The wonderful writers and illustrators of Annual provided a treasure-hunt, story-making adventure.
“Why am I talking about myself in the second person?” – Kaveh Akbar (I think Kim Hill might have interesting linguistic effects on poets – someone should do a study.)… Read more Litcrawl ’18: Kaveh Akbar with Kim Hill →
I really didn’t feel like I was doing these two amazing women justice. Mangled faces and quotes. You best go buy their very affordable BWB books, False Divides and Old… Read more BWB Winter Series – False Divides: Lana Lopesi in conversation with Emma Ng →
Apparently our non-renewal use is like having 147 slaves each. And if you think renewables are going to save us, you need to consider that we currently need the non-renewables… Read more IGPS: Mike Joy and Nathan Surendran talk Biophysical Economics →
On Sunday The Open Book in Ponsonby hosted the Sir James Wallace Scholarship recipients (for most promising manuscript) reading excerpts from their work. And I happened to be there. The… Read more The Open Book presents Sir James Wallace Scholarship recipients →