Renee Taylor (writer)
Renee Gertrude Taylor, ONZM (born 1929), is a feminist writer and playwright from New Zealand. Her ancestry is Scots and Māori from the tribe of Ngāti Kahungunu. Also known as Renee, the writer describes herself as a lesbian feminist with socialist working-class ideals. She wrote her first play Setting the Table in 1981. Her plays have been published with extracts included in Intimate Acts, a collection of lesbian plays published by Brito and Lair, New York.
- 1981 Setting the Table
- 1982 Secrets
- 1982 Breaking Out
- 1983 Dancing
- 1985 Wednesday to Come
- 1985 Groundwork
- 1987 Born to Clean
- 1990 Touch of the Sun
- 1990 Missionary Position
-  New Zealand Book Council. Retrieved 9 November 2009
-  Playmarket, New Zealand Playwrights' Agency
- Queen's Birthday Honours List 2006, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. Retrieved 16 December 2012.
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