From left: Martin Edmond for non-fiction, Michele Leggott for poetry and Owen Marshall for fiction. Photo: Neil Mackenzie.
Emerging New Zealand writers Ellie Catton, Hamish Clayton and Craig Cliff at a book-signing as part of the NZ International Arts Festival 2012. Photo: Robert Catto.
International readers browse New Zealand literature at The Long Night of Māori Stories event, Berlin International Writers Festival 2012. Image credit: Manatū Taonga.
New Zealand authors gather for the Berlin International Writers Festival 2012
L–R: Joe Harawira, Alan Duff, James Belich, Hamish Clayton, Kate Camp, Kate De Goldi, Cathie Koa Dunsford, Peter Walker and Paula Morris.
Image: Manatū Taonga.
Lloyd Jones latest novel, Hand Me Down World, published by Penguin New Zealand.
11 Mar . 2014|From brass bands to arts installations, from kapa haka to amateur theatre, from knitting circles to youth arts projects, from cultural festivals to projects using arts… Read more
6 Mar . 2014|Creative Waikato will be running two new Creative Communities Scheme workshops on Wednesday 12 March 2014. The workshops are designed to assist the creative community… Read more
6 Mar . 2014|Creative New Zealand’s new governance structure takes effect from 1 May. This change will not affect our latest Quick Response, Arts Grants and Sector Development… Read more
Value: | Closes: 21 Mar . 2014
This residency provides an opportunity for a New Zealand writer (in any genre) of pacific heritage to work on a project exploring Pacific identity, culture or history. The residency is three months long and based at the Centre for Pacific Islands Studies at the University of Hawaii. More information
Value: based on application | Closes: 30 Apr . 2014
Designed for well-run, financially sound organisations to deliver excellent programmes of activity that fulfil specific key roles in New Zealand’s arts infrastructure. More information
The Michael King/ University of Auckland Writer's Fellowship
Grant type: Fellowship, Award, Residency
Amount recieved: $20,000 Read more
Grant type: Arts leadership investment
Amount recieved: Ongoing Read more
The Big Idea - driving editorial and community engagement
Grant type: Arts development investment
Amount recieved: $30,000 Read more