Kate Camp 
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Deep navigation anglais

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Mute song anglais

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The tired atheist anglais

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Gambling lambs anglais

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Receive pure love and guidance from the magical unicorns! anglais

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Dusk falls on the cinema anglais

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At the coming of Spring anglais

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At the coming of Summer anglais

At the coming of Autumn anglais

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At the coming of Winter anglais

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Kate Camp 
Author

* 05.06.1972, Wellington, Nouvelle-Zélande
Réside à: , Nouvelle-Zélande

Poet and essayist Kate Camp was born in 1972 in Wellington. She was educated at Victoria University of Wellington where she completed a BA Hons in English.

She has been described as one of New Zealand’s most startling and original poets and is also a highly regarded literature reviewer on radio.

Kate Camp has published four collections of poems: Unfamiliar Legends, Realia, Beauty Sleep and The Mirror of Simple Annihilated Souls which was shortlisted for the 2010 Kathleen Grattan Poetry Award and won the 2011 NZ Post Book Award for Poetry. Unfamiliar Legends won an award at the Montana New Zealand Book Awards. Her poems are regularly selected for Best New Zealand Poems and appear in a wide range of New Zealand magazines.

In 2002 Camp was the Writer in Residence at Waikato University. At the end of that year she published On Kissing (2002) one of twelve titles in the Montana Estates essay series published by Four Winds Press.

Publications
  • Unfamiliar Legends of the Stars

    Wellington: Victoria University Press, 1998

  • Realia

    Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2001

  • Beauty Sleep

    Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2005

  • Kate’s Klassics

    Essays

    Auckland: Penguin, 2006

  • The Mirror of Simple Annihilated Souls

    Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2010

Prix
  • 1999 NZSA Jessie Mackay Award for Best First Book of Poetry

  • 2002 Writer-in-residence at Waikato University

  • 2011 New Zealand Post Book Award for Poetry

  • 2011 Creative New Zealand Berlin Writers' Residency