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Nina Mingya Powles

Kaituhi Tūtahi | Contributing Writer

Nina Mingya Powles is a poet from Wellington, currently living in London. Her recent poetry publications include Luminescent (2017) and field notes on a downpour (2018) and several poetry zines. She is the editor of Bitter Melon 苦瓜 and was co-winner of this year's Landfall Essay Competition. She is working on a collection of essays about water.

Everything By: Nina Mingya Powles

Art08.11.19

A zine about zines: Nina Mingya Powles makes a zine about her love of the artform.

Literature04.03.18

Letters from Shanghai

Nina Powles recalls her time living in Shanghai, and how her experience resonates with two Aotearoa writers who came before her: Agnes Moncrieff and Robin Hyde.

Literature07.06.17

The Great Wall (2016) by Nina Powles

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