The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 9, Issue 2 (May 1, 1934.)
“Shibli” Listens in
“Shibli” Listens in.
Will Lawson, who recently left for Sydney, is now editing a travel magazine there.
Marcus Mark's “Memories,” published recently by Endeavour Press, Sydney, has received splendid notices from New Zealand newspaper critics. Brisk sales are reported.
Miss Jane Mander proposes to stay in New Zealand for some time yet. She is busy on another novel.
The publication of a non-religious, non-political magazine dealing with Irish affairs, is under consideration in Auckland.
Hector Bolitho's latest book, “Victoria, the Widow, and Her Son,” is due for early publication.
Miss Ivy Gibbs, a writer of slender but charming verse, is now a resident of Napier.
Several New Zealand books sold at a recent auction sale in Wellington, could have been bought at local book-sellers at a much lower (published) price.