Poetry Shelf backlist: Min-a-rets 10

Posted: Monday June 7, 2021

Dark Dunedin : Breathing Hell

The third and final season of the award winning podcast.

Posted: Monday June 7, 2021

Fourth Transported Decal

Posted: Monday June 7, 2021

How to take better bird photos: Practical tips from a professional photographer

Author, and wildlife photographer, Paul Sorrell, lets us in on the magic behind his beautiful photographs.

Posted: Monday June 7, 2021

The First Anthology of Asian Voices from Aotearoa: A Homecoming

As one of the first national celebrations of Asian writers, Naomii Seah reflects on the anthology filled with the taste of home, memory and a renewed refusal to remain silent.

Posted: Friday June 4, 2021

Creatives in Schools Funding - Round 3

Posted: Friday June 4, 2021

Storylines invites submissions to the Storylines Notable Book Awards 2021.

Entries close at 5pm on 31 August 2021.

Posted: Thursday June 3, 2021

2021 GRANADA WRITERS RESIDENCE PROGRAMME

Posted: Thursday June 3, 2021

Landfall Essay Competition

Entries for the 2021 Landfall Essay Competition must be received by 31 July 2021.

Posted: Thursday June 3, 2021

Solidarity Myanmar Concert

Posted: Wednesday June 2, 2021

Neville Peat's Natural History Titles.

If you're looking to learn more about what Aotearoa has to offer, check out author Neville Peat's range of natural history titles.

Posted: Wednesday June 2, 2021

’70s live again in Dunedin Study exhibition

If your foot starts tapping when you hear the soundtrack of Saturday Night Fever, there is a good chance you were alive in the 1970s and survived the experience.

Posted: Monday May 31, 2021

Work on evolving tome loved

Emeritus Prof Colin Townsend (72) must have read his doorstopper on ecology more than 100 times over the past year, while checking proofs for a new edition. He talks to Marjorie Cook about his 35-year labour of love.

Posted: Monday May 31, 2021


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