Carolyn Hall discovered haiku in 1999 and has been widely published in the United States and internationally. Robert Epstein, who is a psychotherapist living and working in the San Francisco Bay Area, and also a haiku anthologist and haiku poet, interviews Carolyn about her experience editing two Haiku journals: Mariposa (the Journal of the Haiku Poets of […]
Check out the final 2020 event of Poetry at the Fringe in Wellington on Sunday, December 20! 4-6pm The Fringe, 26-32 Allen St Find more details on their Facebook page.
For those in Whangārei, head along: Poets@ONEONESIX Thursday 17 December, 5pm, 116 Bank Street, Whangārei Read, share, listen, respond
The New Zealand Poetry Society is pleased to announce the launch of their 2020 Anthology: Haumi ē! Hui ē! Taiki ē! Stay Well Here, edited by Raewyn Alexander. The launch will feature readings from our International Competition winners and contributors, plus your chance to pick up a copy! Editor Raewyn Alexander will give a talk, […]
Congratulations to Nathan Joe, winner of the New Zealand Poetry Slam National Final, and to all competitors who took part! Our very own committee member RikTheMost won third place!
Catch a reading by Rebecca Hawkes, an open mic, as well as a book sale, this Sunday, December 6, in Carterton! Find out more about these events on Facebook.
Poet Nina Mingya Powles launches her collection, Magnolia 木蘭, via Instagram Live next week. Find out more about the event on Facebook.
The last Poetry @ Pegasus reading for the year will be at 6.30pm tomorrow night (November 27), Cuba Street, Wellington. Find out more about the event on Facebook.
A spoken word event, Simple Cells, starts this Tuesday (24 November) in Wellington. Find out more on Facebook.
Poetry Live! Presents Harry The Dead Poet and Brain Gun Tuesday 24th November @ 8pm, The Thirsty Dog, K Rd Harry The Dead Poet Part time underground legend Harry the Dead Poet does both kinds of poems – the kind that rhyme and the kind that don’t. He has been a guest poet at Poetry […]