Gee was brought up in Henderson, a suburb of Auckland, a location that frequently features in his writing. He completed BA and MA degrees at the University of Auckland, which subsequently recognised him with a Distinguished Alumni Award in 1998, and an honorary Doctor of Literature in 2004. He is married and has three children, one of whom, Emily Gee, is also a writer.
A Sleeping Face. Landfall 11 (1957): 194-221. In GMC, CS.
A Girl in Blue. Mate 2 (1958): 10-19.
While the Flag was Up. Arena 50 (1958–59): 13-17, 28.
The Losers. Landfall 13 (1959): 120-47. In Landfall Country: Work from Landfall, 1947-1961. Christchurch: Caxton Press, 1962, 24-56. In New Zealand Short Stories, Second Series. Ed. C.K. Stead. London: Oxford UP, 1966, 255-95. In GMC, CS.
Facade. Mate. 4 (1960): 26-33.
Schooldays. Mate. December 1960: 2-11. In GMC, CS.
The Champion. Landfall 20 (1966): 113-25. In GMC, CS.
Down in the World. Landfall 21 (1967): 296-302. In GMC, CS.
A Retired Life. Landfall 23 (1969): 101-16. In GMC, CS.
^NZARH Honorary Associates, New Zealand Association of Rationalists and Humanists. Retrieved 7 February 2007.2002 Children's Literature Foundation Honour for contribution to children's fiction 2003 Gaylene Gordon Award for Under the Mountain 2004 $60,000 Prime Minister's Awards for Literary Achievement for fiction; Honorary Doctor of Literature - University of Auckland 2006 Deutz Medal for ficton-Montana NZ Book Awards for Blindsight 2008 NZ Post Young Adult Fiction Award for Salt
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