Tell You What: Great New Zealand Nonfiction, 2015

Tell You What Great New Zealand Nonfiction On the web and the wireless in magazines and journals at prizegivings and p whiri New Zealanders are talking and writing about the world right now We ve been producing essays and articles speeches

  • Title: Tell You What: Great New Zealand Nonfiction, 2015
  • Author: Jolisa Gracewood Susanna Andrew Greg Bruce Steve Braunias Leilani Tamu José Barbosa Ashleigh Young Paul Ewen
  • ISBN: 9781869408244
  • Page: 409
  • Format: Paperback
  • On the web and the wireless, in magazines and journals, at prizegivings and p whiri, New Zealanders are talking and writing about the world right now We ve been producing essays and articles, speeches and submissions, tweets and travelogues nonfiction, in other words This book collects some of New Zealand s best true stories from the past year or so together into an anOn the web and the wireless, in magazines and journals, at prizegivings and p whiri, New Zealanders are talking and writing about the world right now We ve been producing essays and articles, speeches and submissions, tweets and travelogues nonfiction, in other words This book collects some of New Zealand s best true stories from the past year or so together into an anthology.And tell you what we are swimming in this great nonfiction This anthology takes us to new places, introduces us to new people, asks new questions and brings us a little closer to the true and the real We ve got mountain climbing and family secrets, cannibal snails and dangerous swims We ve got births Deaths Marriages House auctions Steve Braunias on a mysterious egging and Lara Strongman on Christchurch, Eleanor Catton on our paradoxical islands and Tina Makereti on the resonance of te reo.With other pieces by Simon Wilson on mutton , Elizabeth Knox on Mahy , Keith Ng on global warming and Ashleigh Young on cycling in London not to mention contributions from Naomi Arnold, Sarah Bainbridge, Jos Barbosa, Claire Browning, Greg Bruce, Rachel Buchanan, Anthony Byrt, Megan Clayton, Paul Ewen, David Haywood, David Herkt, Gregory Kan, Nic Low, Chris McDowall, Alice Miller, Jemima Sherpa, Allan Smith, Leilani Tamu, Alice Te Punga Somerville, Giovanni Tiso and David Winter this is a cracking collection of real, live stories, written to last.

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    About “Jolisa Gracewood Susanna Andrew Greg Bruce Steve Braunias Leilani Tamu José Barbosa Ashleigh Young Paul Ewen”

    1. Jolisa Gracewood Susanna Andrew Greg Bruce Steve Braunias Leilani Tamu José Barbosa Ashleigh Young Paul Ewen

      Jolisa Gracewood works as a literary editor, writer and reviewer She recently co edited with Susanna Andrew an anthology of longform writing, Tell You What Great New Zealand Nonfiction 2015 from metromag author jolisa

    838 thoughts on “Tell You What: Great New Zealand Nonfiction, 2015”

    1. A great collection of essays, very well edited with a narrative and thematic flow that links one essay to the next. The selection includes Eleanor Catton's musings on the powerful emotion pull of the sublime beauty in a natural landscape; house price hell in Auckland; a witty and pithy character study, and more sobering talk of the 2011 earthquake amongst much more. A good way to find another facet of New Zealand from a wide range of voices and viewpoints. Luckily, there's a 2016 edition!


    2. This is an excellent collection of essays (except we don't generally call them essays here in NZ, with 'essay' having the connotation of something you are required to write for school) written over the last few years, and gathered by the two editors for re-publication. They've come from magazine articles, blogs, etc. and are a great illustration of NZ life and NZ thinking.


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