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By Manchester, Anne
Memory Stick is the story of a passionate woman living in the thick of things over seventy years of societal and cultural change, and weathering her share of loss, heartbreak and mistakes with courage and chutzpah. Written with a journalist's flair, it's a lively and entertaining... read.Read more
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Edited by McCallum, Mary; Manchester, Anne; Rainey-Smith, Maggie
Eastbourne is a fresh collection of writing that has
sprung from Wellingtons Eastern Bays. With work
by acclaimed New Zealand authors and poets such
as Denis Glover, Lloyd Jones, Steve Braunias, Kate
De Goldi and Robin Hyde, the anthology also
showcases young and emerging ta...lent like Sarah
Laing and Airini Beautrais.
Unlike many literary anthologies, over a third of
the work is previously unpublished. Writers with
a connection to the Bays have offered stories and
poems, and some with no history of publication
have worked with the editors to take their
submissions to publicationRead more
Andrew is a small dog who likes a quiet life with lots of time for sleeping. His mate David tells him to "toughen up," but Andrew is not so sure. But a family holiday changes all that, as Andrew faces a host of new experiences and challenges that are bound to test his resolve.
Andrew Down Under is the prequel to the immensely readable Toughen Up, Andrew! set on the Wairarapa coast.
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