Come and hear from some of the best poets working in Aotearoa today. Karlo Mila’s Goddess Muscle spans a decade of work, and explores both the personal and political. Kate Camp’s How To Be Happy Though Human was described by David Eggleton as ‘like a bumper ride in a fairground … at once jarring and exhilarating’. Tayi Tibble‘s second collection, Rangikura, asks us to think about our relationship to desire and exploitation. Find out what drives these poets, what they think makes a good poem, and their insights into how you can write your own. Chaired by fellow brilliant poet, Bernadette Hall.
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