Read your way through our great list of authors attending this years WORD Christchurch Festival.
The award-winning debut crime novel by the author of The Long Drop, now in a new edition with an introduction by Val McDermid
A thrilling literary suspense novel from the multi-award-winning crime writer
Parang is the second collection of poetry from former Australian Poetry Slam winner Omar Musa. Written over four years, the collection explores Malaysian jungles, dark Australian streets, and dreams.
'Omar Musa writes hard, beautiful poems about things that are true.' - Kate Tempest
In small town suburbia, three young men are ready to make their mark.
In this exciting sci fi graphic novel, Helen is kidnapped by time-travelling ninjas and finds herself in the year 2355. Humankind has been enslaved by giant 'Peace Balls' - and Helen holds the keys to their destruction . . .
Discover the story of New Zealand through this multiple-award-winning, richly illustrated visual history by Gavin Bishop.
An intriguing novel set in India and New Zealand; the past and the present . . .
A stunning illustrated storybook for the girls of New Zealand with a powerful can-do message!
Intrigue mounts in this search for a missing daughter - and for love.
An incredibly simple, fun and practical Maori dictionary for all New Zealanders.
From an early age, James Poneke has had to play a role to survive. But what of the real James?
Superb writing from a fiercely intelligent writer in the vanguard of New Zealand literature.
The accessible and fun guide for everyday Kiwis looking to learn and speak the Maori language around the home.
Warm, witty and wicked, this is the perfect escapist read!
A collection of writings on being a parent in Aotearoa - from hilarious to heart-breaking.
Popular blogger Emily Writes gives words of encouragement to sleep-deprived parents everywhere.
Funny and moving, Laurence Fearnley's new novel subverts notions of 'man vs wild' while showcasing female experience through encounters with family, friends and the natural world.
Provocative, stirring, and beautifully co-written by novelist Laurence Fearnley, Lydia Bradey: Going Up is Easy is the story of how one woman took on the mountaineering world and won.
A bold new account of the European discovery of Tahiti.
The life, ways and knowledge of a Maori elder.
The most comprehensive study of Maori hui – ceremonial gatherings, incorporating marae protocol, tangihanga (funerals), hurahanga kohatu (unveilings), birthdays and anniversaries, and tribal policy-making.