Spanning thirty years, involving four interviewers and including over twenty writers, the New Zealand Society of Authors is opening its audio history. Hear authors tell their story of fighting institutions, government and sometimes each other to advocate for writers rights.
Hosted by Karyn Hay, the series will include interviews from the late 1990’s with writers such as Gordon McLauchlan, Lauris Edmond and Kevin Ireland, and more recent interviews with writers such as Tessa Duder, Witi Ihimaera and Joy Cowley.
The series will launch at the National Writers Forum and episodes will come out with each new Literary Bulletin.
We are opening our audio history in this compelling new podcast series. Launching at the National Writers Forum and beginning 27 September it will feature many of New Zealand's best writers in recordings made over the past 30 years.
Posted by New Zealand Society of Authors on Wednesday, 15 August 2018