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Poetry Reading, Wellington - 18 Feb, Thistle Inn

Poetry @ The Thistle Inn, Wellington

Monday 18 February, 7.30pm

The Thistle Inn, 3 Mulgrave St, Thorndon
Starts with open mic, and then our Guest is Colin Patterson from Leeston. Colin is a retired farmer and unlikely poet, who entered his writing career late but with gusto. He is well-known around the South Island for his hearty performances and will be in good form tonight.

Bonus guest! Andrew Nance is a recent graduate of the Iowa Creative Writing programme, who is currently teaching at the International Institute of Modern Letters in Wellington.
Entry $5 (NZPS members $3). Supported by the Wellington City Council Creative Communities Local Funding Scheme.

www.poetrysociety.org.nz

ENDS

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