Long and winding road

The Statesman talks to nomadic NZ writer, Will Marks, about his ongoing love affair with India while reviewing his debut novel, The Highway. “I didn’t have a lot of expectations of India but when I finally landed up here in 1998 it affected me in a stronger way than the 40 countries that I visited ever did.” The Highway is praised as “a lucid otherworldly trip on the undulating road to nirvana and self-discovery across the Indian subcontinent.”


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Famed Manager Alan Niven recalls G N’ R Days

Famed Manager Alan Niven recalls G N’ R Days

Former Guns N’ Roses manager Wellington-born Alan Niven, who ushered the band through their Appetite for Destruction era, has shared his first thoughts on meeting the band in 1986, Scott Ng…