Guest Speaker: Raymond Huber
By Dunedin UNESCO City of Literature | Posted: Monday October 9, 2017
Creative Cities Southern Hui warmly welcomes RAYMOND HUBER as guest speaker. Raymond will be speaking at Centre for the Book: Books and Users on Wednesday 29th November.
Raymond Huber is an author and freelance editor.
His children's novels, Sting and Wings, are science-based fantasy; his picture books, Flight of the Honey Bee and Gecko, are published internationally; and Peace Warriors is a YA book about non-violent resistance.
Raymond has also written many educational workbooks, school readers and children’s radio plays. His early jobs include primary school teacher, community worker, gardener and bug counter.
Raymond lives with author/publisher Penelope Todd on Otago Peninsula; they have three children and two grandsons.
His presentation at the Centre For the Book Symposium is titled 'Books For Your Inner Child.'
Raymond is looking forward to being the 2018 University of Otago College of Education/Creative New Zealand Children’s Writer in Residence.
Find out more about Raymond on his website: www.raymondhuber.co.nz.
The University of Otago's Centre for the Book: Books and Users symposium, on Wednesday 29th November, explores the many ways we interact with the ubiquitous object we call the book, and probes the meaning of 'user'.