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Turbine 14: New writing from emerging and established writers and the latest graduates of Victoria University of Wellington’s International Institute of Modern Letters (IIML

Turbine 14 highlights new and established literary talent

New writing from emerging and established writers and the latest graduates of Victoria University of Wellington’s International Institute of Modern Letters (IIML) is featured in the 2014 edition of literary journal, Turbine.

9 December 2014
The annual online journal offers a sampler of work by 2014 Master’s students, alongside poetry and fiction extracts from internationally regarded writers such as Maike Wetzel from Germany, Lesley Wheeler from the United States, and award-winning Kiwi poets Lynn Jenner and Marty Smith.
Victoria University chaplain John Dennison contributes poems from a collection to be co-published in 2015 by Auckland University Press and Carcanet in the United Kingdom.
The 2014 Victoria University/Creative New Zealand Writer in Residence Hinemoana Baker talks to Fulbright scholar and poet Max Chapnick about her current project, whether her writing has an implicit or explicit political awareness, the joys of late-night writing, and the similarities between writing and looking after a dog.
Recordings by five poets bring their poems off the page, including work by the 2013 Biggs Family Prize in Poetry winner, Morgan Bach, whose first collection will be published by Victoria University Press in 2015.
Re-imaginings of Greek myth sit alongside geological analyses of Kapiti-coast soil types; a family recipe book provides a basis for an exploration into the Portuguese psyche; toilet humour, shipwrecks and Robert Redford mix with work on Fiji, Samoa and Pacific waves.
For more on Turbine go here.
Turbine 14 here.
Poets on offer include Emma Neale, Anna Jackson, Johanna Emeney, Lynn Davidson, Marisa Cappetta, Lee Posna, Helen Heath, Cliff Fell, Kerrin P Sharpe, Louise Wallace, Marty Smith and Chris Tse. Then as many again that are new discoveries for me. Looks like a great issue.

Turbine: Time to get your poem pens in action and send submissions to the online magazine

Turbine: Time to get your poem pens in action and send submissions to the online magazine produced by IIML at Victoria University.
What to submit

Only material that has not yet been published in New Zealand will be considered.

Prose: short essays or fiction pieces are preferable, to a maximum of 2,500 words (longer pieces may be considered at the editors’ discretion). Send only 2 pieces.

Poetry: Send only 5 poems.

Photographs or artworks with a literary theme may be considered.

As a non-profit publication, Turbine is unable to offer payment for contributions. For all accepted material, copyright will revert to the author upon publication.

The editors are unable to engage in correspondence regarding individual submissions.

When to submit

The reading period for the 2013 issue of Turbine will begin July 1, 2013. Please do not send submissions before this date.

Submissions for the next issue must be received by October 19, 2013.

We will send email notification of acceptance or rejection in early December, 2013. (Those submitting by post will only be notified if they provide a stamped, self-addressed envelope with their submission.)

For more information see Turbine guidelines here

Turbine issues here