Sally Blundell is a writer, journalist, editor and reviewer based in Ōtautahi Christchurch. She worked for, and contributed to, a number of magazine titles, including NZ Listener, NZ Geographic, Te Karaka, Art New Zealand, Art News, North & South, and Landfall. As an essayist she has also written for the Griffith Review, Once in a Lifetime: City-building after disaster in Christchurch and Extraordinary Anywhere: Essays on Place from Aotearoa New Zealand. Her contribution to Public Knowledge explores the mosque shootings of 2019 in the context of social media and public response.
Events at Word
LLEW SUMMERS: BODY AND SOULSaturday, 31 October 1:30 pm
Llew Summers: Body and Soul, a new book published by Canterbury University Press, depicts the work and life of one of New Zealand’s most recognisable sculptors. Author John Newton talks with Sally Blundell.