Work represented: Non-fiction, especially travel narrative, memoir, biography, natural history. Most fiction considered including YA but NO speculative, fantasy, children’s, or poetry. Contact initially by phone or email. Please call during normal business hours Monday to Friday.
Established as a publications committee in 1964, Canterbury University Press (CUP) has operated as a full-time publisher since 1991, producing about six new books each year. CUP publishes a wide range of titles about New Zealand and the Pacific for both the academic and the general market, and has recognised expertise in history, biography, natural history and the environment, and books about our region.
Victoria University Press is Aotearoa New Zealand’s leading publisher of new fiction and poetry, and a scholarly publisher specialising in New Zealand history, biography and essays. Founded in the 1970s, VUP now has a backlist of over 600 books in print and issues on average 35 new titles every year. VUP has a special mission to discover new writers.
Awa Press is an independent, award-winning, New Zealand-owned company that specialises in contemporary non-fiction by New Zealand and overseas authors. Its list includes travel, memoir, sport, collected essays, the Ginger Series, 100 Essential New Zealand series and Awa Science. The company is keenly interested in international co-publishing and rights sales.
For over three decades, books published by Bridget Williams have contributed to critical scholarship in New Zealand; they have told our stories, and deepened our understanding of what it is to inhabit these islands. Today and into the future, we continue this proud tradition – doing what BWB has always done best: far-sighted and influential publishing, whatever the format.
Farm Trader is New Zealand’s leading premier farm machinery and equipment magazine and New Zealand’s only tractor and machinery test magazine, reaching farm owners, farm managers and contractors responsible for making purchasing decisions. With every issue containing a diverse range of farming equipment for sale, it is where farmers turn when looking to buy or sell machinery.
The Journal is the official publication of the Australian and New Zealand Institute of Insurance and Finance (ANZIIF). A professional magazine published four times a year, the Journal features articles from all sectors of the insurance industry, including general insurance, insurance broking, life insurance and superannuation, loss adjusting, risk management and workers compensation, as well as management, legal and technical articles relevant to the wider financial services industry.
Lucky Break is the magazine that speaks to middle New Zealand. The things that matter most to our readers are their family and community; not celebrities, but the person next door and their incredible triumphs and tragedies – everyday Kiwis are the stars of Lucky Break.
New Zealand’s leading bridal magazine. Topics of interest: any topic related to wedding planning: receptions or catering, photographers (choosing one), honeymoon destinations, choosing gown, ordering cake, second-time weddings, etiquette, mixed marriages, wedding traditions, health and beauty.
New Zealand Writers aims to promote and encourage writers. Established in 1998. Topics of interest: articles on writing, fiction techniques, hints and tips, competitions, markets for your work, interviews, book news, anything of interest to writers and publishers.
Covers a range of topics of interest to the 4WD vehicle buyer and driver. It aims to provide a wide range of information covering vehicle selection, accessories and upgrading, 4WD clubs and sport, lifestyle activities associated with 4WD, adventure, track stories and technical articles.