Lockdown Zines

A group of Otago Polytechnic Design learners have had their Covid-related work acknowledged in Kātoitoi, the Aotearoa Design Archive.

Posted: Monday May 31, 2021

Solidarity Myanmar Concert

Posted: Friday May 28, 2021

Dunedin Unesco City of Literature and SuperGrans have formed a new partnership.

This week Dunedin UNESCO City of Literature has been lucky to have Kathryn van Beek and Emma Wood visiting and reading their stories to kindergarten children in the South Dunedin region.

Posted: Friday May 28, 2021

Bridport Prize 2021

Posted: Thursday May 27, 2021

Liz Breslin talks to Tiffany Atkinson

New pod alert!

Posted: Thursday May 27, 2021

Third Transported decal

Posted: Wednesday May 26, 2021

Poetry New Zealand Yearbook student poetry competition.

Calling all young poets!

Posted: Wednesday May 26, 2021

Poetry Shelf noticeboard: Submissions called to inaugural poetry calendar

Compound Press and Minarets Journal announce a call for submissions to our inaugural poetry calendar, edited by Craig Foltz.

Posted: Tuesday May 25, 2021

2021 cycle of Ōtepoti Theatre Lab's Playwright Programme!

Now accepting submissions for our 2021 cycle of Ōtepoti Theatre Lab's Playwright Programme!

Posted: Tuesday May 25, 2021

‘Surreal’ experience of lockdown inspires book

The "surreal" days of Covid-19 lockdown were the inspiration for a unique collaborative publishing project for a Mosgiel author.

Posted: Monday May 24, 2021

Ice Escape: the story of a rescue from the icefloes of the north.

Dunedin resident, and Aberdeen-born author Beatrice Hale has relaunched her children’s book, Ice Escape, with The Kellas Cat Press in Aberdeen.

Posted: Friday May 21, 2021

Our UNESCO City of Literature - Dunedin

This feature is a follow-up to UNESCO Memory of the World Programme article in the last issue. We shine a light on Dunedin, our UNESCO City of Literature, learn how the status was achieved and what it means for the city, the public library and the community.

Posted: Thursday May 20, 2021


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