‘This is the little magazine that always produces great issues packed with fine writing. The writing is highly readable, sometimes controversial, but never dull.’ – Canvas, Weekend Herald, 31 January 2009
'The most important and long-lasting journal in New Zealand's literature' – Oxford History of New Zealand Literature
Landfall is New Zealand's foremost and longest-running arts and literary journal. It showcases new fiction and poetry, as well as biographical and critical essays, and cultural commentary.
Each issue brims with a mix of vital new work by this country's top new and more established writers, such as Vincent O'Sullivan, Catherine Chidgey, Breton Dukes, C.K. Stead, Albert Wendt, Cilla McQueen, Selina Tusitala Marsh and David Eggleton. It also features art portfolios in full colour and reviews of the latest New Zealand books.