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The Kiwi Diary 2014 is hot off the press, celebrating its milestone of ten years of delivering a unique combination of all the goodness of Godzone wrapped up into a 365-day diary.  Recognising the milestone, The Royal Society of New Zealand are now endorsing the publication.

There’s nothing like it – equal parts diary, cultural almanac, art gallery, poetry collection, recipe book, and intelligent magazine. Over 80 contributors from all corners of Aotearoa, including famous and emerging chefs, poets, artists, writers, photographers and influencers, contribute their creativity to spread information and inspiration in this 240 page diary.

And me! Freda gave me a whole 3 pages to strut my sociological stuff and promote my book. (That’s me with Freda at the Diary’s launch in the photo).

The collectively-produced, 100% NZ-made Kiwi Diary celebrates the places we live, the people we live there with and the land we live on, while showcasing social and environmental issues. It is designed to share inspiration and creativity, and build community (plus it’s ideal for diarising your life, recording appointments, thoughts and to-do’s).  Its retail price of $35 is a steal in light of similarly priced standard blank-paged diary printed offshore.

The perfect gift this Christmas, The Kiwi Diary 2014 is practical, beautiful and smart.  Kiwis will love its celebration of the place we call home, and it’s the perfect postal gift for overseas.

For information and images please contact Freda@thekiwidiary.co.nz, ph: 0210307464.

Here’s what I say inside the Kiwi Diary:

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