Ingrid Horrocks is a Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing at Massey Wellington. Her creative books include a travel memoir, Travelling with Augusta, 1835 and 1999 (VUP, 2003) and two collections of poetry, most recently Mapping the Distance (VUP, 2010). She has recently become interested in imaginings of place, and has been publishing creative and critical essays based around particular locales, ranging from Masterton, to Princeton, to Ōhakune as imagined by Martin Edmond. With Cherie Lacey, she is editing a collection of new personal essays by academics and writers from across the country, Writing Places (forthcoming VUP, 2016).
- Poetry anthology, with Siobhan Harvey, Johanna Aitchison, Kiri Piahana-Wong, Amy Leigh Wicks, Maria McMillan and Ingrid Horrocks
- Desert Road, with Fiona Kidman, Ingrid Horrocks and Fergus Barrowman
- Essays and Place, with Ashleigh Young, Ingrid Horrocks, Harry Ricketts, Cherie Lacey, Tim Corballis, and Martin Edmond