Writers and supporters will gather for a public meeting on November 11 to protest serious concerns about our National Library’s partnership with the Internet Archive.
“To find that a great national library like that of New Zealand is collaborating in a scheme to break the cherished copyright laws and give our work away for nothing is profoundly shocking,” said Sir Philip Pullman, the president of the United Kingdom Society of Authors, in a recent letter sent to the library. Read full Stuff report here
The public meeting will go ahead on Thursday 11 November 7-9pm at St Peter’s Church on 211 Willis Street, Wellington. Ten writers will speak and read on the night. All welcome.