"As a Wellingtonian who walks around the city and suburbs, I have often wished that I could identify different architectural styles, and this beautifully illustrated book fills that gap."
- Simon Nathan on Raupo to Deco at Scoop Review of Books.
Listen to Jack Smith on Radio New Zealand, discussing No Job Too Hard and the history of Fletcher Construction in New Zealand:
Congratulations to Lloyd Geering, who picked up top honours at the Ashton Wylie Charitable Trust awards last Friday night for his book From the Big Bang to God.
Convenor of judges, Bob Ross, described the work as well researched and presented. "This is a giant of a book in terms of depth of understanding and execution from one of New Zealand's greatest theological thinkers. It presents a clear analysis of the evolution of the universe, life and humanity."
Well, this is one way to get your name in lights... City Lights, that is. We don't know how it happened (or who took the photo), but it's great to see Bob Orr's Odysseus in Woolloomooloo in the window of the historic City Lights Book Store in San Francisco.
"...highly accomplished, skilled and insightful..." - so says Landfall Online about Saradha Koirala's most recent collection of poetry, Tear Water Tea.
"Peter [Bland] is the same on the page as he is in person: good company, a warm voice offering humour, hard-won wisdom and good advice: Pay the bills / And keep an open mind."
- Stephen Stratford enjoys Breath Dances.
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