Win a books prize pack from WORD Christchurch Festival

by The Listener / 27 August, 2018

The prize

To celebrate WORD Christchurch, which starts on August 29 and runs until September 2, the Listener is giving away a selection of books by writers who feature in the festival.

The prize pack includes:

• Driving to Treblinka: A Long Search for a Lost Father by Diana Wichtel
• Dead Men's Trousers 
by Irvine Welsh
• The Stolen Stars of Matariki by Miriama Kamo
• Sea Change: Climate Politics and New Zealand by Bronwyn Hayward
• The Beat of the Pendulum: A Found Novel by Catherine Chidgey
• A Māori Word a Day: 365 Words To Kickstart Your Reo by Hēmi Kelly
• Tracks: A Woman's Solo Trek Across 1700 Miles of Australian Outback by Robyn Davidson
• Is It Bedtime Yet? by Emily Writes and friends
• How We Met: The Great Ways Love Begins by Michele A'Court
• False River by Paula Morris
• Gabriel's Bay by Catherine Robertson
• The Imaginary Lives of James Pōneke: A Novel by Tina Makereti
• Daughter of Gloriavale: My Life in a Religious Cult by Lilia Tarawera
 he's so MASC by Chris Tse
• A Jigsaw of Fire and Stars by Yaba Badoe
• Tightrope by Selina Tusitala Marsh
• Bonsai: Best Small Stories from Aotearoa New Zealand edited by Michelle Elvy, Frankie McMillan and James Norcliffe
• Millefiori by Omar Musa

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