Saturday, 27 July 2019
Book of the Week
. Lynn Jenner's deeply thoughtful book,
, enlists the help of deceased cultural eminence Charles Brasch to explore the tensions between words and land, and between society and ecology, as a response to the recent development of the Kāpiti Expressway, a so-called ‘Road of National Significance’.
Book your ticket to hear Lynn Jenner in conversation with with environmental planner and social scientist Charlotte Šunde at the VOLUME MAPUA LITERARY FESTIVAL in September
Read Thomas's review.
Radio NZ review
"I write to find out about things that seem to matter."
Your copy here
Read Thomas's review of Jenner's previous book,
Lost and Gone Away
Dear Sweet Harry
Charles Brasch's poetry and journals
The Kapiti Expressway heads north
"I do not want to sell." —Patricia Grace
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