Kate reports back from an interesting session with Irish author John Boyne at the WORD Christchurch Autumn Festival
Our interview with Kiwi author, Tina Shaw. She talks about her latest novel for young adults, Ursa, which is set in a "mirror universe" version of Berlin.
Mark reports back on a session with Akala on his book Natives: Race and class in the ruins of empire - WORD Christchurch.Autumn Season.
The Allusionist is doing two shows as part of the WORD Christchurch Autumn Season. 'The Allusionist' is a podcast about language by award winning Brit, Helen Zaltzman.
Kate reports back on Akala's session on hip-hop and Shakespeare in the WORD Christchurch Autumn Season 2019.
Each month, librarians will bring you a choice selection of stuff for Christchurch youth - books, events, exhibitions, music, movies, tv, podcasts, YouTube channels and more.
Next Monday 13 May 8pm to 9pm at The Piano, WORD Christchurch is proudly presenting Markus Zusak, the Australian author who encourages our imagination with Young Adult titles such as The Book Thief and The Messenger.
On Tuesday 23 April, Christchurch City Libraries celebrated William Shakespeare's birthday with canapes and elderberry cordial, and plenty of jolly japes in the form of readings and performances from the crack acting troupe of library staff.
A total of thirteen novels were written that tie into the Indiana Jones franchise of films. Each feature the titular archaeologist Henry "Indiana" Jones, Jr., on some adventure. The first six novels were all written by Rob McGregor. Derek now looks at the ones by authors Martin Caidin to Steve Perry.