing of the Rainbow Warrior, leading to their a... [+]
Tipene O'Regan
Ngāi Tahu leader Sir Tipene O’Regan reflects on what happens in Treaty settlement negotiations behind the scenes, and clashes between current ideologies and Māori identity.... [+]
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. ... [+]
A diverse range of economists and commentators address the relevance of Thomas Piketty’s ‘Capital in the Twenty-First Century’ for New Zealand. ... [+]
Dick Scott
The non-violent defiance of Te Whiti-o-Rongomai, Tohu Kakahi and their followers at Parihaka is one of the great New Zealand narratives.... [+]