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Landfall 225: My Auckland
Edited by David Eggleton
• Celebrates New Zealand’s largest city with an exciting and exuberant issue of art, photography, cultural commentary, essays, stories, reviews and poems.
• Includes work by writers from all over the country.
• Published to coincide with the Auckland Writers & Readers Festival 2013.
Dolphins Down Under
Liz Slooten and Steve Dawson
New Zealand dolphins, also known as Hector’s dolphins, are fascinating and beautiful animals. Found only in New Zealand waters, they are as ‘kiwi’ as the kiwi but their numbers are under threat – especially from human fishing activities.
Afife Skafi Harris and Beryl Lee
More than a recipe book, this colourful collection arose from a unique community project and invites us to explore the dishes and food lore of 26 people from Asia, Africa, the Pacific, South America, Europe and The Middle East. Each migrant’s story is followed by a selection of their favourite recipes, carefully chosen to make a meal and to reflect the distinctive flavours, textures and traditions of their inherited foodways. All recipes have been adapted for use with locally available ingredients.
Paperback, 192 pp approx, colour throughout, ISBN 978 1 877578 29 8, $39.99, December 2012
Otago University Press 2012 Catalogue
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