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John Caselberg

John Caselberg (1927, Wakefield – 16 April 2004, Dunedin) was a prominent New Zealand writer, based in Dunedin. 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 Otago University in 1961.

The Caselberg Trust, a charitable trust supporing artists, is named in honour of John and Anna Caselberg.

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  • Caselberg Trust biography

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