Issue 18 of Down In Edin Magazine

By Caroline Davies - Editor | Posted: Monday September 30, 2019

This issue features: Arts, Culture and Natural Lifestyles of Dunedin and Otago in the South Island of New Zealand. Literature, Poetry, Music, Art, Photography, Theatre and Natural Living. This issue features: Penelope Todd interviews author Chris Else on his new novel, 'Waterline"; Jane Woodham interviews artist John Z Robinson; Ed Stainsby interviews Graeme Downes on The Verlaines latest albuem 'Dunedin Spleen'; Inside the Hocken - Tuia - Southern Encounters; 'There' - a short story about a new short film written by Emily Duncan; When A Stranger Comes to Town - an interview with Diane Comer about her latest work "The Braided River"; The Celtic Noir Festival is coming to town; Fine artist Wayne Seyb - Nine Crosses in a Landscape; Mr Red Light tours Otago; Music to My Ears - a chat with Relics Records in Dunedin; Projecting into the Future by Carolyn McCurdie who writes about the fabulous community in North East Valley; Gifts in the Garden with Naturopath Francisca Griffin about Feverfew - Tanacetum parthenium

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