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Keys to Hell - freaky fables

Keys to Hell - freaky fables

Media Release 20.10.04 immediate

Launched last night, The "Keys to Hell" is a new collection of weird and wonderful short stories from one of New Zealand's most original young writers, which builds on the underground success her first collection, "The Spit Children", found. Illustrated with superb drawings by Taika Waititi, "The Keys to Hell" contain up to the minute fables and cautionary tales for the 21st century.

<> JO RANDERSON is a writer and performer from Aotearoa New Zealand. She is also the author of "The Spit Children" (short stories) and "The Knot" (an illustrated story with drawings by Vita Cochran), and numerous plays including "The Unforgiven Harvest" and "Fold". Jo is also the founder and Artistic Director of Barbarian Productions, a Wellington-based theatre company which tours comic-theatre performances around New Zealand and overseas.

TAIKA WAITITI (aka Taika Cohen) is an artist, actor and film maker based in Wellington.


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