The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 9, Issue 4 (July 2, 1934.)
There is talk of a new woman's weekly in Wellington.
The possibility of bringing out small limited editions of the work of leading New Zealand poets was discussed recently in Auckland. Granting the financial backing the work should go ahead.
During his stay in Auckland, Hector Bolitho had some thirty manuscripts of potential novels sent to him for his opinion.
The New Zealand centre of the P.E.N. has agreed to the cabled request of London Headquarters that Miss Nelle Scanlan represent it at the Scottish Congress.
One of the most successful first novels published in Australia for a decade is “The Doughman,” by the New Zealander, Robert Desmond Tate.