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Season two is out, and it's not one to watch for some light relief, writes Ellen Falconer.
These two men in wigs are *definitely* the foremost experts on female friendship.
Work it out.
Stories from the other side of the bar.
Time to recognise.
Start a band, take the stage.
There's more to come from Cleo Barnett.
She's evolved from pop world outsider to bonafide pop star.
Why are the awards recognising the best local music scared of something a little unexpected?
Aaradhna refused an award at New Zealand Music Awards because she felt she’d been “been placed in the category of brown people”.
Ashleigh Young on why it’s OK – important even – to spend time away from writing.
Courtney Sina Meredith was told that her second book would be even harder to get out than her first. Here's how she got it done.
The poet talks love, oversharing, and getting to the bottom of your shit.
A new guide to help you get some action.
How one girl and her webcam became the first YouTube sensation.
All that's good in music this week, including songs from Nao, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Joey Bada$$ and more.
(You'll need to be good at everything.)
A new collection of poetry by Gregory Kan brings together the past and the present.
Author Paula Hawkins on the inspiration for her break-out The Girl on the Train.
We've gone through the programme with a fine-toothed comb.
The full Auckland Writers Festival line-up has been announced.
The co-founder of The Toast and former Gawker writer on publishing online, her love of The Simpsons and how to respond to criticism.
Choice and free will, as explained by five different religious leaders.
Illustrators Rae Joyce and Indira Neville on publishing the first anthology of female comic artists in NZ and curtailing the 'competent boy comics'.
Our picks for the NZ Festival.