Your Brain Can Be a Dick: Disabled Writers and Ableism in Aotearoa
Casting a Light on Women’s Shadow Labour: A Review of Past Caring? Women, Work and Emotion
Feminist Futures: A Review of Working On My Night Moves

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Literature

Elizabeth Heritage argues for greater accessibility in the literary community.

Feature image: (Clockwise from top left) Trish Harris, Helen Vivienne Fletcher, Ben Brown, Steff Green, Sarah Lin Wilson, Jared Flitcroft, Stella Carruthers and Allyson Hamblett.

Across Aotearoa right now there are disabled writers creating everything from spoken-word poetry to films to bestselling paranormal romance...

Literature

The pun of the title says it all: with our tiring history of care work, are women past caring? The very existence of this new history, with all-women contributors, tells us the answer is obviously no.

Feature image: Anne Noble, ‘the Thetfords cooking together’, from the exhibition Hidden Lives: the work of care. Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington 0.027961/2.

Much care has gone...

Theatre

New Volumes critic India Essuah heads into darkness with Working On My Night Moves, a new performance work from Julia Croft and Nisha Madhan that challenges us to imagine a world radically reshaped around a bold and powerful feminism.

Every year my primary school held a school fair, and every year the Year Four classroom was turned into a maze for it. The year I was in that class, I remember watching...

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Literature
Your Brain Can Be a Dick: Disabled Writers and Ableism in Aotearoa
Literature
Casting a Light on Women’s Shadow Labour: A Review of Past Caring? Women, Work and Emotion
Theatre
Feminist Futures: A Review of Working On My Night Moves
Who’s Afraid of Experimental Dance?
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Victoria Wynne-Jones attends Experimental Dance Week...
Art
Who’s Afraid of Experimental Dance?
By Victoria Wynne-Jones
A Space Like Belonging: On Christina Pataialii
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Can a painting tell you where you are?
Art
A Space Like Belonging: On Christina Pataialii
By Lucinda Bennett
Crazy Rich Discourse: A Review of I Am Rachel Chu
Read Time: 6 mins
I Am Rachel Chu takes on the cultural juggernaut that...
Theatre
Crazy Rich Discourse: A Review of I Am Rachel Chu
By George Fenwick
The Unmissables: Three Artworks to see in February
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A monthly round-up of the works in Tāmaki Makaurau...
Art
The Unmissables: Three Artworks to see in February
By Pantograph Punch
Imagined Art History: An Interview with Thomasin Sleigh
Read Time: 20 mins
Holly Walker interviews Wellington-based writer Thomasin...
Literature
Imagined Art History: An Interview with Thomasin Sleigh
By Holly Walker
Whakanuia: Pantograph Picks for Auckland Fringe and NZ Fringe 2019
Read Time: 11 mins
Theatre Editor Adam Goodall offers up his recommendations...
Theatre
Whakanuia: Pantograph Picks for Auckland Fringe and NZ Fringe 2019
By Pantograph Punch
Loose Canons: Malia Johnston
Read Time: 9 mins
Award-winning choreographer and director and Malia...
Theatre
Loose Canons: Malia Johnston
By Malia Johnston
Picking at the Surface
Read Time: 13 mins
Vanessa Crofskey on compulsive grooming, beauty and...
Society
Picking at the Surface
By Vanessa Crofskey