Death, cemeteries, and spiders: Dr Simon Pollard – Part two of A cabinet of Curiosities, tiny lectures on the weird and wonderful: WORD Christchurch 2019

Simon Pollard talks about the wonders of Woodlawn Cemetery. This was one of the tiny lectures in the Cabinets of Curiosities at WORD Christchurch.
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‘Samoan Queer Lives’ launched at Tūranga – Thursday 12 September 2019

There was colour, laughter, and stories galore at Tūranga on Thursday evening  for the New Zealand launch of Samoan Queer Lives.  MCed by well-known fa'afafine Fuimaono Karl Pulotu-Endemann (Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit), this was a joyful and thought-provoking evening that I was proud to be a part of. 
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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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