Poetry Shelf celebrates te reo Mori

Te Henga, Waitkere

Posted: Friday September 18, 2020

Kete Books is now live

Love reading? Youll find plenty to love here, all in one kete.

Posted: Friday September 18, 2020

Hubs aim to make learning te reo Maori non-intimidating

Toitu Otago Settlers Museum visitor programmes co-ordinator Phoebe Thompson sits in a language hub that has been set up at the museum for the length of Te Wiki o te Reo Maori Maori Language Week.

Posted: Friday September 18, 2020

Pupils excited to map Broad Bays past

Pupils of a Dunedin school went "berserk" when they learned they had won a grant for a project that will document history.

Posted: Wednesday September 16, 2020

Love in the time of Covid: A Chronicle of a Pandemic

Submissions are open August 01 December 01, 2020.

Posted: Tuesday September 15, 2020

New hybrid format for 2020 NZ Young Writers Festival

Posted: Tuesday September 15, 2020

New book examines how childhood shapes later life

In his new book, The Origins of You: How Childhood Shapes Later Life, University of Otago professor Richie Poulton and his co-authors set out their search to learn how much our origins shape our later lives.

Posted: Tuesday September 15, 2020

Kete partners with Stuff to share reviews of New Zealand books

Kete the new site devoted to the books of Aotearoa which launches on 15 September will share reviews of New Zealand books with Stuff to bring the latest releases to readers of Sunday Magazine, Your Weekend and Stuff online.

Posted: Friday September 11, 2020

Dick of the Bay on Otago Access Radio

Attention New Zealanders! A new radio drama is coming to take over your airwaves.

Posted: Friday September 11, 2020

Misconceptions and Bruce the cat: a Q&A with Kathryn van Beek

Dunedin author and illustrator Kathryn van Beek is launching two new books this month: her short story collection PET and a children's book, Bruce Goes Outside.

Posted: Tuesday September 8, 2020

Happy International Literacy Day!

UNESCO Cities of Literature are excited to celebrate with a collective social media campaign led by Bucheon City of Literature

Posted: Monday September 7, 2020

Poetry Shelf Monday Poem: Cilla McQueens Gossamer

Posted: Monday September 7, 2020

Mori Language Moment: Be the 1 in a million

Honour the past, keep ourselves safe now and prepare for the future together!

Posted: Thursday September 3, 2020

Recordings of Hone Tuwhare

Posted: Thursday September 3, 2020

A Poetry Shelf gathering: A handful of Starlings read from the latest issue

Starling 10 is not long out so I decided to celebrate this fabulous issue with a wee poetry reading. Starling was founded by Louise Wallace and is co-edited by Francis Cooke. It is a meeting ground for writers in Aotearoa under 25. Long may it continue.

Posted: Tuesday September 1, 2020

Teenage poet bags another top award

Darcy Monteath has a way with words.

Posted: Wednesday August 26, 2020


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