The NZ Listener
This is my favourite NZ magazine and it seems to me the latest issue is filled with especially interesting pieces.
Lengthy book reviews by David Larsen (Jim Crace's The Pesthouse) and David Eggleton (Cultural Amnesia by Clive James), a nice tribute to Auckland Writers & Readers Festival director Jill Rawnsley, Joanne Black on Tintin, a great cover story on NZ art and heaps more.
But having said all that I must say that one does get sick and tired of Keith Stewart bleating on about screwcaps on wine bottles. Get over it Keith !
Along with virtually every wine consumer in New Zealand I love them - easy to open, easy to store, and best of all no more corked wine. I suspect Keith Stewart is past his use-by date, corked perhaps, and its time the Listener found a new wine correspondent.