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Patron: Professor Kirsty Gunn

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

Essay Prize 2011 Winner and Essay Prize 2012

12 May 2011

The Katherine Mansfield Society is pleased to announce the name of the winner of its second international essay prize competition, on the theme of ‘Katherine Mansfield and the Arts’. The judges, Kirsty Gunn and Vincent O’Sullivan, chaired by Angela Smith, were unanimous in their view that one of the essays, written by a postgraduate student, was outstanding in the originality of its approach and in the subtlety of its expression.

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Katherine Mansfield and Literary Modernism edited by Janet Wilson, Gerri Kimber and Susan Reid

11 May 2011

New selection of essays on Katherine Mansfield. Published by Continuum

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Katherine Mansfield is to once again grace the streets of Wellington

11 May 2011

‘Woman of Words’, a sculpture commemorating the life and work of Wellington and New Zealand’s most internationally recognised literary figure, Katherine Mansfield, has been selected for Midland Park on Lambton Quay in Wellington.

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