List of New Zealand writers

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Writers who have contributed to New Zealand literature include:

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  • Mandy Hager (born 1960), novelist, children's author, non-fiction writer and screenwriter
  • David Hair (living), fantasy author
  • Bernadette Hall (born 1945), playwright and poet
  • Pip Hall (born 1971), scriptwriter and actor
  • Roger Hall (born 1939), playwright
  • J. H. Haslam (1874–1969), Methodist Church minister, poet, editor and Wesleyan Church historian
  • Jane Elizabeth Harris (c.1853–1942), writer, lecturer and spiritualist
  • Kathleen Hawkins (1883–1981), poet
  • Catherine Hay (1910–1995), historical romance novelist
  • Karyn Hay (born 1959), author and broadcaster
  • Joel Hayward (born 1964), historian, writer, and poet
  • Helen Heath (born 1970), poet
  • Christina Henderson (1861–1953), teacher, feminist, prohibitionist, social reformer and editor
  • Ellen Hewett (1843–1926), memoirist
  • Mary St Domitille Hickey (1882–1958), Catholic nun, school principal and historian
  • Sarah Higgins (1830–1923), homemaker, midwife, community leader and writer
  • David Hill (born 1942), author, especially known for his young adult fiction
  • Eva Hill (1898–1981), doctor, medical superintendent, writer, publicist and health campaigner
  • Janet Holmes (born 1947), sociolinguist
  • Lynley Hood (born 1942), biographer and non-fiction writer
  • M. H. Holcroft (1902–1993), essayist and novelist.
  • Edith Howes (1872–1954), teacher, educationalist, and writer of children's literature
  • Keri Hulme (1947), novelist, poet, and short-story writer
  • Des Hunt (born 1941), teacher and a writer for children and young adults
  • Sam Hunt (born 1946), poet especially known for performance poetry
  • Rex Hunter (1889–1960), poet, playwright and fiction writer
  • Robin Hyde (1906–1939), poet

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  • Julius Vogel (1835–1899), eighth Premier of New Zealand and first New Zealand science-fiction novelist

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