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Web site of author Chad Taylor, author of the novels Pack of Lies, Heaven, Shirker and Electric; site has information on his works, interviews with the author etc
Official web site of one of New Zealand's most prolific and successful writers of children's books (has written 600); lives in Wellington & Marlborough Sounds
Biographical article on Katherine Mansfield, who was born in Wellington in 1888, and died in England at the age of 34; she published three books of short stories in her lifetime and a fourth & fifth came out after her death; part of nzedge.com
Non-profit national organisation that promotes and supports literature; web site has information on New Zealand writers, literary magazines, book organisations, book events, awards, grants, competitions etc; based in Wellington
Contains a list of New Zealand writers with lists of published works, bibliographies etc; part of the web site of the Auckland University Library
120 Mayoral Drive, Auckland, New Zealand    Map
Represents the professional interests of New Zealand writers; has around 1,000 members whose work range from adult and children's fiction to poetry, plays, non-fiction, management, academic and spiritual writing; based in Auckland; sells books online
Brief biographies of New Zealand writers (500 of them), arranged alphabetically; part of the New Zealand Book Council web site
65-69 Abel Smith Street, Wellington 6011, New Zealand    Map
Promotes, encourages and facilitates the performance, appreciation and study of the works of William Shakespeare and his contemporaries; part of an international network of such centres, with HQ in London, UK; site has other Shakespeare resources too
Book by Witi Ihimaera now made into a movie; other books include Pounamu, Pounamu; Tangi; The Matriarch; Bulibasha, King of the Gypsies; Whanau; The New Net Goes Fishing; Dear Miss Mansfield; The Dream Swimmer etc
One of NZ's foremost literary figures & a distinguished novelist, literary critic, poet, essayist, & emeritus professor of English at University of Auckland; made a Member of the Order of NZ in 2007
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