Upcoming BWB Events


Over the next six weeks, BWB has a range of events taking place around New Zealand:

Wednesday 24 September, Wellington

Book launch: Vincent O'Malley's Beyond the Imperial Frontier
5.30 pm, Vic Books, 1 Kelburn Parade, Wellington.

The launch will follow Vincent's JD Stout Lecture: The Waikato War: Myth, History and the ‘Art of Forgetting’, 4.10 p.m., Wednesday 24 September, McLaurin Lecture Theatre 103.

Monday 6 October, Auckland

Kirsty Gunn and Martin Edmond discussing their BWB Texts with Tom Rennie.
5.30pm, Auckland Central City Library.

Wednesday 8 October, Wellington

Kirsty Gunn's lunchtime walking tour of Thorndon. Starting at the Randell Cottage at 12.30pm, the tour winds its way across Thorndon to the Katherine Mansfield Birthplace.

In the evening, Kirsty Gunn discusses Thorndon with Charles Ferrall and Anna Jackson.
5.30pm, Tiakiwai Conference Centre, National Library of New Zealand.

Thursday 9 October, Wellington

Kirsty Gunn and Martin Edmond, in conversation with Tom Rennie.
6.00pm, Unity Books Wellington.

Saturday 11 October, Wanaka

11.30am – Max Rashbrooke: Inequality – the growing gap between rich and poor
1.30pm – Kirsty Gunn: Telling Stories
Aspiring Conversations Festival, Lake Wanaka Centre 

Sunday 12 OctoberWanaka

1.30pm –  Kirsty Gunn: Where is Home?
Aspiring Conversations Festival, Lake Wanaka Centre 

Monday 13 October, Dunedin

Kirsty Gunn in conversation with Vincent O’Sullivan
5.30pm, Dunedin Public Library.

Thursday 23 October, Wellington

A panel, chaired by Bernard Hickey, discussing Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the Twenty-First Century and its relevance for New Zealand. 
5.30pm, Royal Society of New Zealand - more details to come in our next newsletter.

All of the events (excluding Aspiring Conversations) are free, open to the public and don't require an RSVP - please join us!
For more information on all BWB books, e-books and events, see www.bwb.co.nz or contact us at info@bwb.co.nz.




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