The Dark Side of the Moon
How New Zealand ended up in the middle of the next space race.
By Kate Evans
Illustration: Imogen Greenfield
This is like, totally weird
Why a growing number of Kiwi kids speak with an American twang.
By Don Rowe
Lisa Tumahai. Photo: George Heard, NZME.
The Change Agent
Ngāi Tahu’s first female chair is on a mission to transform the iwi’s operations from the ground up.
By Sally Blundell
Selection of books by Nalini Singh.
Is This Just Fantasy?
Despite its immense popularity, genre writing like fantasy and romance struggles to be taken seriously by the literary establishment. Why?
By Tobias Buck
About Town: Te Hāpua
Searching in the Far North for traces of the late great Matiu Rata.
By Paula Morris
All That Jazz
Long the domain of music geeks and snobs, jazz is making a comeback — particularly among young people.
Paul Little on a new book documenting our natural world at night, the latest release from Mākaro Press, a collection of essays on notable New Zealanders and more.
How I Wrote
Paul Little talks to Stacey Morrison about how she compiled her latest book, a collection of aspirational Māori stories for young New Zealanders.
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