Poetry Shelf celebrates new books: Iona Winters reads from Gaps in the Light

Gaps in the Light, Iona Winter, Ad Hoc Fiction, 2021

Iona Winter reads ‘Gregorian’

Iona Winter (Waitaha/Kāi Tahu) lives in Ōtepoti Dunedin. Her hybrid work is widely published and anthologised in literary journals internationally. Iona creates work to be performed, relishing cross-modality collaboration, and holds a Master of Creative Writing. She has authored three collections, Gaps in the Light (2021), Te Hau Kāika (2019), and then the wind came (2018). Skilled at giving voice to difficult topics, she often draws on her deep connection to land, place and whenua.

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