I’m honoured to have my poem Rage Virus find its way into the 2020 Best New Zealand Poems edited by … More
Originally posted on NZ Poetry Shelf:
The Sets, Victor Billot, Otago University Press, 2021 Victor Billot reads ‘The Sets’ from his collection…
The Sets was launched in Dunedin on Thursday 4 February at the temporary home of the University Book Shop in … More
The MP for Clutha-Southland
did, it is true, post on Facebook that
he had been door knocking in Mataura
when he hadn’t.
As Minister of Social Development I went hard, I developed people out of houses into cars.
My name is Andy Wyndzor,
I’m aged 60 or so.
Occupation not stated,
of no fixed abode.
All hail! Glad tidings O countrymen and womyn! The battle for the soul of our green and pleasant land is … More
Published as part of the Dunedin City of Literature Possibilities Project For a start we are all awarded a year … More
Two poems of mine have been published in Takahē 98, Rage Virus and A Sea Wife. Thanks to Takahē who … More
The (deservedly) winning poem was “Harsh Light” by Elizabeth Brooke-Carr, and I was happy to be a finalist in this interesting new competition.
The New Zealand Poetry Society are pleased to announce the results of the 2019 International Poetry Competition. With over 1,400 … More
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 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.