Emma Espiner on a coming-out memoir by her friend Lil O’Brien.
Emma Espiner starts her career as a doctor later this year, and she doesn’t want to be reflecting years down the track on a post-Covid health system that still favours some ethnicities over others.
The debut novel by a previously unknown author from Westport has sensationally won the 2020 Ockham New Zealand book award – and $55,000 – for best novel. Emma Espiner responds to Auē by Becky Manawatu.
Emma Espiner makes a slow and deliberate trip to the supermarket, where she finds we are approaching social distancing in a very NZ way.
Women are declining a lifesaving cancer screening test because of shame about their bodies. Emma Espiner looks at the reasons why.