Counting down till World Environment Day 2022!

Dunedin UNESCO City of Literature is thrilled to be releasing The Heat is On: Young Writers on the Climate Crisis

Posted: Monday May 23, 2022

2023 Bucheon Diaspora Literary Award

Nominations for 2023 Bucheon Diaspora Literary Award are now open

Posted: Monday May 23, 2022

Shooting Folly as it Flies

The Life and Lines of New Zealand’s First Political Cartoonist James Brown

Posted: Wednesday May 11, 2022

Poltavshchyna from above · Ukraїner

Our dear friends in Lviv City of Literature have collaborated with Lviv Public Libraries, Ukraїner and the Ukrainian Library Association to show us all Ukraine as a country of dreams, liberty and open-mindedness so we can better understand the people who are protecting it

Posted: Thursday April 21, 2022

A Recital of Poems

Kirsten Le Harivel, Mary Cresswell, Keith Nunes, Darryl Price & Kirstie McKinnon

Posted: Sunday April 10, 2022

How to run a bookstore in Manapōuri

Ruth Shaw is the bookseller at the end of the world

Posted: Sunday April 10, 2022

Caselberg Trust Creative Connections Residency

Applications will open for the 2023 Caselberg Trust Creative Connections Residency on 1 May-31 May

Posted: Sunday April 10, 2022

Board Members wanted!

Posted: Sunday April 10, 2022

Call for submissions for the 2023 Storylines Gavin Bishop Award

The award is open to previously unpublished illustrators. This years story has been provided by Heather Haylock.

Posted: Thursday April 7, 2022

Bucheon City of Literature has opened a call for their 2022 Residency Program

7-week stay for 2 writers and artists in October

Posted: Thursday April 7, 2022

Ōtepoti Theatre Lab Public Programme

Introducing a new collaboration with Toitū Otago Settlers Museum

Posted: Thursday April 7, 2022

Regent Red Setting Book Sale

Walk-ins now available weekdays

Posted: Tuesday April 5, 2022

A message from Lviv City of Literature, a city of unbreakable poetry

Thank you to our friends Богдана Брилинська and Pavlo Koriaga from Lviv City of Literature for sharing this message about their City of Unbreakable Poetry

Posted: Tuesday April 5, 2022

Alan Roddick has published NEXT, his third collection of poems in 50 years, with Otago University Press

Listen to him here on the OAR FM Morning Show

Posted: Tuesday April 5, 2022

Storylines Janice Marriott Mentoring Award 2022 Winner is ...

Samantha Montgomerie

Posted: Tuesday April 5, 2022

Landfall Review Online

The Outrageous and the Everyday: Kerry Lane reviews The Pink Jumpsuit: Short fictions, tall truths by Emma Neale (Quentin Wilson Publishing, 2021), 134pp, $35

Posted: Tuesday April 5, 2022


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