Book Update: Events, Reviews

cover-jpeg-mediumThis is the year of the book for me, and it really hits high speed in September when the Prochoice Highway takes to the road. In the meantime, there are a few book related events percolating over the winter, and the list is kept up-to-date over at the Highway’s events page. Here’s the latest rundown:

27 June 2013: Alison McCulloch and Morgan Healey will speak at the Wellington Rape Crisis AGM. (Not a public event.)

24 July 2013: Auckland launch of Fighting to Choose. 5:30 p.m., Gus Fisher Gallery, Shortland St, central Auckland.

26-27 July 2013: An ALRANZ/Highway book and info stall at the CTU Women’s Conference in Wellington.

29 July-2 August 2013: Otago University Students’ Association Women’s Week. Details TBA.

23-25 August 2013: A Highway book and info stall at Labour Women’s Conference: Community Building Project, Onehunga, Auckland.

25 August 2013: Ladies’ Litera-Tea. From 1-5 p.m. Auckland. Details TBA.

                                  

Reviews

January 18, 2014, Listener, Reviewed by Rosemary McLeod

Women’s Studies Journal (NZ), 2013, 27:1. (Links to a PDF) Reviewed by Linda Bryder.

October 19, Otago Daily Times:  Abortion Rights Struggle Makes Compelling Read, by Elspeth McLean

September 2013:  (links to pdf) Journal of Primary Healthcare, Vol 5, No 3, Sept 2013, by Dr. Carol Shand

August 16: Online in the Nelson Mail, by Sarah Dunn.

July 2. Scoop Review of Books, by Megan Whelan

June 25. The International Socialist Organisation of Aotearoa/New Zealand, by Shomi Yoon.

May 23. At the Booksellers New Zealand Blog, by Nikki Whyte.

May 9. At the Daily Blog, by Queen of Thorns.

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