Writing Wellington: Twenty Years of Victoria University Writing Fellows
Vincent O'Sullivan (b. 1937) is Director of the Stout Research Centre and Professor of English at Victoria University. A leading New Zealand figure in poetry, fiction and drama, as well as anthologist and critic, his best known works are The Butcher Papers (1982), Palms and Minarets: Selected Stories (1992), Shuriken (1983), Let the River Stand (1993) (winner of the Montana Book Award) and the Collected Letters of Katherine Mansfield (ed., with Margaret Scott, 1984—). His novel Believers to the Bright Coast was published in 1998.