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Fast Fibres Poetry Four Anthology Launch

Fast Fibres Poetry Four Launches

31 July 2017 - Fast Fibres Poetry Four is the fourth year of an annual anthology of poetry by Northland poets. This year over forty Northland poets with a very diverse range of styles, experience and backgrounds are included. Amongst these are Olivia Macassey, Martin Porter, Renee Liang, Piet Nieuwland, Shelly Arlidge, Graham Johnson, Arthur Fairley, Vaughan Gunson, Aaron Robertson, and Mercedes Webb-Pullman.

Fast Fibres Poetry Four will be launched in Whangarei on Thursday 17 August at ONEONESIX Bank Street, 5-8pm.

A wrap-up event to National Poetry Day 2017, in Kawakawa at Kings Theatre Creative on Sunday 27 August will include a launch of Fast Fibres Poetry and an open mic from 1.30 to 4pm.


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