Warmest congratulations to Dame Fiona, who has been awarded the inaugural Fellowship offered by the Centre for Irish and Scottish Studies at the University of Otago.
On 19 February, Editions Plein Jour in Paris published Baby Farmer by the 2020 French writer at Randell Cottage, Amaury da Cunha.
It is a century since the death of Sarah Randell (née Gillard), one of the pioneering Randell couple whose Thorndon cottage is now held in trust as a writer’s residence.
Creative New Zealand is calling for applications from established New Zealand writers for the Michael King Writer’s Fellowship, valued at $100,000.
The fellowship is awarded every two years to authors of any literary genre, who…
Newly returned to Aotearoa New Zealand after four years teaching and writing in Edinburgh, Lynn Davidson is to be the 2021 Creative New Zealand Randell
Applications are now open for the 2021 Creative New Zealand Randell Cottage Writers Fellowship. The fellowship comprises a stipend, currently set at $27,450, and six
Caroline Laurent will join the Randell Cottage writer residency programme as the 2021 French artist in residence. Born in 1988 and of French-Mauritian origins, Caroline
Combined Open Days at Randell Cottage, Lilburn House and the Rita Angus Cottage – the homes of New Zealand writers, composers, and artists. Join us
Once again, the Randell Cottage and garden will be open to visitors for a once-a-year opportunity on Sunday 1 November as part of the annual
Paddy Richardson, the 2019 CNZ Randell Cottage Writing Fellow, says she loves research but there is no substitute for actually treading the same ground as the characters she’s writing about. Her Randell project, The Green of the Spring, focuses on the experiences of Otto Bader, a German internee on Matiu Somes Island during WWI. The great value of the Randell residency was the opportunity it gave her to get to know Wellington and to visit and stay on the island.