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Nielsen Weekly Bestsellers Lists: For Week Ending Saturday 28 June

The Bestseller Charts represent the bestselling books in New Zealand for the week up to the date given. The Bestseller Charts are compiled by Nielsen BookScan and comprise data supplied from the New Zealand panel of participating booksellers. Please note these charts are subject to copyright and may not be reproduced. Books are categorised according to country of publication.  

Nielsen Weekly Bestsellers Lists: For Week Ending Saturday 14 June

The Bestseller Charts represent the bestselling books in New Zealand for the week up to the date given. The Bestseller Charts are compiled by Nielsen BookScan and comprise data supplied from the New Zealand panel of participating booksellers. Please note these charts are subject to copyright and may not be reproduced. Books are categorised according to country of publication.  

Nielsen Weekly Bestsellers Lists: For Week Ending Saturday 7 June

The Bestseller Charts represent the bestselling books in New Zealand for the week up to the date given. The Bestseller Charts are compiled by Nielsen BookScan and comprise data supplied from the New Zealand panel of participating booksellers. Please note these charts are subject to copyright and may not be reproduced. Books are categorised according to country of publication.  

Nielsen Weekly Bestsellers Lists: For Week Ending Saturday 17 May

The Bestseller Charts represent the bestselling books in New Zealand for the week up to the date given. The Bestseller Charts are compiled by Nielsen BookScan and comprise data supplied from the New Zealand panel of participating booksellers. Please note these charts are subject to copyright and may not be reproduced. Books are categorised according to country of publication.  

Capacity Crowds Thrilled by Inaugural Dunedin Writers Festival

Sell-out crowds enjoyed multi genre events and a stellar line up of internatio

The 2014 Seresin Landfall Resident writer is Sandra Arnold

Seresin Estate and Otago University Press are delighted to announce 
the winner of the 2014 Seresin Landfall Residency.
 
The sixth recipient of the Seresin Landfall Residency is Sandra Arnold, who plans to use the residency to work on her fourth book, a novel titled The Eshwell Bridge Witch Project.
 
‘The novel explores post-war educational philosophy, social inequality, colour prejudice and government policies that sent poor British children to Canada, Australia and New Zealand to work on farms and eventually populate those countries with white British stock. 

The Book Review Schedule - May 2014

Man Booker Prize winner joins international guests at Dunedin Writers Festival

Man Booker prize winner Eleanor Catton will join a line-up of high profile authors including international guests Alexander McCall Smith as well as Scottish writers Janice Galloway and Professor Nigel Leask at Dunedin’s inaugural Writers and Readers Festival held May 8-11.