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Auckland University Press is New Zealand’s leading scholarly publisher. Founded in 1966 and formally recognised as Auckland University Press in 1972, the Press has been at the forefront of ideas and creativity for decades. From James Belich’s New Zealand Wars to Chris Bourke’s Blue Smoke, from Allen Curnow’s Early Days Yet to Selina Tusitala Marsh’s Fast Talking PI, from The Dictionary of New Zealand Biography to Ngā Mōteatea, Auckland University Press books have changed how New Zealanders see themselves and their world.