Everything in: Punches


From the comparative quiet backwaters of Taichung, Taiwan, New Zealanders Ron and Mark Hanson fought a valiant rearguard action to keep their art and culture magazine, 'White Fungus', in bloom. Stian Overdahl discovers how it's all finally paying off.


My Open Letter To Lorde

Aerosmith's Steven Tyler joins the team to send a vital, personal message to Lorde about "Royals", privilege, and the rock n' roll lifestyle.


Learning to Talk about Art

Ahead of Artweek Auckland, organiser Amy Stewart talks about how she faced her trepidation, got her shit together, and figured out how to put her thoughts about art down on the page.


Political cartoonists: even they think they're dying. Ahead of their panel at the Going West Books and Writers Festival this Sunday, we chat to three of the best editorial cartoonists in the country about what it means to do what they do.

Internet Histories02.09.13

Internet Histories | 2 September

This fortnight: The soul-sapping no-win spectacle of Syria, Buzzfeed as a diplomatic mouthpiece, Miley and Gaga at the VMAs, how Breaking Bad brings out the worst in certain fans, and racial dot maps of the United States.


Ahead of National Poetry Day on Friday, we point to a few things worth hearing, seeing and quaffing at in the four centres.

Internet Histories01.04.13

Internet Histories: Easter Edition

April Fool's special: Changes at the Pantograph Punch, WhaleOil, and the Science of Selling out. Featuring new guest post by Michael Laws!


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