Poetry Shelf noitceboard: Lani Wendt Young’s NZBC talk

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Beloved Samoan author Lani Wendt Young presents an evocative talk on reading and writing in the digital age. Brought to you by NZBC.

About this Event

Join us for Stories from the Wild: Reading and Writing in the Digital Age, a brave and personal talk on the growth of Pasifika literature and how digital technologies are disrupting traditional publishing and offering new opportunities for both readers and writers.

Held in Wellington High School’s character auditorium, Stories from the Wild: Reading and Writing in the Digital Age will be delivered with Lani Wendt Young’s distinctive honesty, humour and passion.

Transport to the event is available via the number 3 bus, which stops outside the school on Taranaki Street. Follow signs from Taranaki street to the auditorium.

Parking is available in the both the Massey University and Wellington High School car parks – entrances on Taranaki street.

The auditorium has wheelchair access and gender-neutral bathrooms.

We look forward to seeing you there!

β€œTo delve into what it means to be a reader in the digital age, we must first talk about what it was like before.”



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