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Patron: Professor Kirsty Gunn

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).
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  • 20% discount on all books published by Edinburgh University Press
  • Special member offers.
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Latest News

Notebooks Available

27 August 2009

Notebooks are now SOLD OUT

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Menton Brochure

25 August 2009

Download your copy of the flyer and poster that have been produced and distributed in Menton and the surrounding region. Feel free to forward/use as appropriate, including on websites, to publicise "New Zealand Week" in Menton (21-26 September).

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Menton Social Calendar

25 August 2009

Courtesy of the New Zealand Embassy a social events calendar is available for the NZ week in Menton in September.

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Menton Event Gaining Momentum

18 August 2009


The Symposium dinner will take place on Thursday 24 September 7.30 pm for 8 pm. The venue is the exclusive Hotel Napoleon, 29 Porte de France, overlooking the Mediterranean in Menton, which has a highly regarded restaurant:

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5 August 2009

"While reading the Katherine Mansfield Journals some words and sentences triggered glimpses in my mind like stars in the very dark of the night. I decided to capture these sparkles of truth through miniature images I made with an Exacto knife. This has culminated, 17 years later, in my book My Life after Kathleen Mansfield Beauchamp which I am happy to share with mansfield followers everywhere." Rachel Bernard

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