My first three books were all published by Wellington publisher HeadworX:
Extreme Weather Events (short story collection, 2001)
Boat People (poetry collection, 2002)
All Blacks’ Kitchen Gardens (poetry collection, 2007)
Other than a few copies of each that I produce with a flourish* to put on the sales table when I do readings, these books have been long out of print. But I’m pleased to say that, through the tireless work of HeadworX publisher Mark Pirie, these books and a number of other have now been made available as ebooks in epub format, and you can buy them at Lulu.com.
(Epub format won’t work on an Amazon Kindle without version conversion, but it will work on most other ebook readers, laptops and tablets.)
Books by the following authors – including hardbacks, paperbacks and ebooks – are currently available:
Alistair Te Ariki Campbell and Meg Campbell
That’s quite a list, and shows what a great contribution HeadworX has made to publishing New Zealand poetry and fiction.
With all but one of my published books now available in at least one format, this seems like a good time to run through them all, from oldest to newest – so over the next few months I’ll put up a series of posts that take you all the way from Boat People (2001) to New Sea Land (2016).
*for a given value of flourish.