Otago University Press publishes books of scholarly and cultural significance that enrich our society. We produce a range of quality non-fiction books on New Zealand and the Pacific, focusing on history, Māori/Pacific, natural history, contemporary issues, biography/memoir, essays and creative non-fiction, literature and the arts.
Otago University Press also publishes a small amount of poetry as well as Landfall, New Zealand's longest-running and leading journal of new writing and art.
Traditional Lifeways of the Southern Māori
Traditional Lifeways of the Southern Māori was the major field project undertake...
Edited by Lynley Edmeades Announces the winner of the 2023 Landfall Essay Compe...
History of New Zealand and its Inhabitants
Dom Felice Vaggioli Translated by John Crockett
Robert Lord Diaries
Chris Brickell, Vanessa Manhire and Nonnita Rees
When I Reach for Your Pulse
Robyn Maree Pickens
Strong Words 3
Emma Neale and Lynley Edmeades
At the Point of Seeing
Landfall 245: Autumn 2023
Katherine Mansfield's Europe: Station to Station
Aftermaths: Colonialism, Violence and Memory in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific
Angela Wanhalla, Lyndall Ryan and Camille Nurka (eds)
Respirator: A Poet Laureate Collection 2019–2022
Histories of Hate: The Radical Right in Aotearoa New Zealand
Matthew Cunningham, Marinus La Rooij and Paul Spoonley (eds)
Letter to 'Oumuamua