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Owen Marshall is widely and properly regarded as New Zealand’s finest exponent of the short story. He is also a novelist, and teacher. Owen was born in Te Kuiti in 1941.
Owen Marshall writes about 40 years of friendship with Brian Turner and Grahame Sydney.
Owen Marshall slips on his gown and his powdered wig, and passes judgment on Stephen Daisley's Coming Rain.