Released 10 May 2017 at the Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival, Ambient Terror is the third volume of poetry from Dunedin writer Victor Billot.
Please join us at Dog With Two Tails cafe at 8pm on 22 May 2019. Readings by feature poets Victor Billot and Richard Reeve, along with MC Ian Loughran.
And if you feel so inclined, please bring one poem of your own (or two very short ones) for our open mic segment!
Five poets take to the mic at The Savoy to read some of their latest work: Tayi Tibble (Poūkahangatus), David Eggleton (Edgeland and other poems), Liz Breslin (Alzheimer’s and a Spoon), Michael Harlow (The Moon in a Bowl of Water) and Majella Cullinane (Whisper of a Crow’s Wing). MC Victor Billot promises to keep them all in line. 9–10pm, Thursday 9 May 2019 at the Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival.
I’m happy to have – for the first time – a poem printed in the New Zealand Poetry Yearbook. The 2019 edition is out now from Massey University Press.
Rumour has it that I’m on at 9pm https://www.odt.co.nz/news/your-news/literary-bent-waitati-music-festival
A first: finally got something published in Landfall. My poem Facebook sends a memory is in Landfall 236, from November 2018.
Pleased to have my poem The Hierarchy appear in this stonking anthology, out now from Luncheon Sausage Books.
Very happy to be included in this Reykjavík City of Literature project. A real buzz.
I entered the Given Words competition again this year, and although not placed, the organizers are kind enough to publish the entries anyway.
A successful entry into this small but perfectly formed event organized by Iona Winter.
Originally posted on Tararua District Library (NZ) : Te Whare Pukapuka o Tararua:
School Day The clang of the bell, an antique gong ringing amongst standards and apps, casts…
New Zealand Books, Winter 2018
A new poem published in Takahe 92 and available online
The Plastific Ocean made it over the line for third prize in the Seaweek / World Oceans Day Poetry Competition 2018, organized by the National Aquarium in Napier.
Landfall’s position as New Zealand’s pre-eminent literary and art journal is being celebrated in a unique way by the Otago Arts Society.