Kate De Goldi
Kate De Goldi (née Kathleen De Goldi 1959) is a New Zealand children's and short story writer. Kate was born in Christchurch, and published her first collection of short stories like you, really (1994) under the pseudonym Kate Flannery.
Kate De Goldi
De Goldi in 2013
De Goldi has been a full-time writer since 1997, and contributes to the New Zealand literature sector as a creative writing teacher (1999-2006 at the IIML), a book-related broadcaster and radio commentator, a participant of Writers in Schools, and a chair for literary festivals in New Zealand and internationally. De Goldi is an Arts Foundation Laureate (named in 2001).
De Goldi received the 2010 Michael King Fellowship to research and write an article about Susan Price.
De Goldi has received both the 2011 Margaret Mahy Award and the 2011 Young Readers’ Award Corine Literature Prize, She is known for children's literature and has also won awards for Short story writing. She is of mixed Irish and Italian ancestry.
- 1996 – Sanctuary, ISBN 9780140259452
- 1997 – Love, Charlie Mike, ISBN 9780140386004
- 1999 – Closed, Stranger, ISBN 9780143772040
- 2008 – The 10pm Question, ISBN 9780763649395
- 2012 – The ACB with Honora Lee, illustrated by Gregory O'Brien, ISBN 9781869799915
- 2015 – From the Cutting Room of Barney Kettle, ISBN 9781775535768
- 2005 - Clubs: A Lolly Leopold Story, illustrated by Jacqui Colley, ISBN 9781435255494
- 2005 - Uncle Jack, illustrated by Jacqui Colley, ISBN 9780473100643
- 2008 - Billy: A Lolly Leopold Story, illustrated by Jacqui Colley, ISBN 9781435255500
Editor with Susan ParisEdit
- New Zealand Book Council
- "Kate De Goldi". Retrieved 13 October 2018.
- The Arts Foundation of New Zealand
- Radio NZ Archived 2015-06-23 at the Wayback Machine
- "Writer: Kate De Goldi - Writers • Auckland Writers Festival". www.writersfestival.co.nz. Retrieved 13 October 2018.
- "Wellington.scoop.co.nz » Kate De Goldi awarded Michael King Fellowship". wellington.scoop.co.nz. Retrieved 13 October 2018.
- Storylines profile
- "Kate De Goldi and Susan Paris - Gecko Press". Gecko Press.
- Corine Literature Prize site
- Interview with Kate De Goldi by Christchurch City Libraries
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