takahē is the first Magazine-in-Residence at WORD Christchurch. They will be creating a limited edition zine on He Hononga | Connection, Ground floor, Tūranga. Come along and be a part of it!
WORD words on Twitter: WORD Christchurch 2022
By Donna R31/08/2022
Twitter is a good source of pithy comment, wry observations, and catching the vibe. Here are some tweets that caught my attention (including a special Fashion section): We did it!Nearly 80 events and more than 150 participants - we are still buzzing from the energy, ideas and lively engagement that came with WORD 2022. We…
Podcast – Relationships in infant feeding
Episode of human rights radio show, Speak up - Kōrerotia, with suggested resources on breast and bottle-feeding.
Podcast – Halswell mataī
Episode of human rights radio show, Speak up - Kōrerotia about 1200 year old mataī stumps dug up in Halswell.
A very special storytime, and your chance to win a Kiri + Lou book
We report back from Kiri + Lou wā kōrero / storytimes with special guest, Olivia Tennet, the voice of Kiri! And your chance to win a Kiri + Lou picture book!
Writing with joy: Liane Moriarty at WORD Christchurch 2022
Hong reports back from a joyful and entertaining session with the best-selling author of Big Little Lies and Apples Never Fall.
Poetry at WORD Christchurch – 31 August to 4 September
By Donna R29/08/2022
There is a great lineup of poetry events at WORD Christchurch Festival. Have a browse and get poetic.
Missbeecrafty is getting Wordy – WORD Christchurch 2022
"But this isn't just a book about words. This is a book about suffragists, servants, and slatterns, and why their words are valued less than the words of educated men." Missbeecrafty can't wait to hear Pip Williams at The Faraway Near.
WORD Christchurch: If I were a story and you were a song: David Mitchell serenades Tiny Ruins
What happens when a lyrical writer and a writer of lyrics take inspiration from each other and swap roles? Fee can't wait to find out!
Kōrero Whāngai Ū – Breastfeeding Stories participants: Picturing Canterbury
A group of mothers and their babies at The Tannery. An image from Canterbury Stories.
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