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Story and Spirit, Language and Heart This panel discussion, moderated by Fran Kewene, consists of Eva Grace Mullaley and Zac James from Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company, and Jess Thompson Carr (aka Maori Mermaid). The topic: How language and culture shapes our story telling. This event was part of the New Zealand Young Writers Festival (3rd - 6th of October 2019)09/10/2019 06:03 PM1:8:3Download //www.accessradio.org/Player.aspx?eid=a32c0e2c-d885-4b27-9003-1a33cd895fd2
Fear Factor – Covering Yourself in Snakes for FunIn this panel discussion and reading, Eliana Gray, Jordan Hamel and a panel of terrified guests discuss what they are really afraid of. Please Note, this recording includes strong language. This event was part of the New Zealand Young Writers Festival (3rd - 6th of October 2019)09/10/2019 06:01 PM1:53:57Download //www.accessradio.org/Player.aspx?eid=c78b21e5-df01-4c28-b905-72ca58654963
Studio Vignettes – an Exhibition and ReadingsCurated by Isla Thomas, Studio Vignettes was designed as a hub for students and young people to showcase their own and experience each other’s work, including small books or zines. In this event, we will hear from a few of the artists involved in the exhibition. This event was part of the New Zealand Young Writers Festival (3rd - 6th of October 2019)09/10/2019 05:46 PM0:36:8Download //www.accessradio.org/Player.aspx?eid=72c126e4-2814-497b-a503-68cfa46d7975
New Zealand Young Writers Festival - Interview with Nathan JoeA pre-festival chat with Ōtautahi based playwriter and theatre-maker Nathan Joe - The inaugural NZYWF Writer in Residence throughout September. New Zealand Young Writers Festival (3rd - 6th of October 2019) visit youngwritersfest.nz for event details30/09/2019 04:00 PM0:7:39Download //www.accessradio.org/Player.aspx?eid=2140d6da-dc92-463f-b445-5d939d12f07d
New Zealand Young Writers Festival - Interview with Isla ThomasA pre-festival chat with Isla Thomas - Curator for the 'Studio Vignettes - Exhibition and Readings' event. New Zealand Young Writers Festival (3rd - 6th of October 2019) visit youngwritersfest.nz for event details.30/09/2019 04:00 PM0:14:9Download //www.accessradio.org/Player.aspx?eid=ab4c9c9e-b72e-47b9-8e85-78499127e1a8
Colour Between The Lines: Decolonising LiteratureThe programme you are about to hear, “Colour Between The Lines: Decolonising Literature”, was held as part of the 2018 New Zealand Young Writers Festival. This Trans-Tasman Talanoa includes Winnie Dunn and Phoebe Grainer from the Sweatshop: Western Sydney Literacy Movement, and the Auckland-based pair of Pasifika playwright Leki Jackson-Bourke, and columnist Miriama Aoake. They korero about how their writing practices contribute to continuous acts of decolonisation.13/09/2018 11:30 AM0:56:39Download //www.accessradio.org/Player.aspx?eid=7d8d1081-2e5e-4890-ba98-f41db15698fb
The Most Terrifying Children’s Book EverOn this the 200th Anniversary of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, maybe it’s time to reflect on what are our greatest horror masterpieces. The programme you are about to hear, “The Most Terrifying Children’s Book Eve”, was held as part of the 2018 New Zealand Young Writers Festival. Craig Cliff and a group of overactive imaginations argue that it’s not Mary Shelley, Anne Rice or Stephen King we should be most afraid of, but rather Maurice Sendak, Lynley Dodd or Margaret Wise Brown.13/09/2018 11:30 AM0:58:51Download //www.accessradio.org/Player.aspx?eid=40008ee7-010d-4a3d-a944-a8d2786dd614
Tales from the Sweatshop: A Western Sydney ShowcaseSweatshop is a literacy movement based in Western Sydney, devoted to empowering groups and individuals from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds through training and employment in creative and critical writing. In the programme you are about to hear, we hear from Sweatshop’s Winnie Dunn, Phoebe Grainer and Shirley Le. “Tales from the Sweatshop: A Western Sydney Showcase” was held as part of the 2018 New Zealand Young Writers Festival. 13/09/2018 10:45 AM0:49:31Download //www.accessradio.org/Player.aspx?eid=0584bbd6-00a7-4b21-8d06-8ace7eda95fa
The Blaming of the Shrew: From the Frontlines of Contemporary Feminism125 years after women won the vote in Aotearoa New Zealand, we’ve still got a long way to go. The programme you are about to hear, “The Blaming of the Shrew: From the Frontlines of Contemporary Feminism” was held as part of the 2018 New Zealand Young Writers Festival. On this panel, journalists Sasha Borissenko and Eleanor Ainge Roy, and Shirley Le from Sweatshop Sydney discuss pay equity, intersectional feminism, and the difficulties of balancing privacy and the public interest in the #MeToo era.13/09/2018 10:45 AM0:58:26Download //www.accessradio.org/Player.aspx?eid=73e38026-dfa2-481b-932b-66838fc12956