The 2016 Anthology, Penguin days, edited by Laurice Gilbert, will be launched on Saturday 5th November in Wellington, and on Saturday 19 November in Auckland.
Looking for poetry action near you? Here’s our list of poetry events, workshops, groups, and readings that happen regularly in venues throughout New Zealand.
The winner will recieve 500 pounds (UK) Deadline 31 May 2017 – winners announced end of June 2017 http://www.wundoreditions.com/wundor-editions—contests.html for more information.
Details: In partnership with Unite the Union, Culture Matters is a web platform (www.culturematters.org.uk) which promotes a progressive political approach to the arts and other cultural activities. The purpose of the new Award is to encourage poets to focus on themes which are meaningful to working class people and communities, and to encourage those communities […]
You can write about a topic of your choice! For a chance to win £100 Amazon vouchers We invite you all to enter Printerinks Poetry Competition! Whether you are a budding or experienced poet, poets of all ages can enter this competition. – Deadline – May 5th, 2017 The winner’s name and poem […]
April 2017: Although our calendars said ‘autumn’ at the beginning of March someone forgot to tell the weather. Here in Tauranga we’ve had summer-level humidity and only as the month came to a close did it start to feel like a change might be on the way – rain and just a bit cooler at […]
The annual NZPS International Poetry Competition is now open! Judges this year are: Open – Cilla McQueen M.A.Hons, Hon.Litt.D. (Otago). Author of fifteen collections of poetry, three of which have won New Zealand Book Awards, Cilla was the New Zealand National Library Poet Laureate 2009-11. Among her many honours, fellowships and awards is the 2010 Prime […]
a fine line, NZPS’s quarterly magazine, needs your words, including no more than 4 poems (40 lines max, theme: FOOD) from NZPS financial members for the forthcoming May edition. Selected work will receive book tokens. Deadline 16 April 2017. Photo: Wall Food by Michael Stern