Against the Prevailing Winds
8 April - 5 August
Against the Prevailing Winds is an issue of Hue & Cry made specifically for the Courtenay Place Park Light Boxes in Wellington. Sixteen writers and artists were asked to write a text, or make a text-based work, in response to the idea that Hue & Cry and Wellington can both be thought of as centres of collision. Includes new writing by: Eleanor Catton, Airini Beautrais, Pip Adam, Joan Fleming, Lynn Jenner, Tina Makereti & Lawrence Patchett. And new art by: Amy Howden-Chapman, Campbell Patterson & Tahi Moore.
An Exercise in Optimism
Issue Six includes new fiction by Gigi Fenster, Gemma Bowker-Wright, 2011 Best First Book winner Pip Adam; as well as Hera Lindsay Bird and Rachel O'Neill.
A Man Runs into a Woman
by Sarah Jane Barnett
'This is an honest, zealous and dark little book. Barnett looks closely at people in a series of poetic vignettes ... stunning, stormy, snappy and accessible without hiding anything from the imagination. If you like your poetry full of shock, drama and statements, rather than soft whispery bits, this is the one for you.' - Otago Daily Times
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