Fitzclarence Anstey John Caselberg (19 August 1927 – 16 April 2004) was a New Zealand writer.
His work ranged through poetry and playwriting to short stories and essays. Along with his wife, artist Anna Caselberg, he was at the centre of a thriving art and literary milieu which included his good friend and collaborator Colin McCahon, father-in-law Toss Woollaston, and writer Charles Brasch. Caselberg was awarded the Robert Burns Fellowship from the University of Otago in 1961.
The Caselberg Trust, a charitable trust supporing artists, is named in honour of John and Anna Caselberg.
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