Story hour goes 21st Century.
Gina Cole reads from her stunning new book of short stories Black Ice Matter, which has got rave reviews.
Douglas Lloyd Jenkins is best known as a groundbreaking non-fiction writer on style. But now he’s written a gay novel set amongst the architects and builders of an expansionary Auckland.
Sam Orchard’s witty graphic novels are well known and loved.
Courtney Sina Meredith, an internationally recognised writer, reads from her highly praised Tail of the Taniwha.
The frequently hilarious Julie Helean has a new novel out, We the Ones.
Sit back, relax and dream away while our authors conjure up magic worlds. Chaired by Same Same But Different Festival Director Peter Wells.
At the end of the evening, the 2017 Wallace Arts Foundation Short Story Prize winner will be announced, and the winner will read their winning entry.
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