Home: New Writing Giveaway

Literature

09.07.2017

Home: New Writing Giveaway

To celebrate its publication, we have three copies of Home: New Writing to give away. This marvellous collection brings together non-fiction pieces about the theme of ‘home,’ commissioned from twenty-two of New Zealand’s best writers. Read one of the essays here!

COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED.

Featuring: Selina Tusitala Marsh, Laurence Fearnley, Elizabeth Knox, Ian Wedde, Tina Makereti, Sarah Jane Barnett, Sue Wootton, Ingrid Horrocks, Brian Turner, Helen Lehndorf, Paula Morris, Anna Gailani, Nick Allen, Diane Comer, Gina Cole, Ashleigh Young, Lloyd Jones, Thom Conroy, Jillian Sullivan, Bonnie Etherington, James George and Martin Edmond. Edited by Thom Conroy and published by Massey University Press.


This competition is open to New Zealand residents only. Competition opens 9 July and closes 1 August 2017. The winner will be notified by email. The judge's decision is final and this prize is not exchangeable or transferable, and cannot be taken for cash. The Pantograph Punch will not be liable for any direct, or indirect consequential loss, damage or disrepair whatsoever which is suffered as a result of, arising from or in connection with, this offer. 

Bad Men and Bad Women: A Review of How to Take Off Your Clothes
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Shocks and Conversations: A Review of Two New Anthologies of New Zealand Poetry
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Earnest but Elusive: A Review of Under Glass by Gregory Kan
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Gregory Kan thrives amid self-imposed constraints...
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Whakanuia: 10 Contemporary Muslim Poets We Love
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Your Brain Can Be a Dick: Disabled Writers and Ableism in Aotearoa
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Casting a Light on Women’s Shadow Labour: A Review of Past Caring? Women, Work and Emotion
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