ODT Summer Times Short story: The Shark Bell by R.L. Stedman

A fortnight after her husband left her for his personal trainer, Petra took up running. She told herself it was nothing to do with Carter or his parting words.

Posted: Monday January 20, 2020

Speaking Russian with a New Zealand Accent: Gala Uzryutova interviews David Howard

Conducted in late 2019 after David Howard held a UNESCO City of Literature residency in Ulyanovsk, Russia, this conversation bridges North and South, 16000 kilometres, and generations. David Howard is a New Zealand poet and editor, born in 1959, and a former Robert Burns Fellow at the University of Otago.

Posted: Tuesday January 14, 2020

Moa Imaginarium Competition

Upload a picture, poem, or short-story inspired by the moa footprints on display at Otago Museum and be in to win!

Posted: Friday January 3, 2020

The International Annual Literary prize, named after I. A. Goncharov

Ulyanovsk announces the open call for The International Literary prize, named after a great writer Ivan Goncharov, who was born in Simbirsk and was an author of the famous novel "Oblomov" (Ulyanovsk used to be called Simbirsk).

Posted: Monday December 23, 2019

Blue Oyster Caselberg Trust Summer Resident for 2020

Blue Oyster is pleased to announce Owen Connors as Blue Oyster Caselberg Trust Summer Resident for 2020

Posted: Friday December 20, 2019

Commission offered for art project

Dunedin artists will have the chance to create a project bringing art and the natural world together through the third annual $5000 Environment Envoy commission.

Posted: Thursday December 19, 2019

2020 Reykjavik City of Literature Writers Residency

Posted: Wednesday December 18, 2019

Residency program for book operators 9 - 19 March

Posted: Wednesday December 18, 2019

Dance and performance residency takes centre stage in 2020

Caselberg Trust Creative Connections resident 2020 Lucy Marinkovich

Posted: Wednesday December 18, 2019

Truthteller

Truthteller, an exploration of how out-of-control social media, conspiracy theories and viral journalism are damaging society. Inside the war on truth with investigative reporter Stephen Davis.

Posted: Wednesday December 18, 2019

Call for Symposium:

Mapping the Anthropocene in tepoti/Dunedin: climate change, community and research in the creative arts

Posted: Wednesday December 18, 2019

Genealogist one of NZs foremost due to huge effort

Posted: Tuesday December 17, 2019

On our best behaviour

We need to change and change big. Environmental psychology can help, Dr Wokje Abrahamse says. Tom McKinlay tries to get his head around it.

Posted: Monday December 16, 2019

On closer inspection

The small and overlooked becomes larger than life in Suus Agnes Claessen's art, writes Tom McKinlay.

Posted: Monday December 16, 2019

Securing the future

Ngai Tahus takiwa encompasses the dry Canterbury Plains, the wet West Coast and sun-baked Marlborough. Kaiwhakahaere Lisa Tumahai tells Tom McKinlay about the iwis strategy to tackle climate change in these diverse landscapes.

Posted: Monday December 16, 2019

Time for action

As we hit the critical decade in the effort to curb planetary heating, it might just be that we're ready to act, writes Tom McKinlay.

Posted: Monday December 16, 2019

Expert Feature: Jane Austen

Posted: Monday December 16, 2019


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