Escalator new title Like Nobody’s Watching by L J Ritchie is second on the Unity Wellington bestseller list this week.
Read Helen Waaka’s post written by Grant Brookes NZNO president about the Indigenous Nurses conference in Auckland.
L.J. Ritchie’s upcoming young adult novel Like Nobody’s Watching focuses on issues of surveillance at high school. L.J. Ritchie sat down with political journalist Nicky Hager, author of Dirty Politics, to talk about the ethical considerations and boundaries of public… Continue Reading
At Escalator Press we’re really interested in book groups, and being as useful as possible to them. On the Escalator website there are notes for book groups on all the Escalator books, and in the last couple of months Rudy… Continue Reading
There are as many ways to approach writing as there are authors but all would agree that it is a lonely profession. No matter who you are, or how you write, you will commune with your muse in a richly… Continue Reading
Pope Francis has made a personal donation to Iraqi Christians in Kurdistan who have fled oppression in Iraq. A papal delegation, including two Italian bishops, spent April 1-4 in the city of Erbil, the capital of Iraqi Kurdistan, which houses… Continue Reading
Escalator books are suggested reading for senior students around New Zealand. With six books available, Escalator publications provide a rich resource for English teachers looking for original material. Our hallmark of excellent storytelling goes hand-in-hand with issues that matter from… Continue Reading
Whitireia Creative Writing Programme Arts on Score Sunday, Radio New Zealand.
A Score for new publisher Escalator Press and its first book Newswire