The NZ Society of Authors is proudly supported by a range of organisations. We also take part in industry-wide coalitions and campaigns. Thanks to all those who support us and the literary sector in Aotearoa.

 

Creative New Zealand encourages, promotes and supports the arts in New Zealand for the benefit of all New Zealanders through funding, capability building, our international programme and advocacy.

Copyright Licensing New Zealand helps everyone who copies and shares anything from books and journals to do so legally. It’s all about doing right by our New Zealand authors, publishers and creators.

The Publishers Association of New Zealand actively represents publishers’ interests to industry and government. The PANZ advocacy team works to inform the relevant government departments and industry bodies of key issues facing book publishers and how we can work effectively together. Strong support from the publishing industry is vital to this work. Association members are a diverse mix of general, literary and educational publishers, ranging from small independent niche publishers to large multinationals.

Creative rights allow authors, illustrators and publishers to own and earn from their work. When we value these rights we get more: more creativity, more of our own Aotearoa New Zealand stories, more inspirational ideas, and access to more local knowledge.

Read NZ Te Pou Muramura (formerly NZ Book Council) helps grow the next generation of readers by delivering programmes in schools and communities.

 

 

Pub Charity ensures the funds raised in gaming machines in our Venue Operators’ hotels and taverns go back to support their local community wherever possible. We also fund a range of worthy national organisations that provide support to people all over New Zealand.

Nielsen is a global measurement and data analytics company that provides the most complete and trusted view available of consumers and markets worldwide.

 

Your Books is New Zealand’s #1 book printer.

WeCreate is the alliance of New Zealand’s creative industries.

The Coalition for Books is a collaborative organisation that aims to make a tangible difference in the literary landscape of Aotearoa, by rolling out strategic initiatives that will engage more audiences with a diverse range of New Zealand books and authors.

 

 

 

Auckland Local Boards provide governance at the local level within Auckland Council. They enable democratic decision making by, and on behalf of communities within the local board area.