Books

Anatomy – poetry collection from Jamie Trower

Anatomy – poetry collection from Jamie Trower

When the Jamie Trower was nine years old he skied head first into rocks while on a family holiday at Mt Ruapehu.

After Wonderland

After Wonderland

Alumna Linda Darby (BA 2913, BA Hons 2013) has had her masters short film After Wonderland accepted into the Cannes Short Film Corner, as part of the 68th Festival de Cannes 2015. The film tells the New Zealand story of an only child, Alice, who struggles to stay visible in her 1960s oddball family. She […]

Sleep Sister

Sleep Sister

Sleep Sister is both intelligent and cutting, an evocative and moving first novel by alumna Karen Breen, published in March 2015 by Eunoia Publishing. Sisters, Gilly and Marina, and their little brother Davy are running wild with all the other children at a remote campsite on a beautiful northern beach in 1979. While the adults […]

Then it Was Now Again

Then it Was Now Again

This volume of selected critical writing tells the story of a range of controversies, innovations, revolutions and disputes in New Zealand poetry, theatre and drama over the 40 years between 1973 and 2013.

Murder that Wasn’t

Murder that Wasn’t

Murder that Wasn’t: The case of George Gwaze tells the story of a man who was twice charged and twice acquitted of the rape and murder of his ten-yearold adopted niece, Charlene Makaza. This is a gripping account of a miscarriage of justice by alumna Professor Felicity Goodyear-Smith (BSc 1974, MBChB 1977, DIPOBST 1982, MD […]