takahē magazine currently has open voluntary positions – details below 🧐
We’d like to share some poems on fatherhood by Jamaican and New Zealand poets in Meeting Ground – check them out under this link!
Fellow poet George Hook (of http://www.hookedonhaiku.net/) is seeking haiku submissions for publication in a charitable volume, with 80% of the profits going to the Alzheimer Association and 20% to the author of the best haiku (as voted by book purchasers). Poets should submit a single haiku about dementia by June 21. Email George at email@example.com for […]
Edited by Emma Neale, and available for purchase on the Otago University Press website.
The first issue of saltwater love zine, which showcases Indigenous writing on love, is now out and freely available at saltwaterlove.weebly.com!
We are delighted to debut a new cover for a fine line‘s Winter edition.In this edition, Jeannine Hall Gailey writes about promoting one’s poetry despite illness and tyrannies of distance, with advice that feels especially relevant in our time of social distancing and preventive isolation. Xiaole Zhan shares her thoughts on being called to poetry, […]
The 98th issue of takahē magazine is out now! This issue was originally intended for print, but due to COVID-19 has been published online. The guest poet for this issue is Tim Upperton.
Stasis, a new NZ journal, is seeking creative submissions (art and writing) during this lockdown period. Get writing!
NZPS’s a fine line magazine, Autumn edition, takes flight with thought-provoking articles from Helen McKinlay and Raewyn Alexander, poems from our brilliant Members on the theme of Birds, plus a special collaboration between New Zealand and Jamaican poets, organised by Jamaican poet Ann-Margaret Lim and our very own NZPS President Shane Hollands, with poems that […]
AUP New Poets 6, featuring the work of Ben Kemp, Vanessa Crofskey, and Chris Stewart, and edited by Anna Jackson, was launched online on March 28th. You can order your copy through Time Out Bookstore (orders will be fulfilled once lockdown ceases).