Hannah Newport-Watson

Kaituhi Tūtahi | Contributing Writer

Hannah (Pākehā) is an editor and writer living in Te Whanganui-a-Tara, also working in the public service. She was an editor for The Pantograph Punch from 2018–2020 and has also edited and produced illustrated non-fiction for Te Papa Press and Oxford University Press.

Everything By: Hannah Newport-Watson


The PP Trash Pile: Our Favourite Bad TV

When the world is falling to pieces, sometimes you need to escape into something ridiculous. The Pantograph Punch team brings you our favourite bad TV.


What’s Hot? Our Spring Picks

August & September highlights across visual arts, books, music and fashion, from the Pantograph Punch team of writers and editors.


Novelists Pip Adam and Brannavan Gnanalingam discuss writing about trauma and how the narratives we tell ourselves compare to reality.


The Pantograph Picks: NZIFF 2020

Our top picks from this year’s New Zealand International Film Festival programme, At Home – Online.


Black Authors: A Reading List

10 books we love by Black authors.


We take a moment to thank the handmade objects that brought us joy while stuck at home.


Gregory Kan thrives amid self-imposed constraints in his second poetry collection – but also tests the reader’s patience for abstracted gravitas. Hannah Newport-Watson reviews.


Contemporary Muslim poets whose work we love, admire or would like to read more of.


Books to Look Out for in 2019

Forthcoming New Zealand poetry, fiction and non-fiction we’re excited about in 2019


Owning a stand-alone home is increasingly unaffordable. Hannah Newport-Watson asks if sharing property is the answer.


Hannah Newport-Watson talks to the duo behind LitCrawl and Lōemis about what it takes to create independent literary and arts festivals in Wellington.


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