Please find below the Booksellers NZ events calendar. This calendar features all of the booky events we have been told about, and some that we have found out about by ourselves! If you would like an event featured on this calendar, please email Sarah at email@example.com, including event title, short blurb, and full information. We will also promote your events on social media as they arise.
Did you know that young Aucklanders established the largest Meccano club in the world? Devonport writer David Veart has just released his latest book Hello Girls & Boys! It tells the delightful story of New Zealanders and their toys, from kites to Buzzy Bees and Tonka Toys.
This is the first major book on toys in New Zealand.
Writers Nicky Hager, Mandy Hager, Phillip Mann, Lotta Dann, Danyl Mclauchlan and Paul Diamond are the stellar line-up at the New Zealand Book Council’s True Stories Told Live event on 15 November in Wellington.
Presented in partnership with LitCrawl, True Stories Told Live puts a modern spin on the ancient art of storytelling. It will be an evening of unabashed storytelling, totally unscripted, where anything can happen.
A glowing city made of jelly, a virtual performance in an ambient architectural space, water calligraphy workshops and a live, large-scale elevated city with a digital dimension are just some of diverse range of ‘live’ future scenarios open to people of all ages at this year’s Festival of Transitional Architecture (FESTA).
The father of three teenagers, and an advocate for depression awareness, Sir John Kirwan is on tour this October to talk about the content of his new book, Stand By Me: Helping your teen through tough times.
Honest, enlightening and impossible to ignore, JK's new book is a powerful tool for parents, teachers and other care givers who're helping teens tackle mental health issues.
Join Russell Brown of Public Address with members of the Once in a Lifetime: City-building after Disaster in Christchurch’s editorial team as they talk about the making of this book, and reflect on the issues and challenges that have emerged in the Christchurch recovery process.
Lunch time panel discussion: 12 -1pm, 17 September
Exhibition Studio Level 3
School of Architecture and Planning, The University of Auckland