Writing Wellington: Twenty Years of Victoria University Writing Fellows
Jack Lasenby (b. 1931) is a leading writer of children's fiction, which draws on his wide experience of the New Zealand bush. His successful titles include The Lake (1987), Dead Man's Head (1994), The Waterfall (1995) and his several collections of 'Uncle Trev' stories. He has worked as a deer culler and as a lecturer at Wellington Teachers' College.