Last week, Dame Fiona Kidman won the 2019 Acorn Foundation Fiction Prize for her eleventh novel. Her first, A Breed of Women, was published 40 years ago, in 1979. Here, you can read the opening chapter.
A memoir by Dame Fiona Kidman on the occasion of a new, posthumous book of poems by her "beautiful friend", Lauris Edmond.
Among the protesters who gathered last week to oppose the sealing of the Pike River mine was the great NZ author Dame Fiona Kidman. Here she explains why more must be be done to retrieve the bodies of the 29 men killed in the 2010 disaster.
Dame Fiona Kidman reviews King RIch, the debut novel by columnist Joe Bennett.