Margaret Mahy interview, 1987: Things that go bump on the page
Issue Listener Plus 25th Jul 2012
From the archive: Pamela Stirling talks to the great New Zealand author in the Listener, dated October 31, 1987.
Issue 3612 1st Aug 2009
It's no use being sheepish about it. The Aussies find sheep jokes about New Zealanders hilarious - they were a favourite even of New Zealand-born Professor Fred Hollows, who later became an Australian citizen. Then, of course, there's the funny way we talk. There are long lusts of the words we get wrong.