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Trevor Wilson

Born in Roxborough, Central Otago, and now resident in Rotorua, Trevor Wilson trained as a teacher and had his first short story published when he was only 21, followed by many stories for both children and adults published in NZ and Australia, also six adult novels and almost twenty books for children. He returned to writing in 1966 after 15 years concentrating on teaching.

Selected bibliography:
  • Steve's Summer (Ashton Scholastic 1993).
  • Going for Gold (Scholastic 1999).

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