Kate writes fiction for all ages and is co-editor of Annual and Annual 2. Her award-winning books include The 10pm Question, The ACB of Honora Lee, and From the Cutting Room of Barney Kettle.
Kate De Goldi reviews books on Radio New Zealand and teaches creative writing in schools.
Read more about Kate...
- in conversation with Rae Heta
6pm-7pm, Saturday 6 July, ASB Theatre, 2 Hutcheson St, Blenheim, $20
Back by popular demand, Kate De Goldi is always a festival favourite. Kate reflects on her life of reading and writing and tells us all about her latest project: running a new children's imprint for Massey University Press with Susan Paris, editor of the School Journal. They are on a mission to provide quality material for middle readers - those 8-13 year olds who are reading substantial, challenging books, but are not ready for young adult literature.
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