Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Kennedy, Anne

[Photograph: Jan Kemp (2002)]

Anne Kennedy (b. 1959)


New New Zealand Poets in Performance (2008):

I was a feminist in the eighties
Cat Tales
Whenua (2)

Aotearoa NZ Poetry Sound Archive (2004):


1. from 100 Traditional Smiles [3 & 64]
2. from Musica Ficta:
The sudden caught breath of a windchime
Five, no Four beats in Arthur Rubinstein
3. from Sing Song:
Whenua (1)
Cat Tales
Wet Patch
I was a feminist in the 80s
Love Poem (1)
Whenua (2)

Bio /Bibliography:

Anne Kennedy has published a novella and two novels. Her short fictions have featured widely in New Zealand journals and anthologies. She has been awarded the BNZ Katherine Mansfield Short Story Award, the ICI Award and a Literary Fellowship at the University of Auckland. Anne Kennedy works as a scriptwriter and editor, and as a reviewer. She lives in Auckland with her partner, Robert Sullivan, and their two children.


A Boy and His Uncle (Picador, 1998)
Musica Ficta (UQP/AUP, 1993)
100 Traditional Smiles (VUP, 1988)

Short Fiction

in many anthologies including:
The Picador Book of Contemporary New Zealand Fiction (1996)
The Oxford Book of New Zealand Short Stories (1992)
Some Other Country (Bridget Williams, 1992)
The Penguin Book of Contemporary New Zealand Short Stories (1989)
Goodbye to Romance (Allen and Unwin, 1989)

Published in many literary journals including:

Landfall, Sport, NZ Listener, Southerly (Australia), JAAM

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