Five poetry collections you've never read (or should again)
The Naked Self: A Review of Non Flower Elements
Handshaking with Emotion: A Review of Handshake 3: Reflect

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Literature

Books Editor Sarah Jane Barnett recommends five collections by Aotearoa poets. It's Phantom Billstickers National Poetry Day tomorrow (check out our NPD picks), so even if you've read these collections it's a good time to read them again.

The Night We Ate The Baby by Tim Upperton

Palmy poet and teacher Tim Upperton's collection The Night We Ate The Baby was shortlisted for the 2016 Ockham...

Theatre

Kate Prior reviews new work from Ash Jones and Arlo Gibson which mixes Buddhist philosophy with self-important casting directors.

This review discusses the ending of the work.

Ash Jones and Arlo Gibson play Charlie Au'Charles & Rumple S Tealskin – two terrible gold-chain, skivvy-wearing casting directors who seem to have emerged from early-80s London. They usher us into the Basement Studio, and once...

Art

What does a show of contemporary jewellery look like? Lucy Jackson considers the latest exhibition at The Dowse.

I wear four rings, my favourite formerly belonged to my mother. One day I tried it on and it was the perfect fit. I have had it on long term loan to me ever since. Aesthetically understated but sentimental –  like so much jewellery that is passed down through generations – this simple gold...

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Literature
Five poetry collections you've never read (or should again)
Theatre
The Naked Self: A Review of Non Flower Elements
Art
Handshaking with Emotion: A Review of Handshake 3: Reflect
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Music
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Read Time: 9 mins
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Read Time: 8 mins
We welcome our new art columnist, Daniel Satele to...
Art
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