Elizabeth Heritage

Nō Ingarangi aku tīpuna  He tangata tiriti ahau I whānau mai au i Tāmaki Makaurau, i te rohe o Ngāti Whātua Ko Waitematā te moana Ko Ōwairaka te maunga Ināianei e noho ana au ki Te Whanganui-a-Tara, i te rohe o Te Āti Awa Ko Elizabeth Heritage taku ingoa 

Oct 31, 2020

The terrible fear of being a bystander: a review of Remote Sympathy

Why we still need novels about the Nazis.

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Jun 23, 2020

Finding my way home, line by line, with Funkhaus

Hinemoana Baker's collection is poetry for the pandemic-addled brain.

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Apr 26, 2020

Fat activism in Aotearoa is having a moment

Yes, lockdown might make you fatter – but that’s okay.

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Feb 15, 2017

The Smiths, part two: Zadie Smith gets an unfortunate attack of PC-gone-mad hiccups

Elizabeth Heritage drags her feet through Zadie Smith's latest novel, with its constant moralising about racism, sexism, class divides, feminism, religious fundamentalism, poverty etc etc etc.

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Oct 14, 2016

‘Just wait, you’ll change your mind’ and every other terrible response to my decision not to have children

What is it about being childless by choice that seems to invite everyone you know – and a few you don't – to weigh in? Elizabeth Heritage, for one, has had enough.

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