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By Parkins, Wendy
This memoir charts the author's breakdown after migrating from New Zealand to England: what begins as homesickness and career burn-out develops into depression, contamination phobia and OCD.
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Edited by Neale, Emma
Exciting contemporary New Zealand art and writing, featuring results and winning essay from the Charles Brasch Young Writers' Essay Competition 2019
By Johnson, Stephanie
Five notable twentieth-century New Zealanders who made their lives in Australia are the subject of this fascinating biographical investigation by award-winning author Stephanie Johnson.
By Neale, Emma
A strong new poetry collection from a leading New Zealand writer of her generation. Innovative, confident and powerful.
By McKinnon, Malcolm
The Depression of the 1930s was a defining period in New Zealand history. It had its own vocabulary – swaggers and sugarbags, relief work and sustenance, the Queen Street riots and special constables – that was all too familiar to those who lived through that tumultuo ...
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By Beever, Jessica
Mosses are small but beautiful plants, responsible in part for the lush appearance of New Zealand's rainforests. They form an important part of the vegetation in almost all environments: in alpine and lowland areas, on coastal cliffs, in pastures and lawns and even in cracks on c ...
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