Otago University Press
Otago University Press publishes quality non-fiction books on New Zealand and the Pacific. We focus on publishing books of scholarly and cultural significance that enrich society and represent a diverse range of perspectives and histories.
Our genres include history, Māori/Pacific, natural history, contemporary issues, biography/memoir, essays and creative non-fiction, poetry and the arts.
We also publish Landfall, New Zealand’s longest-running and leading journal of new writing and art, and the digital review site Landfall Review Online.
Established in 1948, Otago University Press is the oldest university press in New Zealand. We are based at the University of Otago in Dunedin.
Otago University Press is a member of PANZ, NZSA and the American Association of University Presses. Information about our recent publications and our backlist titles is on our website.
Otago University Press Books
Fossil Treasures of Foulden Maar: A window into Miocene ZealandiaRead more
Histories of Hate: The Radical Right in Aotearoa New ZealandRead more
Aftermaths: Colonialism, Violence and Memory in Australia, New Zealand and the PacificRead more
Strong Words 3Read more
Notes on WomanhoodRead more
Katherine Mansfield’s Europe: Station to StationRead more