Radicalism and Tolerance
Writers 09 Mar
In a time of rising extremism around the world, discover first-hand why former Islamist extremist Maajid Nawaz, political commentator Ali A Rizvi and activist Yasmine Mohammed are on a quest for peace and tolerance.
Music, Festival Club 17 – 18 Mar
Born out of jazz school, the gifted Drax Project have grown from a music students’ busking project into one of the hottest tickets in town.
Chris is a poet and occasional food blogger based in Wellington. He is the author of How to be Dead in a Year of Snakes, which won the 2016 Jessie Mackay Award for Best First Book of Poetry.
The Spinoff described them as "the royal couple of making fun and exciting literary things happen", and from 10-12 November Pirate and Queen (aka Claire and Andrew) are back with a fourth LitCrawl weekend for Wellington.
Megan, a former Borders book shop employee and mermaid enthusiast, credits Ray Bradbury's 1953 novel Fahrenheit 451 as the literary inspiration behind her new book, Tinderbox.