Taking it personally
Recent conversations about the state of reviewing in New Zealand have been dominated by demands, sometimes pleas, that reviewers be brave and honest. Of course. We, too, at New Zealand Books Pukapuka Aotearoa look for bravery and honesty in critical judgments, and very rarely do we see those virtues used as veils for the vice of malice or for the purpose of attack.
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