Join the Katherine Mansfield Society

Patron: Dame Jacqueline Wilson

Annual membership starts from date of joining and includes the following benefits:

  • Free copy of Katherine Mansfield Studies, the Society’s prestigious annual yearbook published by Edinburgh University Press, including free on-line access to vols 1-4 (worth £25).
  • Three on-line newsletters per year, packed with information, news, reviews and much more.
  • Regular email bulletins with the latest news on anything related to KM and/or the Society (over 100 sent in 2012)
  • Reduced price fees for all KMS conferences.
  • 20% discount on all books published by Edinburgh University Press
  • Special member offers.
  • In addition, your membership fee goes to support the work of the KMS, a charitable organisation, which aims to promote worldwide awareness of Katherine Mansfield and her work. We have many projects in the pipeline, including collaboration on a Mansfield sculpture in her home town of Wellington, the setting up of international scholarships, and the continuing enhancement of our website, making it the world’s most comprehensive on-line information hub on anything and everything to do with Katherine Mansfield. If you enjoy browsing through our website, the result of hundreds of hours of work by volunteers, please show your support by becoming a member.

Latest News

KM Birthday Lecture 2012 Tickets now available

26 April 2012

Tickets for the 2012 Katherine Mansfield Birthday Lecture are available for purchase. More details can be found at the KM Birthday Lecture event page.

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Fourth Essay Competition: KM and the (Post)colonial

12 April 2012

The Katherine Mansfield Society is pleased to announce its fourth essay competition, open to all, on the subject of:

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KATHERINE MANSFIELD THIRD ESSAY PRIZE COMPETITION RESULTS

2 April 2012

The Katherine Mansfield Society is pleased to announce the winner of its third international essay prize competition, on the theme of ‘Katherine Mansfield and the Fantastic’. The judges, Professor Susan Sellers and Dr Marie Mulvey-Roberts, chaired by Professor Gina Wisker, were unanimous in their view that one of the essays submitted was outstanding in the originality of its approach and in the subtlety of its expression.

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