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James Rolleston, Jamie Curry star in movie of Eleanor Catton novel
New Zealand Herald

James Rolleston, Jamie Curry star in movie of Eleanor Catton n...

James Rolleston has landed yet another major role in a local feature. The Boy star who last year added The Dead Lands and The Dark Horse to his list of film credits is starring in The Rehearsal , an adaptation of the debut novel by author Eleanor ... New Zealand Herald, 3 days ago
Radio New Zealand

Dangerous play with sport and politics

Rugby is New Zealand's national sport, Prime Minister John Key told Morning Report on Monday. It was therefore appropriate for the Minister of Sport to host the All Blacks naming of the squad for the Rugby World Cup, he said. John Key ...
 Radio New Zealand2 days ago
New Zealand Herald

Tandi Wright's eventful return to the stage

Any hint of spring has been blown away by wind and showers which have left water-filled potholes in the driveway of the Westpoint Performing Arts Centre. Inside, Tandi Wright wears two puffer jackets, gloves, black jeans, woollen socks and a pair of ...
 New Zealand Herald3 days ago
Swansea University

2016 International Dylan Thomas Prize opens for entries

The 2016 International Dylan Thomas Prize, one of the world's most prestigious prizes for young writers, which is sponsored by Swansea University, will open for entries on 1 September 2015. The £30,000 prize is awarded to the best eligible ...
 Swansea University4 days ago International fiction dominates book list (NZ Newswire)  Yahoo! News Australia1 month ago Sparkling debut The debut novel of creative writing graduate Anna Smaill has been longlisted for the prestigious Man Booker Prize.  Victoria University of Wellington1 month ago International recognition for MA graduate's debut novel  Noodls1 month ago
Melbourne Age

Melbourne Writers Festival 2015: Top five picks of the program

1. Jack Andraka: Teen Scientist Breaks Through "This session piques a conflation of interests always curious about the new generation and a desire to address the science lessons I didn"t pay enough attention to while at school." 2. Tim Flannery & ...
 Melbourne Age2 weeks ago
New Zealand Herald

Brave decision that gave flight to a writer

"Bloody hell." With these two words author Anna Smaill announced herself on the literary scene. Of course, that's not strictly true. Her debut novel The Chimes had already won rave reviews in New Zealand but, as many authors can testify, that is ...
 New Zealand Herald2 weeks ago "Bloody hell" - Kiwi on Booker list month ago New Zealand writer longlisted for Man Booker Prize  New Zealand Herald1 month ago 'Bloody hell': Kiwi's Booker shock  New Zealand Herald1 month ago

Death of the book greatly exaggerated

If you were the guy who had one too many at Auckland's Golden Dawn bar the other night, who woke up wondering why there was a bunch of book titles typed into his phone mystery solved. People ask Jenna Todd what to read all the time. "I don't ... weeks ago

President Obama's summer reading list

Indian-American Pulitzer Prize winning author Jhumpa Lahiri's second novel 'The Lowland' is among the six books which are part of the summer reading list of US President Barack Obama. Obama is currently on a summer vacation along with his ...
 Samaylive2 weeks ago obama  Indian Express2 weeks ago Jhumpa Lahiri's novel among Obama's summer reading list  Times of India2 weeks ago
Rolling Stone

Jason Isbell's New Morning 2 days ago

Jason Isbell Isbell turned his dark past into incredible music. David McClister Jason Isbell felt a rush of familiarity when he watched the final episode of Mad Men on his tour bus. As he saw Don Draper go AWOL from his advertising job and embark ...
 Rolling Stone3 weeks ago Jason Isbell's New Morning  Social Dashboard3 weeks ago
Melbourne Age

Kerry Fox teaches directors about actors in Melbourne International Film Festival masterclass

Kerry Fox hates doing the same thing twice. "My life is too short. Once they say 'action!' I haven't got time to muck around, to do a shit performance, I don't want to have to do something again. So I try to give something of value every single ...
 Melbourne Age3 weeks ago
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