Exploring a verse novel for the first time on bad apple, harold coutts visits the poignant world of Ruby Solly’s ‘The Artist’.
Poetry finds new form on bad apple through this te reo Māori contribution from Haukupu. Using religious iconography, they play with dialogical form in this piece, ‘Pohewa’, meaning ‘Delusions’.
Flatmate free amidst shifting lockdown levels, Rua finds a friend for the night. Bathed in the moonglow, the two men find a connection.
Threads present, past, and fibre converge in order to state ownership of a culture colonised and Christianised, of takatāpui.
J. Wiremu Kane goes straight for the throat of colonisation in this thought provoking and visceral prose.
In a dream, you saw a way to survive, and you were filled with joy.
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