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Here are some links to places we think may be of interest.

Non-profit, literary sites will be featured free but if you have a commercial site, for a small supportive fee to maintain this website we will gladly consider adding your site to this page. Please contact Kiwiwriterscafe@yahoo.co.nz

Thanks to the people who already support New Zealand writing:

The New Zealand Society of Authors:

As the principal advocate for the professional interests of writers, the New Zealand Society of Authors (PEN NZ Inc) is open to writers of every genre, published or unpublished. If you are serious about your writing the NZSA is the place for you.
We support writers through advocacy and representation, providing programmes and services and our affiliation to International PEN. 

Click to go to NZSA

The original website, first published in mid-2005, is now our archive. Click HERE to jump there and read. A new window will open in your browser, and who knows, perhaps in your mind as well.

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Abode de Fleur - luxurious accommodation at a friendly price

Janice and John Reece run a small, quiet Bed & Breakfast in the foothills of the Waitakere Ranges. Janice is an avid collector, a keen gardener and a superb cook.  Tell her Lynda sent you!

Click on the photo to visit Jan & John Reece
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Abode de Fleur, a gardener's delight
One of the delightful bedrooms at Abode de Fleur
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It has its own Victorian-style en suite bathroom

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Click on the picture to go to Writers' Cafe in UK

The Writers Café is about giving ordinary people opportunities to get up there, maybe for the first time, to try stuff out, gain experience, stage presence, make and learn from mistakes, experiment.

Moreover we want to integrate forms of writing with other media - drama, mime, music and sound, film, dance and art. We want to attract creative people of all ages, creeds, ability to perform, experiment and integrate their arts forms.