The Secret History of Flight149

Podcast

Posted: Thursday March 24, 2022

The subversive compassion of Vincent O’Sullivan

Emma Neale, something of a literary polymath herself, reviews Vincent O’Sullivan’s new short story collection Mary’s Boy, Jean-Jacques.

Posted: Thursday March 24, 2022

Reading group aims to help

Book lovers living with dementia will be supported to enjoy their reading with the launch of dementia-friendly reading groups in Dunedin.

Posted: Wednesday March 23, 2022

Puaka Matariki Festival

Event Registration and Contestable Funding Application forms are live!

Posted: Tuesday March 22, 2022

Books galore filling the store

Books are piling so high in storage for the Regent Book Sale organisers reckon it is starting to look like the New York skyline.

Posted: Tuesday March 22, 2022

Grant Funding available to become a Library and Information Professional

A grant of up to $10,000 may be available to help you get your qualification.

Posted: Tuesday March 22, 2022

Arts Project Fund Round One Now Open

The arts project fund supports New Zealand professional arts companies, events and organisations to deliver projects that will grow New Zealanders' awareness and knowledge of Asian arts.

Posted: Tuesday March 22, 2022

Exciting news for Dunedin book lovers!

Alzheimers Otago and Dunedin Public Libraries are starting Dementia Friendly Reading Groups.

Posted: Tuesday March 22, 2022

Nature festival focusing on sea

Posted: Monday March 21, 2022

Mountain Book Competition

Entries close March 30, 2022.

Posted: Friday March 18, 2022

Book of the Week: Crime is endless, time is short

Britain's best crime novelist who lives in Dunedin

Posted: Thursday March 17, 2022

Dunedin Youth Writers’ Group

Hear all about the Dunedin Youth Writers’ Group in this excellent conversation between Jeff Harford and Shima Jack on OAR FM’s Write Spot

Posted: Thursday March 17, 2022

A year of poetry and a patchwork of poetic languages

red blossoms flower as seasons unfold, children inhale the warm fragrance forgetting there ever was a blood-longing gibbous moon or a season of cold or want or desire …

Posted: Thursday March 17, 2022

Action time here for Fringe Festival

Dunedin artists are in the final phases of assembling their shows as the Dunedin Fringe Festival starts today.

Posted: Wednesday March 16, 2022

Dunedin brothers helping refugees

Brothers from Dunedin have opened their homes in Bulgaria to Ukrainian refugees and they are eager to do more to help.

Posted: Wednesday March 16, 2022

Library hosting Pride Mixer

Posted: Wednesday March 16, 2022

Huge congratulations to Emily Duncan, and all the other talented writers, for making the Adam NZ Play Award shortlist!

We are thrilled to celebrate the shortlisted plays and playwrights for the 2022 Adam NZ Play Award.

Posted: Wednesday March 16, 2022


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