Monthly Archives: January 2016

When lightning strikes: David Bowie and mining identity.

Originally posted on Paparoa's Blog:
I In the tidal wave of emotion that has swept the world since David Bowie’s death was announced on Monday, I have found my myself in a curious position: saluting a great artist who…

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When lightning strikes: David Bowie and mining identity.

I In the tidal wave of emotion that has swept the world since David Bowie’s death was announced on Monday, I have found my myself in a curious position: saluting a great artist who I never really got know, or … Continue reading

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The Blue Outboard, by Nick Williamson. Review.

Those of us poetry readers and writers around Christchurch over the past twenty years will have come across Nick Williamson’s work in a variety of venues: readings, haiku competitions, anthologies and his previous lone entry into the single volume lists, … Continue reading

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