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Philip Temple is an award-winning author of fiction and non-fiction, often on subjects associated with New Zealand history and the natural world. He also won an award for his influential writing on electoral reform during the 1992-93 MMP campaign. Philip was the recipient of the 2003 Creative New Zealand Berlin Writers' Residency and, earlier, held both the Menton Katherine Mansfield Fellowship and the Robert Burns Fellowship. He has received a Prime Minister's Award for Literary Achievement and been appointed an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit (ONZM) for his services to literature. Emma Neale, who was born in Dunedin, has written six novels - Night Swimming, Little Moon, Relative Strangers, Double Take, Fosterling and Billy Bird - and a number of poetry collections, and has edited anthologies of both short stories and poetry. Neale won the Todd New Writers' Bursary in 2000, was the inaugural recipient of the NZSA Janet Frame Memorial Award for Literature (2008), and was the 2012 Robert Burns Fellow at the University of Otago. Her poetry collection The Truth Garden won the Kathleen Grattan Poetry Award in 2011, and Tender Machines (OUP, 2015) was shortlisted for the inaugural Ockham New Zealand Book Awards. She teaches, works in publishing and looks after her two young children. Emma blogs at

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