Te Awhi Rito NZ Reading Ambassador nominations open

Te Puna Mātauranga o Aotearoa National Library of New Zealand and our partners are calling for nominations for Te Awhi Rito New Zealand Reading Ambassador for children and young people.

Posted: Wednesday December 9, 2020

The Suitcases (Part Two)

Posted: Tuesday December 8, 2020

Dr Smith of Rawene

Posted: Tuesday December 8, 2020

To Medicine via Paradise

Posted: Tuesday December 8, 2020

New Poems Hit The Streets Of Aotearoa

As 2020 enters its final phase, Phantom has curated a selection of original works by Becky Woodall, Eamonn Tee, Simon Sweetman, Ruby Porter, Steve Thomas and David Eggleton. Diverse in their form and inspiration, these poems continue the Phantom tradition of giving street denizens some nourishing food for thought.

Posted: Thursday December 3, 2020

Tagaloa Scholarships

Growing Pacific capacity and capability within communities and the education sector.

Posted: Thursday December 3, 2020

Te Tahua Whakakaha | Cultural Sector Capability Fund overview

The Capability Fund supports the cultural sector to adapt to the COVID-19 environment by funding activities that build skills and knowledge, and provide access to advice, services, tools and resources.

Posted: Wednesday December 2, 2020

After 30 years, a ‘Dunedin institution’ set to close

It has been said that a room without books is like a body without a soul.

Posted: Tuesday December 1, 2020

2021 New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults

The New Zealand Book Awards Trust is calling for entries for the 2021 New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults, for New Zealand books published between 1 April 2020 and 31 March 2021.

Posted: Monday November 30, 2020

Vacancy at Exisle Publishing

Posted: Monday November 30, 2020

Expand your mind

What's coming up – Professional Development

Posted: Monday November 30, 2020

Greatness is Infectious

Their written words have made long-lasting, generational impacts on this country - and beyond.

Posted: Monday November 30, 2020

A river runs through him

We only truly know one river in our lives. US writer Thomas McGuane said so and even this struck him as too expansive. So he added: only one part of that river would we know intimately.

Posted: Sunday November 29, 2020

Landfall Review Online

Reviews by Piet Nieuwland

Posted: Sunday November 29, 2020

Poetry Shelf noticeboard: The inaugural recipient of The Caselberg Trust’s new Elizabeth Brooke-Carr Emerging Writers Residency in 2021

The Caselberg Trust announced today that the inaugural recipient of its new Elizabeth Brooke-Carr Emerging Writers Residency in 2021 will be Ōtepoti Dunedin writer Megan Kitching.

Posted: Friday November 27, 2020


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