Summer Reading Series: The Saddest Song in the World by Chris Tse
Summer Reading Series: Two poems by Vaughan Rapatahana
Summer Reading Series: How To Die by Jo Randerson

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Each week over the summer we are posting new fiction, non-fiction and poetry by Aotearoa writers. This week, poet Chris Tse shares a poem from his forthcoming collection, He's So Masc

Read the rest of the series: 'Drunk Girls' by Helen O'Connor 'How To Die' by Jo Randerson Two poems by Louise Wallace Two poems by Vaughan Rapatahana  

It’s been a personal quest of mine to find the saddest song in the world. Many...

Literature

Each week over the summer we are posting new fiction, non-fiction and poetry by Aotearoa writers. This week, two poems from poet Vaughan Rapatahana's forthcoming collection, ternion.

Read the rest of the series: 'Drunk Girls' by Helen O'Connor 'How To Die' by Jo Randerson Two poems by Louise Wallace  

endgame

so the river killed the fish while the rain stood by & watched, garbed in gloom like...

Literature

Each week over the summer we are posting new fiction, non-fiction and poetry by Aotearoa writers. This week, Jo Randerson shares her essay 'How to Die.'

Read the rest of the series: 'Drunk Girls' by Helen O'Connor Two poems by Louise Wallace Two poems by Vaughan Rapatahana  

How to die 

How do you imagine you will take your last moments of life? Will your spirit be at peace? Or terrified? Will...

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Summer Reading Series: The Saddest Song in the World by Chris Tse
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Summer Reading Series: Two poems by Vaughan Rapatahana
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Summer Reading Series: How To Die by Jo Randerson
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