Auckland University Press currently publishes around 25 books a year. With traditional strengths in history and politics, art and architecture, literature and poetry, Maori, Pacific and Asian Studies, the Press is also developing lists in science, business and health.
A professional non-profit association for writers in the fields of film, television, radio, theatre, video and multi-media. Its main activities include skills development and advising Guild members and other industry creatives on rates, contracts, and employment. It also offers credit arbitration, a registration service, and industry know-how.
The Auckland Writers and Readers Festival is a festival of ideas celebrating books and reading, with events, panels and workshops involving many distinguished local, Asia-Pacific and international writers. Affiliated with the Sydney Writers Festival.
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.
Kia Ora & Welcome, blackmail press was created to give poets, students and poetry lovers in New Zealand a site to read, submit and find great poetry. The impetus is to promote New Zealand poets and to provide an environment for emerging New Zealand poets to share their works. General issues have no specific theme, we like to present an eclectic range of voices from Aotearoa and abroad. Poets are asked to submit works they feel best showcase their unique voice and may submit a maximum of 5 works for consideration. All submissions must include a biography….
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.
Dunmore Publishing specialises in academic and non-fiction titles. Academic titles include disciplines such as accounting, business, economics, education, history, philosophy and sociology. Non-fiction subjects include media, health and well-being, politics, public policy, personal finances and history.
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.
A group of professional editors and writers who offer authors objective advice and guidance on how to bring their work closer to a publishable standard. Contact members individually for fees and other details. Please contact via email before making any submissions. Please see website for code of practice and guidelines for membership.
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.
The New Zealand Electronic Poetry Centre (NZEPC) sets up an electronic gateway to poetry resources in Aotearoa/New Zealand and the Pacific region. Aims to coordinate existing archival information, and present some full-text electronic publication of poetry and commentary in consultation with authors and their publishers. NZEPC also promotes live poetry events and is committed to extending and documenting locations for poetry in the digital environment and its real-world counterpart.