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A firmament of literary luminaries dazzled at the 2022 Royal Ockham New Zealand Book Awards.
The first instalment of 'The Ockhams', New Zealand's premier book honours, was in 2016.
Shortlist for the 2022 Ockhams revealed - 16 finalists across four categories.
Announcing the 2022 Residents of the Ockham Collective.
In 2017 we announced our partnership with the Ponsonby public gallery devoted to craft, arts and architecture.
Forty fabulous titles across four categories have been longlisted for the 2022 edition of the Ockham New Zealand Book Awards.
Ruru Guru Grant Nicholson’s adorable image of two fledgling morepork takes out the Ockham People's Choice Award.
Whanganui writer Airini Beautrais has won the $57,000 Jann Medlicott Acorn Prize for Fiction at the 2021 Ockham New Zealand Book Awards for her book Bug Week.
The 2021 Ockham New Zealand Book Awards was our sixth year as sponsor. Ockham captain Mark Todd delivered a succinct 213-word address. Subject: Dignity.
Sixteen titles have been shortlisted from a record 179 entries at the 2021 Ockham NZ Book Awards.
New Zealand’s most prestigious photography prize, New Zealand Geographic Photographer of the Year, has been claimed by Christchurch's Alden Williams for a remarkable portfolio that included land and cityscapes and social documentary
Debut novelist Becky Manawatu takes out the top prize at 2020 Ockhams.
The 2020 Ockham New Zealand Book Awards have moved online.
Sixteen super titles have been shortlisted from a record 174 entries at the 2020 Ockham New Zealand Book Awards.
Ockham founder Mark Todd reflects on the company’s partnership with the New Zealand Book Awards Trust.
Dame Fiona Kidman wins the $53,000 Acorn Foundation Fiction Prize at the 2019 Ockham New Zealand Book Awards.
Wellington writer Pip Adam nabs the richest literary prize at the 2018 Ockham New Zealand Book Awards with a novel judges say 'will bring readers back from the dead'.
Three outta four ain't bad: a huge night for Victoria University Press at the 2017 Ockham New Zealand Book Awards.
Stephen Daisley has won New Zealand’s richest writing prize, the inaugural $50,000 Acorn Foundation Literary Award, for his novel Coming Rain.