Vincent O’Sullivan (DCNZM) is one of New Zealand’s best-known writers. He is a poet, short story writer, novelist, playwright, critic, editor, biographer, and librettist. A former Poet Laureate, he jointly edited the five-volume Letters of Katherine Mansfield (Oxford University Press) and has won national book awards, three times for fiction and three times for poetry. He lives in Dunedin.
Events at Word
REMEMBERING RALPH HOTERESunday, 1 November 3:00 pm
Vincent O'Sullivan, Ralph Hotere's biographer, is joined by Bill Manhire, Cilla McQueen and Lisa Reihana to discuss the life and work of one of our greatest artists.
AN HOUR WITH VINCENT O’SULLIVANFriday, 30 October 3:00 pm
With a recent novel and story collection, and a forthcoming volume of poems, Vincent O'Sullivan, one of our most acclaimed and versatile writers, talks to Paul Millar about his writing career so far.