Plenty Issue 15

It’s all good as we talk politics with James Shaw, get it on like Donkey Kong with Albert Belz, and meet ace Ōhiwa illustrator Katrin Kadelke, while J.P. Pomare puts Maketū on the literary map, Plenty gets to have its cake and eat it, and Jenny Michie talks about the sad demise of the jandal (kind of).


Astroman - Albert Belz

It’s back to the future in 80s Whakatāne video arcades with Albert Belz’s latest stage play Astroman

Call Me JOsh

Rotorua-born J.P. Pomare’s debut thriller wowed critics, started a bidding war, and scared the living daylights out of readers.

An interview with
James Shaw

You know the name, you know the face, but there’s lots you don’t know about the Green leader and his Bay connections.

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