Editorial – Issue 125

What’s in a name?

We are delighted to announce that Peppercorn Press has decided that this journal will henceforth be known as New Zealand Review of Books Pukapuka Aotearoa. The new name better reflects what we’ve always striven to do, and what our founders envisioned when they established the journal in 1991. The occasion of the 125th issue of this journal is marked by the purple cover which also graced our 100th issue. We shall proudly continue to offer a forum for incisive, thoughtful and discriminating long-form reviews of books written and published right here.

Louise O’Brien and Harry Ricketts

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