A loaded skip: moving in a pandemic

Posted: Sunday October 4, 2020

Read Our Words

An inter-disciplinary group of Mori academics from the University of Otago have released a poster to encourage the public to engage with the voices and experiences of Mori to help create an anti-racist Aotearoa New Zealand.

Posted: Sunday October 4, 2020

Caselberg Trust International Poetry Prize 2020 winners announced Third time lucky for Palmerston North poet

The winners of the 2020 Caselberg Trust International Poetry Prize have been announced. The competition is now in its tenth year, and this year had a record number of entries 426 poems from New Zealand, Australia, Ireland, UK, and Nigeria.

Posted: Sunday October 4, 2020

City writers Lies wins Sargeson Prize

A tale centred on the lies a young woman tells to keep the painful truth at bay has won a Dunedin writer the 2020 Sargeson Prize.

Posted: Thursday October 1, 2020

Climate, community, arts to fore

More than 200 people took part, most of them online, in a symposium devoted to climate change, community and research in the creative arts, at the Dunedin School of Art at Otago Polytechnic at the weekend.

Posted: Wednesday September 30, 2020

Tupuranga Lua: A Whole New World is out!

We are fiafia as to be able to share this writing with you all.

Posted: Wednesday September 30, 2020

Write Spot with Paddy Richardson

Paddy Richardson - Paddy was Noirwich UNESCO Virtual Writer in Residence.

Posted: Tuesday September 29, 2020

The Qubec en toutes lettres Festival spreads poetry across all continents with La grande traverse potique.

20 countries - 200 poets - a unique event... and it's free!

Posted: Monday September 28, 2020

Literary artists celebrate visual artist

Posted: Monday September 28, 2020

New Zealand Sign Language Week

Posted: Friday September 25, 2020

Calling all literary innovators!

Posted: Tuesday September 22, 2020

Can you help?

We're looking for Dunedin writers, in any genre, who are currently living in any of the other Cities of Literature for a project.

Posted: Tuesday September 22, 2020

Dunedin Fringe Festival 18-28 March 2021

Registrations open: now till 27 November

Posted: Tuesday September 22, 2020

Pasifika Festivals Initiative Tasi Wave

Posted: Tuesday September 22, 2020

New Anthology by Slemani UNESCO City of Literature

Posted: Monday September 21, 2020


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