Antony Millen

Antony Millen is head of English at Taumarunui High School. He has written three novels, and his short stories have been published in Landfall and Headland. He was a runner-up in the 2016 Surrey Hotel writers residency award. Antony was born in Nova Scotia in 1971.

Books
Jul 18, 2017

We cross live to Taumarunui and search for signs of literature

In the second of our occasional series of reports of literary activity in provincial towns, Taumaranui writer Antony Millen - a runner-up in last year's Surrey Hotel writers residency award - describes what goes on in the King Country.

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Books
Sep 26, 2016

The Monday Surrey Hotel Residency Report: Antony Millen takes the trunk line up from Taumarunui

Antony Millen of Taumaranui was runner-up of the 2016 Surrey Hotel Steve Braunias Memorial Writers Residency in Association with The Spinoff Award – and used his time at the spacious and splendid Grey Lynn hotel to write 28,000 words of his next YA novel. Yowsa!

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