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Megan Dunn
Photo Credit: (c) Yvonne Todd


Megan Dunn (BFA, MA Creative Writing, University of East Anglia) is the author of Tinderbox (2017) and a reformed video artist. In the late nineties, she ran Fiat Lux, an artist run space in Auckland. Her art reviews and criticism have been widely published along with her essays and stories, including in Tell You What: Great New Zealand Non-Fiction (2016, AUP) and Roads Ahead (2009, Tindal St Press). In 2006, she won an Escalator award from the New Writing Partnership (now the National Centre for Writing). In 2018 she was the recipient of the Louis Johnson New Writers Award, and the Surrey Hotel Steve Braunias Memorial Writers Residency Award. In 2019, she was the art editor for The Spinoff. In 2020 she received an Emerging Writers Residency at the Michael King Writers Centre, where she worked on her next book of creative non-fiction. (That’s this one.)

Books by Megan Dunn

Things I Learned at Art School

From the writer who brought you Tinderbox, a book about a woman trying to write a book, comes Things I Learned at Art School, a memoir by a woman who has never kept a diary. Until now.

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