As a class, women seem always to have been too busy to say much about themselves. And sometimes it has seemed that the more worthwhile their deeds the less they said about them. Few women have had Boswells, though many should have. Kate Campbell Hurd-Mead, 1937
Posted: Tuesday June 18, 2019
Posted: Thursday June 13, 2019
NZ PREMIERE / Winner of the 2014 Pulitzer Prize
Posted: Wednesday June 12, 2019
Congratulations to Robyn Maree Pickens from Dunedin on becoming a finalist of the University of Leeds Inaugural Brotherton Poetry Prize ....
Robyn is fourth from the left
Posted: Tuesday June 11, 2019
Jim Sullivan reviews Going for Grain, a history of the last 150 years of the iconic Dunedin company Harraway and Sons Ltd, written by Rebecca Reid.
Posted: Monday June 10, 2019
WINS THE SCWBI CRYSTAL KITE MEMBER CHOICE AWARD 2019
Posted: Friday June 7, 2019
Arts Access Aotearoa | Putanga Toi ki Aotearoa is looking for a networking expert to fulfil the role of Access, Inclusion and Participation Advisor, as part of a small dynamic team based in Wellington.
Posted: Thursday June 6, 2019
The New Zealand National Commission for UNESCO is inviting expressions of interest (EOI) for major grant funding from organisations with projects, events, programmes or initiatives that reflect our mission:
Posted: Tuesday May 21, 2019