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 their 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.
Fresh from a sell-out run at London's National Theatre, New Zealand Festival will bring Inua Ellams' play to the TSB Arena in Wellington from 24 Feb - 4 March. Barber Shop Chronicles is partnered by Weta Digital.
Ahead of the premiere of her new commission, Pacific, at Wellington Cathedral of St Paul this month, US-based composer Gemma Peacocke talks about what inspires her work.
City Gallery Curator Aaron Lister discusses three stand-out works from Occulture: The Dark Arts. This free exhibition features artists who push the symbolic, formal and material languages of occult traditions into new forms.
Starling editor and Wellington-based poet Louise Wallace shares three poems from her new collection, Bad Things.