• NZSA Oral History Podcast Episode 2: Gordon McLauchlan

    Through his writing, radio and television projects Gordon McLauchlan is known for his wit, cultural criticism and works of New Zealand history. He also played a critical role in securing authors rights, advocating as president of the NZSA for kiwi writers during the economic reforms of the early 1990’s and for freedom of speech for writers worldwide through PEN. Listen to his July 2000 interview with Michael King here.

  • NZSA Oral History Podcast Episode 1: Lauris Edmond

    Lauris Edmond was a New Zealand poet, novelist and editor who also wrote for radio and the stage. In 1999, just months before her death, she sat down with Alison Gray in what may be her last interview. Listen to it here.

  • NZSA Oral History Podcast Series Promo 1

    The New Zealand Society of Authors is opening its audio history! Find out more about the series. Launching 27 September.