Wellington: The City in Literature
Edited by Kate Camp, Series edited by Ian Watt
(0/5) Clear
loading... Loading...
In this impressive collection of short stories, poetry and extracts from novels and memoirs, Kate Camp captures the character of a unique city. Wellington is 'like a beautiful, moody lover,' Kate Camp says in her introduction, 'at least you know you're alive.'
Interest Age
General Audience
Get the ePlatform app for iOS or Android. The quickest and easiest way to borrow and read eBooks and Audioboooks.

Additional Details

Wellington: The City in Literature
edited by Kate Camp
series edited by Ian Watt
Our City Series (4)(part: 4)
23 January 2013
  • Web browser / App
  • Adobe Digital Editions
230.8 KB
General Audience (0-99)
Anthologies, Essays, Letters & Miscellaneous

Author Biography

Kate Camp is a Wellington poet and prose writer. She has published two volumes of poetry: Unfamiliar Legends of the Stars, which won the NZSA Jessie Mackay Award for Best First Book of Poetry in 19999, and Relia. Her essay entitled On Kissing was published to acclaim in 2002. She presents a monthly programme on classic literature for National Radio.