Devon Webb chats to Liam Jacobson about their debut poetry collection, ‘Neither’, finding inspiration, spoken word and getting involved with Dead Bird Books.
harold coutts is back to cut their teeth on the new collection of work ‘Biter’ from Claudia Jardine.
harold coutts is back with their monthly book review. This month sees harold return to poetry with their attention grabbed by Jake Arthur’s ‘A Lack of Good Sons’, hooked, line and sinker.
Thrust into the limelight as an unexpected judge, rookie reviewer Maia Hall embraced her role as a judge at Auckland Pride Slam and came away as part of a little queer cult.
In their first foray into reviewing for bad apple, Kyra Lawler has a cinematic experience. With Tate Fountain’s debut poetry collection ‘Short Films’ in hand, they collect a bouquet of film scripts, letters, notes and vignettes to devour.
Crude Common Denominator Pleb Trash Baseline Urge Ass Poetry: Confessions from the Sick Bay. Possibly the book with the longest name that Harold has ever reviewed for bad apple. Intrigued?
As people of Aotearoa we are intrinsically tied to the sea. Adrienne Jansen explores this relationship in her new poetry collection, ‘Roll & Break’ and Harold takes a dip into these new waters.
Michelle Rahurahu writes to essa may ranapiri and ECHIDNA. A personal essay to a poet, founding whaea, artist and friend.
Resident bookworm harold reviews Jordan Hamel’s Everyone Is Everyone Except You. Fawning appropriately.
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