Please join us on Tuesday 21 November at the National Library – or via zoom link if you’re unable to attend in person.
You’re invited to the National Library Auditorium on 21 November to get to know our latest writers. New Zealand poet Rachel O’Neill has just finished
Read the latest newsletter from the Friends of Randell Cottage and find out about events in October and November.
A newly-launched novel by Stephen Daisley traces the harsh Second World War experiences of twin brothers serving in the Taranaki regiment as it fought in Crete, Egypt and Italy.
Applications are now open for one of New Zealand’s top writing residencies: the 2024 Creative New Zealand Randell Cottage Writers Fellowship.
Julien Blanc-Gras now joins the prestigious tradition of writers in residence at Randell Cottage, where he will reside in Wellington from January to May 2024.
We celebrate a newly-launched publication, We Need To Talk About Norman: New Zealand’s Lost Leader, by journalist, editor and biographer, Denis Welch, who was our writer-in-residence in 2013.
After the June AGM, current resident Rachel O’Neill talked with Siân Robyns, journalist and former Trustee of the Randell Cottage.
Two of our French residents Sedef Ecer and Caroline Laurent were interviewed by the French Embassy in New Zealand about their time at the cottage and in Wellington.
You are invited to the Annual General Meeting of Friends of the Randell Cottage Writers Trust to be held on: Thursday 1 June 2023, at 12 noon in Room 4 of the Alliance Française, Level 3, Dominion Bldg, Victoria St. Wellington.