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Brasch 3 cover smallCharles Brasch 
Journals 1958–1973

Selected and introduced by Peter Simpson

• Final volume of three

• Fascinating, revealing, moving

Hardback, 245 x 170 mm, 694 pp
ISBN 978-1-98-853114-4, $59.95
IN-STORE: MAY 2018

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To-the-mountains-coverTo the Mountains 
A collection of New Zealand alpine writing

Laurence Fearnley and Paul Hersey

• Adventure and nature writing, history, philosophy and literature, from the quirky to the sublime

• Aimed at real mountaineers as well as the armchair variety

• Stylish affordable hardback

Hardback, 230 x 150 mm, 372 pp
ISBN 978-1-98-853120-5, $45
IN-STORE: JUNE 2018

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Leadbeater-front-cover-smallSee No Evil
New Zealand's betrayal of the people of West Papua

Maire Leadbeater

• Powerful, shocking account

• Exposé of New Zealand’s ‘selective diplomacy’ in the Pacific

• By a leading author on peace and Pacific issues

Paperback, 240 x 170 mm, 296 pp
ISBN 978-1-98-853121-2, $49.95
IN-STORE: JUNE 2018

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pointer-cover-smallNiue and the Great War

Margaret Pointer

• Tragic story of Niue’s sacrifice in WW1.

• Captivating, richly illustrated account.

• By a leading author on Niue history

Paperback, 220 x 156 mm, 216 pp
ISBN 978-1-98-853123-6, $39.95
IN-STORE: JULY 2018

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Eggleton-cover-smallEdgeland
and other poems

David Eggleton

• Dazzling new collection from leading New Zealand poet.

• Highly original style mashes up high culture and mass pop culture.

• Illustrations and cover art by NZ artist James Robinson.

Paperback, 230 x 150 mm, 112 pp
ISBN 978-1-98-853127-4, $27.50
IN-STORE: JULY 2018

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MQueen-cover-smallPoeta
Selected and new poetry

Cilla McQueen

• Definitive selection of the work of one of New Zealand’s best-loved poets.

• Illustrations by the author.

• The best poems from 14 previous volumes, plus exciting new work.

Hardback, 220 x 155 mm, 296 pp
ISBN 978-1-98-853128-1, $39.95
IN-STORE: SEPTEMBER 2018

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Cooper cover landscape thumbnailFilming the Colonial Past
The New Zealand Wars on Screen

Annabel Cooper

• Charts Māori/Pākehā relations in filmmaking

• Fascinating inside stories

• Clearsighted account of changing cultural attitudes

Paperback, 200 x 240 mm, 304 pp approx.
ISBN 978-1-98-853108-3, $49.95
IN-STORE: SEPTEMBER 2018

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hudson_halls_cover_smallHudson and Halls
The Food of Love

Joanne Drayton

• Riveting account of legendary New Zealand TV chefs in 1970s and 1980s.

• Groundbreaking gay duo in socially conservative era.

• Internationally acclaimed author.

Paperback, 240 x 170 mm, 304 pp approx.
ISBN 978-1-98-853126-7, $49.95
IN-STORE: OCTOBER 2018

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