Caxton Press (New Zealand)

Caxton Press is a printing company founded in 1935 in a partnership between Denis Glover and John Drew. The press printed the work of many New Zealand writers who have since become familiar names in New Zealand literature.[1] It originally appeared in 1932 as the Caxton Club Press. It was a University of Cantebury publication created at the height of the depression to help create an identity for the political left.[2]

Poets and authors published by Caxton Press include:

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Ogilvie, Gordon. "Glover, Denis James Matthews 1912 - 1980". Dictionary of New Zealand Biography. Ministry for Culture and Heritage. Retrieved 5 April 2011.
  2. ^ Peter Simpson, Bloomsbury South: The arts in Christchurch 1933-1953, pp. 41-72

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