NZSA WebWorkshops

A series of webinars to enable ongoing professional development

Posted: Tuesday June 9, 2020

The World in 2030

Posted: Thursday June 4, 2020

dtour app audio recording

Posted: Tuesday June 2, 2020

Finding a four leaf clover...

Posted: Monday June 1, 2020

Unconscious inspires book

Dunedin author and creative writing teacher Diane Brown has gone against the advice she gives her students, but she simply could not resist for her latest book. She talks to Rebecca Fox.

Posted: Thursday May 21, 2020

Update from Exisle Publishing

We've Been Publishing Successful Books for Three Decades. Now, We're Ready to Train the Next Generation of Authors.

Posted: Wednesday May 20, 2020

Top award for Milton scholar

English and Linguistics Programme Honorary Fellow Dr John Hale recently received the Milton Society of America’s honoured scholar award for his “notable contributions to Milton scholarship.”

Posted: Tuesday May 19, 2020

Knowing your Bowie

A new book on David Bowie makes connections, writes Tom McKinlay.

Posted: Tuesday May 19, 2020

Poet comes full circle

Receiving a national poetry award has extra special meaning for Dunedin poet Emma Neale, discovers Rebecca Fox.

Posted: Friday May 15, 2020

'Rock-star' writing from Carter

Shayne Carter of former Dunedin band Straitjacket Fits and Dimmer is a two-time winner in the 2020 Ockham NZ Book Awards for his memoir Dead People I Have Known.

Posted: Wednesday May 13, 2020

Dunedin Writers And Readers Festival Appoints a New Director

After a nationwide search, Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival has selected a new Director, appointing Hannah Molloy.

Posted: Wednesday May 13, 2020


Artists, designers and writers living in Dunedin are being invited to submit their artwork to a new project from the Dunedin Dream Brokerage, aiming to highlight the importance of the creatives in our neighbourhoods.

Posted: Tuesday May 5, 2020

Annabel Wilson talks about the Possibilities Project

on Otago Access Radio

Posted: Monday May 4, 2020

Tulip and Doug by Emma Wood

Posted: Thursday April 30, 2020

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