“It’s like being handed this exquisite treasure box that belongs to one of the most remarkable writers ever.” Richard Curtis. This collection of Katherine Mansfield's ‘love letters’ casts its net wide, capturing love in its many forms.
Enjoy recipes, menus, and evocative descriptions of kitchens and food from Mansfield's writing.
The timeline of Mansfield's life in our popular Laurel Harris Room is now available as a publication. Featuring key details of Mansfield's life, photos and quotes from her writing.
Created to accompany the exhibition, 'EKB: Artist & Friend', this 28-page booklet also stands alone as a short biography of Edith Kathleen Bendall (later Robison) and a piece on her relationship with Katherine Mansfield.
Featuring beautiful colour illustrations by Jenni Shoesmith, this hardback book explores Mansfield's love of flowers, plants and trees. Compiled by Beverley Randell.
The Life and Times of Sir Harold Beauchamp by Kevin Boon
Persephone Books is a publisher and bookseller in Bath, UK. Founder Nicola Beauman’s original concept was to publish a small number of ‘lost’ or out-of-print books every year, each with a grey cover and beautiful endpapers.
A perfect introduction to the work and world of Katherine Mansfield, this book features four short stories with an illustrated introduction.
A te reo Māori translation by Dr Karena Kelly of Mansfield's well known 1922 story, 'The Doll's House'.
Produced for an exhibition of the same name, this book presents many of Katherine Mansfield's possessions, beautifully photographed and with excerpts from her letters and journals about them.