Poetry at The Fringe As is our tradition, the December programme is all Open Mic. There’ll be food, poetry, music and much more. Entry is free, so whether you want to perform or listen, we’d love to see you.   If you do want to be part of the Open Mic, we’re suggesting our wonderful […]

Live Canon are kicking off our December (Virtual) Poetry Treasure Hunt on Friday 1st December, and we’d really appreciate you telling your supporters and members about it. If you enter, each day of December you will receive a clue. You’ll need to hunt in the work of a particular poet to find the answer. The […]

Miriam Barr is a poet who performs her work and has a long history of collaboration with musicians, visual artists, and other poets. Her poems have been published in places like Landfall, Takahe, Brief, JAAM and Sweet Mammalian. Her collection Bullet Hole Riddle was published by Steele Roberts in 2014 and has been described by reviewers as […]

POETRY KIT NEWSLETTER http://www.poetrykit.org/newsletter.htm on this link you will find POETRY KIT NEWSLETTER December 2017 CAUGHT IN THE NET – Featured Poet Book of the Month We are always trying to ensure that the listings we carry are up to date and we can only do that with your help. If you know of any […]

AIPF – Special Announcement: You are officially invited to the 26th Annual Austin International Poetry Festival, April 5th – 8th, 2018. Who can attend? Anyone around the world. I’ve included a little sneak peak of the Festival. The di-vêrsé-city Adult and Youth Anthology poetry submission deadline is January 15, 2018. You do not have to attend the Festival […]

Saturday December 2. The brilliant programme is outlined below. All events are free. Some events need you to book for you and/or your children. You can book through www.wls.org.nz, or ring 06 379 4080 or call in at the Carterton Library

Join us to celebrate the new poetry collection by Tony Beyer on Tuesday, 7th November. Anchor Stone by Tony Beyer is a collection of substantial new work by a senior and critically successful New Zealand writer. It addresses issues relevant to contemporary concepts of New Zealand identity and culture.  “Tony Beyer has never followed signposts; […]