Landfall announces new reviews editor

We are delighted to welcome Michelle Elvy to the Landfall team in the newly created role of reviews editor. She will curate the book reviews both for the print editions of Landfall, and for Landfall Review Online.

Posted: Wednesday July 1, 2020

Regent books sold through pop-up shop

The Regent Theatre and Central Rotary Club launch a pop-up fundraising book sale from today.

Posted: Wednesday June 24, 2020

International exhibition "A City as a Writer's Workplace" opens online

The International online exhibition A City as a Writer's Workplace brought together 100 photographs and texts from writers and artists from around the world. The exposition, organized by the Ulyanovsk UNESCO City of Literature program directorate, is presented in English and Russian.

Posted: Tuesday June 23, 2020

Write while there is still a chance. New Zealand poet is convinced that the book will not win social networks

The 19th International Forum of Young Writers of Russia, the CIS Countries and Abroad has opened in Ulyanovsk. One of the guests of the forum was the poet from New Zealand, David Howard (David Howard). A middle-aged man with perfect English is unusually polite and tactful - its hard to...

Posted: Monday June 22, 2020

A television bridge with a writer from New Zealand was held in Ulyanovsk

David Howard told local students how to write their own book, where to find inspiration and how to engage in self-development.

Posted: Monday June 22, 2020

Regent / Rotary Pop Up $1 Book Sale

The Regent Theatre and Dunedin Central Rotary Club announce a pop-up fundraising book sale starting on Thursday 25th June 2020, at 300 George Street (corner of Hanover St, in the old ANZ bank site).

Posted: Sunday June 21, 2020

Lockdown inspires local stories

Lockdown was no barrier for award-winning Port Chalmers writer and illustrator Kathryn van Beek, who has two new books available for pre-order today.

Posted: Thursday June 18, 2020

Five New Zealand Films for 2020 Festival

Were in full swing finalising the films, confirming the schedules and ensuring we are all ready to bring you the 2020 Festival At Home Online. But first, we shine the spotlight on our homegrown filmmakers.

Posted: Thursday June 18, 2020

THE LAND OF GRANITE TEEN WRITING COMPETITION WINNERS

WE ARE DELIGHTED TO ANNOUNCE AND PUBLISH THE WINNING ENTRIES

Posted: Sunday June 14, 2020

Save the date The 2020 Science Festival is ON!

We are so excited to bring a new Nano Edition of the Science Festival to Dunedin this year during the first week of the July school holidays.

Posted: Thursday June 11, 2020

Kid Lit Love blog - Tulip and Doug

Posted: Thursday June 11, 2020

NZSA WebWorkshops

A series of webinars to enable ongoing professional development

Posted: Tuesday June 9, 2020

The World in 2030

Posted: Thursday June 4, 2020

dtour app audio recording

Posted: Tuesday June 2, 2020

Finding a four leaf clover...

Posted: Monday June 1, 2020


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