Wednesday, 21 March 2007

Where to buy your 'Free Radical'

I've been asked by a few people who want to pick up a Free Radical from their local bookseller exactly which booksellers carry it, so here's a definitive list from around the country:
CENTRAL AUCKLAND: Borders, Whitcoulls and the Uni Bookshop in Alfred St.
GREATER AUCKLAND: Take Note in Browns Bay and Manurewa; Eastridge Paper Plus; Magazzino in Newmarket and Ponsonby; Mag Nation, St Lukes; Mainly Mags, Remuera; and the Takapuna Magascene.
HAMILTON: Accent Magazines, Alexandra St.
TAURANGA: Mag Addiction, Devonport Rd.
TAUPO: Whitcoulls
WANGANUI: Aromoho Mags, Magzone and Whitcoulls.
FEILDING: Paper Plus
WELLINGTON: Freemans, City Cards and Magnetix in Lambton Quay; Regency Magazines, Willis St; the Johnsonville Whitcoulls; Take Note, Tawa; Freeman's in Molesworth St; and Clarrie's in Post Office Square.
MOTUEKA: Budden's Bookshop.
CHRISTCHURCH: Canterbury Mags and Scorpio Books, Downtown; Borders, Riccarton; Piccadilly, Avonhead; Uni Books, Ilam; Whitcoulls and the Stanmore Book Shop in Linwood; Leslie's Book Shop over in Lyttleton; and the Merivale Paper Plus in Papanui.
QUEENSTOWN: Whitcoulls
DUNEDIN: Paper Plus and Whitcoulls downtown.
INVERCARGILL: Whitcoulls.
If your local isn't in the list, then you can either get them to order in a copy, or download a digital copy. And you can always subscribe, just to make completely sure that you never, ever miss out...

5 comments:

  1. GREATER AUCKLAND: Take Note in Browns Bay and Manurewa; Eastridge Paper Plus; Magazzino in Newmarket and Ponsonby; Mag Nation, St Lukes; Mainly Mags, Remuera; and the Takapuna Magascene.

    Shame that doesn't include the Hekensville Take Note.

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  2. Being a subscriber I found Peter's tremendous organ in my box yesterday afternoon, with a suscription note that I should pay attention to. Looks like being a good read Cresswell, you've really taken it to new heights.

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  3. "Being a subscriber I found Peter's tremendous organ in my box yesterday afternoon.....


    Eric.....please! Its lunch time for Chrits sake...:-O

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  4. Ok, I bought it today at Borders Queen St. Couldn't decide between it and Gentlemen Quarterly so bought both.
    Seemed a bit expensive though. A bottle of Corbans Shiraz at Foodtown was considerably less.

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  5. Yes. The Gentleman's Quarterly can be expensive. ;)

    I hope you enjoy them both. :-)

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