Ice Escape: Beatrice Hale

Beatrice Hale has relaunched her children’s book, Ice Escape, with The Kellas Cat Press, Aberdeen.

Posted: Tuesday March 1, 2022

Beatrice Hale relaunches historical adventure

Aberdeen-born author Beatrice Hale has relaunched an exciting historical adventure, The Resolute Heart, with The Kellas Cat Press in Aberdeen.

Posted: Tuesday March 1, 2022

NZ Booklovers Review

Above the Treeline by Alan F. Mark

Posted: Tuesday March 1, 2022

New contributions to Dunedin Public Art Gallery exhibition

Hurahia ana kā Whetū

Posted: Tuesday March 1, 2022

Otago University Press features in book award list

OUP continued its traditionally strong showing in the poetry section of the Ockham New Zealand Books Awards and will have its hopes pinned on Canterbury-based finalist Joanna Preston for her collection, Tumble.

Posted: Tuesday March 1, 2022

The Winners of the Dunedin UNESCO City of Literature Robert Burns Poetry competitions

An opportunity to read the winning poems.

Posted: Monday February 28, 2022

Poetry Shelf celebrates:

Gregory O’Brien’s cover, Bill Manhire’s poem

Posted: Monday February 28, 2022

We are delighted to announce the release of poet Alan Roddick's latest collection, 'Next'.

Writing from the eighth and ninth decades of his life, Alan examines the past, observes the present and speculates on the future.

Posted: Monday February 28, 2022

Introducing Nuku Collective

A collective based in Ōtepoti, Aotearoa dedicated to showcasing local creatives through an online community, aiming to foster connections, collaborations and conversations.

Posted: Monday February 28, 2022

Dunedin Pride Month ....

.... is at Dunedin Public Libraries

Posted: Monday February 28, 2022

Landfall Review Online

Featuring Meeting Rita by Jenny Powell (Cold Hub Press, 2021)

Posted: Monday February 28, 2022

Landfall Review Online

From the Centre: A writer’s life by Patricia Grace - reviewed by Jacinta Ruru

Posted: Monday February 28, 2022

Bloodways of Papatūānuku

David Young’s new book Wai Pasifika explores Indigenous views, values and practices about water across the Pacific. It celebrates te mana o te wai, and urges us all to reframe our thinking about life’s most basic substance.

Posted: Monday February 28, 2022

2022 Te Teuihu Short Story Awards

Open to all New Zealanders writing in English or te reo Māori

Posted: Monday February 28, 2022

Vincent O'Sullivan: Frankenstein’s creature in Fiordland

"How we cope with life is finding an appropriate way to talk about it." Lovely chat with Vincent O'Sullivan about his new and very beautiful story collection, wherein he breathes fresh life into Frankenstein’s creature...

Posted: Monday February 28, 2022

SOME GOOD NEWS FOR THE ARTS:

Major New Prize Announced for Aotearoa’s Live Performance Industry

Posted: Sunday February 27, 2022

Hysterical

A two-woman, feminist poetry show which confronts the narrative that women are too emotional and celebrates the hysteria in all of us.

Posted: Thursday February 24, 2022

The Regent Book Sale is Happening!

April 1st - 10th, Advance Bookings Essential

Posted: Wednesday February 23, 2022

Dunedin Pride focusing on events

Dunedin Pride secretary Trak Gray is looking forward to celebrating the rainbow community during March.

Posted: Wednesday February 23, 2022


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