Right now the country's booksellers are gasping, frantic, knackered – and still dealing politely with the rest of us at our worst. We at the Spinoff thank you for your service. Please enjoy this nostalgic hug of an essay by Catherine Robertson.
Four decades after holding a mirror up to Kiwi masculinity with the sensational play Foreskin's Lament, Greg McGee is back with Necessary Secrets, a new novel that asks the same question: whaddarya?
Catherine Robertson's latest novel What You Wish For has raced to the top of the best-seller charts – but what she really, really wants is to win a prize for being funny.
'We rule the book-reading world': Catherine Robertson reports from the Romance Writers of New Zealand annual conference.
An essay by Catherine Robertson, author of the wildly entertaining novel Gabriel's Bay, on the problems some critics have with 'women's fiction'.