A film adaptation of Han Bangqing's novel set in the brothels of Shanghai featured at NZIFF. Hong explains its place Chinese literature.
Another year of reading locally
Moata runs through her 2021 reads by Kiwi authors - a mix of fantasy, contemporary fiction and YA.
Cookai Restaurant: Picturing Canterbury
Interior of Cookai Restaurant at 224 Cashel Street, 2007. An image from the Doc Ross photographic archive on Canterbury Stories.
Best book covers of 2021 – My pick of New Zealand’s finest
By Donna R23/11/2021
BEAUT BOOK COVERS OF AOTEAROA! Here are Donna's favourite New Zealand book covers of 2021.
Belonging and not belonging: Tommy Orange at The Faraway Near, WORD Christchurch
Fee reports back from a WORD Christchurch event with Native American writer, Tommy Orange who talks decolonisation and indigenous voices.
Christchurch Hip Hop Summit – Thursday 9 to Saturday 11 December
Ōtautahi will be hosting the inaugural Christchurch Hip Hop Summit presented by YCD (Youth and Cultural Development), Thursday 9 December to Saturday 11 December 2021.
Clock of shells: Picturing Canterbury
J. Diver with his clock made of shells on the garage of his home at 222 Knowles Street in St Albans. 8 October 1962. An image from Canterbury Stories.
The Rhyming Pirate: Interview with new author Glenn Jones
Missbeecrafty talks to artist turned author, Glenn Jones, about his colourful Kiwiana pirate picture book.
Quietly Fierce: Patricia Grace at WORD Christchurch Festival 2021
Fee had been waiting to see Patricia Grace (Ngāti Toa, Ngāti Raukawa and Te Āti Awa) in person for a long time. Maybe a lifetime.
It’s complicated: The Faraway Near with Hari Kunzru
Moata attends a WORD Christchurch session that explores the complicated nature of fiction, dark corners of the Internet, and the alt-right.
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