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Andi Buchanan

Kaituhi Tūtahi | Contributing Writer

Andi C. Buchanan is a writer, mostly of fantasy and science fiction, based in Te Awakairangi ki Tai / Lower Hutt. Their cross-genre novella From a Shadow Grave – inspired by a local ghost story – won the 2020 Sir Julius Vogel Award for best novella / novelette. Their essay "No car, no kids" is in the upcoming Otherhood anthology from Massey University Press. You can find them at https://linktr.ee/andiwrites.

Everything By: Andi C. Buchanan

Society11.02.24

Quiet Hours and Werewolves

Dim lights, no music, clear aisles: Wednesdays at 2:30pm offer only a sliver of time for those with accessibility needs. Andi C. Buchanan explores the intersections of time and disability in public spaces.

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