WORLD OF WORDS - Interview
Nick Bollinger worked as a postie and trained as a teacher before finding an outlet for his musical obsession as a journalist and critic. His latest book, Goneville, is a coming-of-age story and an intimate look at the evolving music scene in 1970s New Zealand. It shows how music intersected - sometimes violently - with the prevailing culture, in which real men played rugby, not rock.
Sun, 2.00 pm, Kunming Stage