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Margaret Mahy is New Zealand’s most celebrated children’s writer. She wrote over 100 books, published in 15 different languages, and continues to be read around the world. In May 2000, Alison Gray interviewed Margaret for the New Zealand Society of Authors Oral History Project.โดย NZ Society of Authors
 
As a poet, essayist, biographer and editor, Brian Turner has become one of New Zealand's most significant writers on landscape, the environment and sport. In this episode, Brian and Naomi Arnold have a wide-ranging discussion about Brian's writing, environmental activism, sports connections and work in publishing.…
 
Season 4 of the NZSA Oral History podcast continues in a second episode with Barbara Else, from her 2020 oral history interview with Naomi Arnold. In this episode you can hear Barbara and Naomi discuss NZSA, copyright, author incomes, and much more about not just writing books, but also the business of books.…
 
Dunedin-based Barbara Else is a successful New Zealand author who has also run one of Aotearoa’s oldest literary agencies, TFS. She has held fellowships and scholarships throughout her career, was made a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit, and was awarded the Margaret Mahy Medal, both in recognition of her services to literature. In part 1 of…
 
Philip Temple is an award-winning author of ten novels and more than thirty non-fiction books for both adults and children. He has held many of our top residencies, was made an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit for Services to Literature, and been the recipient of a Prime Minister’s Award for Literary Achievement. He has also been a campaig…
 
This episode is part 2 of Naomi Arnold's 2020 oral history interview with Kyle Mewburn. Naomi and Kyle talk about the issues authors face, both on and off the page, and Kyle's time as NZSA president: "I was known for being flippant, because I am flippant, how very observant of these people to notice!". An open look at the life of a NZ writer and au…
 
Kyle Mewburn is one of New Zealand's most prolific and eclectic writers. Kyle became a full-time writer in 1997 and was President of NZSA for four years, she is dedicated to the welfare of writers across Aotearoa. Kyle talked with Naomi Arnold in 2020, and begins season 4 of the NZSA Oral History Podcast.…
 
This podcast was recorded at the 2020 Janet Frame Memorial Lecture, given by the NZSA President of Honour 2020-2021, Paula Morris. The prestigious position of NZSA President of Honour is bestowed on a senior writer and long-serving member in recognition of their contribution to writing and writers and the literary arts sector in Aotearoa. Paula Mor…
 
Owen Marshall is a celebrated New Zealand writer. Often referred to as one of this country's best short-story writers, Owen is also a novelist and poet. He has been awarded many of the top literary fellowships and honours available to New Zealand writers and was the New Zealand Society of Authors President of Honour in 2007-2008. Owen spoke with De…
 
In our last episode, author Chris Else talked to Deborah Shepard about his many years of active service for the New Zealand Society of Authors. During those years Chris was also writing and working as a literary agent. His writing life is the focus of this episode.โดย NZ Society of Authors
 
Chris Else is a New Zealand author and literary agent. Along with his own writing, and promoting the writing of others, Chris has dedicated much of his life to advocacy work on behalf of New Zealand authors. In the first of two podcasts with Chris, he talks to Deborah Shepard about his long involvement with NZSA.…
 
New Zealand Society of Authors Te Puni Kaituhi O Aotearoa (PEN NZ Inc) brings you this special edition of NZSA Live! featuring content from the 2018 National Writers Forum. This episode features a discussion on writing sex and romance with Catherine Robertson, Lani Wendt Young and Steff Green.Like the music? Buy the track from NZ pianist Justin Bir…
 
New Zealand Society of Authors Te Puni Kaituhi O Aotearoa (PEN NZ Inc) brings you this special edition of NZSA Live! featuring content from the 2018 National Writers Forum. This episode features a discussion on making it in the international market with Paula Morris, David Ling and Tracy Farr.Like the music? Buy the track from NZ pianist Justin Bir…
 
Dame Joy Cowley is one of New Zealand’s most loved and recognised authors, having published over six hundred titles for children and adults. In her own quiet way Joy has been a longtime NZSA member, and a supporter of authors in Aotearoa. This discussion with Deborah Shepard is a must for anyone interested in children's writing and reading.…
 
New Zealand Society of Authors Te Puni Kaituhi O Aotearoa (PEN NZ Inc) brings you this special edition of NZSA Live! featuring content from the 2018 National Writers Forum. This episode features a discussion on writing books in a series with Mandy Hager, Kyle Mewburn, Vanda Symon and Anna Mackenzie.Like the music? Buy the track from NZ pianist Just…
 
New Zealand Society of Authors Te Puni Kaituhi O Aotearoa (PEN NZ Inc) brings you this special edition of NZSA Live! featuring content from the 2018 National Writers Forum. This episode features a discussion on books, reading and writing in a digital age with Rhonda Kite, Edwin McRae and Pip Adams.Like the music? Buy the track from NZ pianist Justi…
 
New Zealand Society of Authors Te Puni Kaituhi O Aotearoa (PEN NZ Inc) brings you this special edition of NZSA Live! featuring content from the 2018 National Writers Forum. This episode features a panel discussion on YA writing with Mandy Hager, Lani Wendt Young, and Anna Mackenzie.Like the music? Buy the track from NZ pianist Justin Bird: https://…
 
New Zealand Society of Authors Te Puni Kaituhi O Aotearoa (PEN NZ Inc) brings you this special edition of NZSA Live! featuring content from the 2018 National Writers Forum. This episode features Dr Anita Heiss in discussion with Paula Morris about carving a path in a fairly monocultural literary landscape and nurturing indigenous literature.Like th…
 
New Zealand Society of Authors Te Puni Kaituhi O Aotearoa (PEN NZ Inc) brings you this special edition of NZSA Live! featuring content from the 2018 National Writers Forum. This episode features a discussion on book translation with Anahera Gildea, Vana Manasiadis and Herewini Easton.Like the music? Buy the track from NZ pianist Justin Bird: https:…
 
New Zealand Society of Authors Te Puni Kaituhi O Aotearoa (PEN NZ Inc)brings you this special edition of NZSA Live! featuring content from the 2018 National Writers Forum. This episode features a how-to workshop on self-publishing with Lani Wendt Young.Like the music? Buy the track from NZ pianist Justin Bird: https://justinbird.bandcamp.com/track/…
 
New Zealand Society of Authors Te Puni Kaituhi O Aotearoa (PEN NZ Inc)brings you this special edition of NZSA Live! featuring content from the 2018 National Writers Forum. This episode features a workshop with Penny Hartill about book publicity.Like the music? Buy the track from NZ pianist Justin Bird: https://justinbird.bandcamp.com/track/bourree-…
 
New Zealand Society of Authors Te Puni Kaituhi O Aotearoa (PEN NZ Inc)brings you this special edition of NZSA Live! featuring content from the 2018 National Writers Forum. This episode features a panel discussion on the business side of writing. The panel included Catherine Robertson, Tracy Farr, Vicki Marsdon and Ranjana Gupta.Like the music? Buy …
 
New Zealand Society of Authors Te Puni Kaituhi O Aotearoa (PEN NZ Inc)brings you this special edition of NZSA Live! featuring content from the 2018 National Writers Forum. This episode features a panel discussion on adaptations: books into TV and other mediums. The panel included Rhonda Kite, Martin Baynton, Charlotte Grimshaw and was chaired by Sa…
 
New Zealand Society of Authors Te Puni Kaituhi O Aotearoa (PEN NZ Inc)brings you this special edition of NZSA Live! featuring content from the 2018 National Writers Forum. This episode features a workshop on Writing Process for Essay and Memoir Writers with Lynn Jenner.Like the music? Buy the track from NZ pianist Justin Bird: https://justinbird.ba…
 
New Zealand Society of Authors Te Puni Kaituhi O Aotearoa (PEN NZ Inc)brings you this special edition of NZSA Live! featuring content from the 2018 National Writers Forum. This episode features Brannavan Gnanalingam's workshop on Creating 3D Characters.Like the music? Buy the track from NZ pianist Justin Bird:https://justinbird.bandcamp.com/track/b…
 
New Zealand Society of Authors Te Puni Kaituhi O Aotearoa (PEN NZ Inc)brings you this special edition of NZSA Live! featuring content from the 2018 National Writers Forum. This episode features a keynote address from author Dr Anita Heiss.Like the music? Buy the track from NZ pianist Justin Bird:https://justinbird.bandcamp.com/track/bourree-fantasq…
 
New Zealand Society of Authors Te Puni Kaituhi O Aotearoa (PEN NZ Inc)brings you this special edition of NZSA Live! with content from the 2018 National Writers Forum. This episode features a keynote address by author Lani Wendt Young.Like the music? Buy the track from NZ pianist Justin Bird:https://justinbird.bandcamp.com/track/bourree-fantasque-em…
 
David Hill has been a full time writer now for over thirty years. However, like many writers he began writing on-the-side while working as a secondary school teacher. Hear how he built and sustained a career in this episode of the NZSA Oral History Podcast.โดย NZ Society of Authors
 
Welcome to NZSA Live! where we share audio recorded at a variety of New Zealand Society of Authors events. Today’s podcast was recorded at the 2019 Janet Frame Memorial Address given by NZSA President of Honour 2019 - 2020, David Hill.โดย NZ Society of Authors
 
In the late 1950's Ray Grover was part of a small circle of Wellington writers that included Maurice Gee, Fleur Adcock and James K. Baxter. Shortly after publishing his first novel, 'Another Man’s Role' in 1967, Ray joined PEN NZ and quickly became involved in the executive. By 1974 he was President. Years later in February 2000 Ray sat down with A…
 
Ruth Dallas was a poet and children’s author. She worked side-by-side with the famous New Zealand editor, Charles Brasch at Landfall and had a long time friendship with Janet Frame. So why, when she began writing, did she do so in solitude and secret? Michael King asked Ruth this as part of their interview in 2000.…
 
Tony Simpson is an award-winner writer who has published seventeen books of New Zealand history. He’s a member of the New Zealand Order of Merit and was also president of PEN NZ during the turbulent 1980's. In this interview from 2005 he opens up about his experiences with PEN NZ, being forced out of the Arts Council, fighting with Robert Muldoon a…
 
Ian Cross began writing his first novel, 'The God Boy', while on a journalism fellowship at Harvard University. The book was a critical success and turn Ian into a famous kiwi author. However, his journey as a writer wasn't all sky-high. In 2004 Sarah Gaitanos interviewed Ian about his career.โดย NZ Society of Authors
 
Elsie Locke was a leader and writer for the New Zealand peace movement, living through almost the whole of the violent twentieth century. Yet to most New Zealanders she is best known for her children’s writing - at one time almost every home in the country had a copy of her children’s novel, The Runaway Settlers. At the age of 87 she sat down with …
 
Arriving in New Zealand as an orphan from the Cook Islands, Alistair Te Ariki Campbell went on to be one of New Zealand's most important twentieth century writers, reflecting his European and Pacific heritage in his work, leading the New Zealand Society of Authors as President in 1976, and being awarded an Office of the New Zealand Order of Merit. …
 
The NZSA Oral History Podcast Series is back from next week! We have dug through our archives to bring you New Zealand poets, playwrights, novelists and writers for children, all sharing their experiences of enduring in a writer’s life.โดย NZ Society of Authors
 
Christian Karlson Stead has been one of New Zealand’s greatest literary figures for many years as a novelist, literary critic, poet, essayist, lecturer and then emeritus professor of English at the University of Auckland. Karl was deeply involved in the New Zealand Society of Authors for many years and yet is also, famously, no longer a member. Bef…
 
Dame Christine Cole Catley was a journalist, publisher, teacher and author who was involved in PEN NZ from the 1950's. Known for her commitment to writing and publishing in New Zealand she was also deeply committed to other writers - teaching and encouraging them and working to set up systems and organisations which protected writers rights, freedo…
 
New Zealand poet and fiction writer Kevin Ireland has been honoured for his services to literature in New Zealand, receiving an OBE and a Prime Minister’s Award. Along with his writing, one of the ways Kevin advanced New Zealand literature was by spending two years as the president of PEN New Zealand. Hear him in June 2000 talk to Michael King abou…
 
Poet Bernard Brown was New Zealand Society of Authors President of Honour in 2017-18 and is a Taip?r?kau member. As a respected lawyer and law lecturer, he led the team giving advice on contracts and royalties for twenty years and also ran writing competitions for the Auckland Branch. Just before Christmas in 1999 Bernard sat down with Alison Gray …
 
Dame Fiona Kidman is a New Zealand writer and writing teacher who has been widely published and recognised at home and abroad. Her latest book, This Mortal Boy was released this year. As a young and newly successful author in the 1970's, Fiona found herself at the heart of the sometimes caustic and cavalier operations of PEN New Zealand. Listen to …
 
Through his writing, radio and television projects Gordon McLauchlan is known for his wit, cultural criticism and works of New Zealand history. He also played a critical role in securing authors rights, advocating as president of the NZSA for kiwi writers during the economic reforms of the early 1990’s and for freedom of speech for writers worldwid…
 
Lauris Edmond was a New Zealand poet, novelist and editor who also wrote for radio and the stage. In 1999, just months before her death, she sat down with Alison Gray in what may be her last interview. Listen to it here.โดย NZ Society of Authors
 
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