British-New Zealander Kate Morris holds a BA(Hons) from the University of Otago in Film and Media and an MA in Scriptwriting from the International Institute of Modern Letters at Victoria University. She is a 3x New Zealand Young Playwright Winner and represented the country at the International Young Playwrights’ Festival in Cairns, Australia in 2009.
Commissions include work for the Otago Museum with their Cosmix project (for which she subsequently was voted ‘Favourite New Writer’ at the 2006 Gibson NZ Comic Book Awards), Capital E National Theatre for Children with End Game (co-written with fellow playwright Rachel Callinan) and Radio New Zealand (adaptation of Sketch).
She currently resides in Te Aro Wellington, New Zealand.
Alex and his mother Rosie don’t really get along and live separate lives online. Alex lives for gaming, his mother invents her social life through the internet. When Alex’s grandfather falls ill...