Written by celebrated poet and playwright Courtney Sina Meredith, this collection focuses on connection and displacement, the blurring between internal landscapes and longed-for realities.
Released at the grand age of 88, this is legendary writer Kevin Ireland’s 27th poetry collection. In this lively collection we find the poet meditating on ageing, love, viruses and the writing process.
Mezzaluna covers a wide range of topics rich in details of Michele Leggott’s New Zealand life. The acclaimed poet writes with tenderness and courage about the paradoxes of losing her sight and remaking the world in words.
In this collection, the natural world around us hits back. From rainy Ihumatao to London's Kew Gardens, in the face of seas and streams, ducks and dogs, black drops and bureaucracies, humans bumble through.
As beloved Pasifika poet Serie Barford moves through autumn, winter, spring and summer, she traverses the pain, anger, longing and heartache of losing a loved one in poetry that is both steely with resolve and exquisitely tender.
For nine hours, Paula Green limped with a broken foot on the Queen Charlotte track while chased by a gathering storm. To distract from the pain, she composed these frenetic and compelling poems in her head.
Chiefly written in English, with some Te reo Māori, these poems offer a marvellous hīkoi through Aotearoa today alongside a leading Maori poet.
Mason was once described as New Zealand’s “first wholly original, unmistakably gifted poet”. This enormous collection includes some never-before-published poems.
Fijian-born, New Zealand-based poet Daren Kamali takes us on a moving journey through his early years, focusing on a mango tree – Vunimaqo – that was a focal point of his youth.
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