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Coleman_suffrage_thumbnailFrom Suffrage to a Seat in the House
The path to parliament for New Zealand women

Jenny Coleman

• New Zealand women could vote but not run for office

• Story of a shamefully long struggle

• Rich and colourful history

Paperback, 230 x 150 mm, 338 pp
ISBN 978-1-98-859226-8, $45

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Brown cover thumbnail 226 pixelsEvery Now and Then I Have Another Child

Diane Brown

• Charming narrative in free verse

• Witty, wise and whimsical

• Real and SURreal

Paperback, 150 x 230mm, 164 pp
ISBN 978-1-98-859240-4, $29.95
IN-STORE: 1 MAY 2020

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LF 239 webLandfall 239

Edited by Emma Neale

• Announcing winners of the 2020 Charles Brasch Young Writers’ Essay Competition

• Exciting contemporary art and writing

Paperback, 215 x 165 mm, 208 pp,
ISBN 978-1-98-859243-5, $30

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Kalimpong kids cover for webKalimpong Kids
The New Zealand story, in pictures

Jane McCabe

• Hidden history uncovered

• Large-format, pictorial

• Fascinating NZ story

Paperback, 203 x 230mm, 146 pp
ISBN 978-1-98-859236-7, $35

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Schorch for webRefocusing Ethnographic Museums through Oceanic Lenses

Philipp Schorch

• Important contribution to fields of ethnography & museum studies

• Vibrant and fascinating approach

• Innovative work of scholarship

Paperback,150 x 230mm, 264 pp
ISBN 978-1-98-859239-8, $NZ/A49.95

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Gorbey cover webTe Papa to Berlin
The making of two museums

Ken Gorbey

• Highly readable memoir

• Inside story of Te Papa

• A story of visionary leadership

Paperback, 150 x 230mm, 280pp
ISBN 978-1-98-859237-4, $39.95

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Armstrong cover webSinking Lessons

Philip Armstrong

• Winner of the 2019 Kathleen Grattan Poetry Award

• First collection

• A multitude of non-human protagonists

Paperback, 230 x 150mm, 54 pp
ISBN 978-1-98-859241-1, $27.50

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Coutts webCrossing the Lines
The story of three homosexual New Zealand soldiers in WWII

Brent Coutts

• In-depth history of gay NZ soldiers in WWII

• Rarely seen photos

• Themes of mateship, gender and queer identity

Paperback, 170 x 240mm, 336 pp
ISBN 978-1-98-859238-1, $49.95

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