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Taste The Cream Best New Zealand Poems 2003


Taste The Cream Best New Zealand Poems 2003 - Wellington

The New Zealand Book Council is proud to bring you a taste of the Best New Zealand Poems 2003 for Montana Poetry Day.

Hear much loved Wellington poets Jenny Bornholdt, Kate Camp, Geoff Cochrane, Greg O'Brien and Chris Price read a sample of the best, with chair Damien Wilkins at St Andrews on the Terrace, Friday, 12pm, 16 July.

This annual event showcases the vitality and range of contemporary New Zealand poetry. Each year 25 poems are selected from recent literary magazines and poetry collections for the Best New Zealand Poems website. There are plenty of fresh discoveries to be made.

Best New Zealand Poems 2003 - Wellington will be held at St Andrews on the Terrace, 12 pm, Friday, 16 July. Tickets $4 members, $6 non-members.

For further information or to make bookings contact:

Helen Heath at the New Zealand Book Council, phone 04 499 1569 or email events@bookcouncil.org.nz

Visit the Best New Zealand Poems website on:

http://www.vuw.ac.nz/modernletters/bnzp/

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