How cool is this!

Posted: Monday April 4, 2022

Exhibition - The Four Seasons (Spring)

Posted: Sunday April 3, 2022

I Know a Published Author

The New Zealand Women's Weekly ran a short story competition which Christine Athenaeum from Dunedin Athenaeum & Mechanics' Institute entered and won!

Posted: Sunday April 3, 2022

Te Papa Tupu 2022 – applications open!

Posted: Thursday March 31, 2022

2022 Ockham New Zealand Book Awards Samplers

Posted: Wednesday March 30, 2022

5,000 words, $10,000

Entries open for NZ’s richest short story competition

Posted: Wednesday March 30, 2022

Dunedin Fringe Festival Beyond Words Award sponsored by the City of Literature

.... and the winner is ....

Posted: Tuesday March 29, 2022

Win for Dunedin playwright

Dunedin playwright Emily Duncan has won the McNaughton South Island Play Award at the Adam Foundation New Zealand Play Awards, with an adaptation of a Katherine Mansfield short story.

Posted: Tuesday March 29, 2022

Farewell John Neumegen

DPAG art educator extraordinaire

Posted: Tuesday March 29, 2022

Poet well versed in taking it to street

Do you wish you were quick, concise and confident in your speaking? It can be hard enough stringing together a sentence, but one poet is proving her proficiency with words by writing poems for pedestrians on the streets of Dunedin.

Posted: Sunday March 27, 2022

Mātātuhi Foundation's Biannual Seed Funding round is NOW OPEN

Do you know some new and imaginative ways to increase the reach and engagement of NZ writers with NZ readers? The Mātātuhi Foundation wants to hear from you!

Posted: Sunday March 27, 2022

Centuries of Ngai Tahu history in 50 stories

Posted: Sunday March 27, 2022

Adam NZ Play Awards announced

Congratulations to all the wonderful winners in the Adam NZ Play Awards, including our own Emily Duncan who again won the McNaughton South Island Play Award, this time for The Woman at the Store adapted from the short story by Katherine Mansfield.

Posted: Sunday March 27, 2022

“and feather falling”

A tribute to Marilynn Webb

Posted: Sunday March 27, 2022

New Zealand writers under 25

Starling are seeking submissions for the 14th issue of Starling

Posted: Thursday March 24, 2022


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