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All Day is a Long Time is a spectacular, raw account of growing up and managing, against every expectation, to carve out a place for hope.
Joan is a thirtysomething ICU doctor at a busy New York City hospital. When Joan's father suddenly dies and her mother returns to America to reconnect with her children, a series of events sends Joan spiralling out of her comfort zone.
Appearing before the head of the Academy, puffer ship navigator Tia Grom-Eddy must either join the crew of a spaceship on a deep space mission or complete a lengthy probationary period on Earth.
Colombo, 1990. Maali Almeida, war photographer, gambler and closet queen, has woken up dead in what seems like a celestial visa office. But even in the afterlife, time is running out.
When there is no choice, all you have left to do is walk. Nightcrawling is an unforgettable novel about young people navigating the darkest corners of an adult world, told with a humanity that is at once agonising and utterly mesmerising.
With piercing insight and profound empathy, author Daniel Black illuminates the lived experiences of Black fathers and queer sons, offering an authentic and ultimately hopeful portrait of reckoning and reconciliation.
Maryam and Zahra have always been best friends. When unwelcome ghosts from their shared past re-enter their world, both women find themselves driven to act in ways that will stretch and twist their bond beyond all recognition.
A scandalous video. A humiliated family. And a brother stuck in the middle. Full of dark comedy and insight into Indian society, shame and the online generation, this is a poignant story told by a narrator who will beguile and surprise you.
This epic historical adventure tells the story of pre-colonial Aotearoa New Zealand like it's never been told before. A young Māori man, compelled to learn the stories of his ancestors, returns to his family marae.
How to Loiter in a Turf War is a lucid, genre-bending, cinematic work of fiction from one of Aotearoa's most versatile artists. It's a day in the life of three friends beefing with their own city, Tāmaki Makaurau.
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