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What is Hue & Cry
Hue & Cry is a Wellington-based art and literary journal. Increasingly recognised as a distinctive voice in the New Zealand art and literary scene, the journal exists to promote emergent artists and writers, and to encourage communication within and between the art and literary communities throughout New Zealand. Offset printed, we take a curatorial approach to contributions as a whole, organising the journal as an aesthetic space. In August 2012, Hue & Cry launched a publishing arm, Hue & Cry Press.
Hue & Cry is published and edited by Chloe Lane, with Lawrence Patchett as literary co-editor and Andrea Bell as art editor, and designed by The International Office.
'Hue & Cry: a rather good British film of the 1940s; a rather bad British group of the 1980s; a wholly wonderful New Zealand literary/art magazine of today. It comes out only once a year and is always worth tracking down.' –-Guy Somerset, The NZ Listener
‘Hue & Cry's new issue, Champion This!, is a delight and a pleasure to behold, skim, put down, and finally soak up from cover to cover.’
‘Hue & Cry's meticulous, minimalist design recalls the uncluttered, austere authority of '70s Landfall, and it s well worth picking up.’
‘This no-holds-barred, black and white 'zine tells it like it is … this collection speaks in a refreshingly honest voice.’
–Art World Magazine
Hue & Cry is made possible by the support and generosity of a number of people and institutions. In particular we would like to acknowledge and say a big thank you to Creative New Zealand, The International Institute of Modern Letters, The Chartwell Trust, Jim & Mary Barr.
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