Rottinggdean June, 1910. Image: NZETC (CC BY-SA).
Gerri Kimber, the scholar who discovered nearly 30 unknown poems by Katherine Mansfield in a US library, which reveal much about the most painful periods of her life. Audio
A treasure trove of 30 unknown poems by Katherine Mansfield has been found in an American library. Audio
24 Apr 2009
Writing wasn't always her forte, but her romantic ideals and vivid imagination inevitably make Katherine Mansfield one of our most celebrated writers. Sonia Yee looks at the journey of one of New… Audio
When we think of Katherine Mansfield, we tend not to think of her as a good, keen, outdoors-woman. Rather more Bloomsbury than Barry Crump. But a camping trip into the Ureweras in 1907 had a lasting… Audio
29 Aug 2010
British writer Kathleen Jones, author of a substantial biography about Katherine Mansfield, feels many past writers have misrepresented both Katherine and her husband John Middleton Murray. Audio
17 Aug 2012
Fiona Oliver, published collections curator at the Alexander Turnbull Library in Wellington. Audio, Gallery
17 Feb 2013
The revelation in 2013 that a new piece of writing by Katherine Mansfield had been unearthed in New Zealand got scholars in a spin – we talk to the woman who found the invaluable document at the… Audio
11 May 2008
'The Material Mansfield' is the book of an exhibition that paints an intimate picture of Katherine Mansfield. Audio
Informal portrait of Katherine Mansfield at Queen's College, London. Hinge, Leslie, 1868-1942: Collection of photographic prints and negatives. Ref: 1/4-015042-F. Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand.
Gallery: Katherine Mansfield artefacts