“I am equally fond of my magician’s top hat and my bowler hat. Next, I think I would quite like a steampunk version of Boba Fett’s helmet”: Interview with Gareth Ward

"I am equally fond of my magician’s top hat and my bowler hat. Next, I think I would quite like a steampunk version of Boba Fett’s helmet": Interview with Gareth Ward
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Ngaio Marsh Awards 2019: WORD Christchurch

The Ngaio Marsh Award for Best Crime Novel was founded in 2010, and is awarded for the best mystery, crime, or thriller novel written by a New Zealander (citizen or resident) published during the previous year. The award branched out to include two different categories a number of years later; the Ngaio Marsh Award for First Novel started in 2016, followed by the Ngaio Marsh Award for Best Non Fiction in 2017. 
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Wet Paint – a guest blog by writer Nod Ghosh

Guest blogger, Nod Ghosh, well-known Christchurch-based Flash Fiction author, writes about her experiences (trying to) attend a Paint n' Pen event at Tūranga. National Flash Fiction Day is on this Saturday 22 June - Celebrate the shortest fiction on the shortest day of the year with National Flash Fiction Day. Come along for readings of Canterbury's best flash fiction from 2pm to 3.30pm at Tūranga.
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