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The Literary Salon - Stanza Six

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When:

  • Thu 2 Jun ’16, 7:00pm – 9:00pm

Where:

The Meteor, 1 Victoria Street, Hamilton

Restrictions:

All Ages Licensed

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $15.00

On Thursday the 2nd of June we present our second 2016 Salon, an inspiring and interesting evening for writers and readers to meet, speak and have a drink together. So, settle back in a comfy chair with a free glass of wine and canapés, while enjoying an exchange of ideas with our stimulating speakers:

Ranked 4th at the 2014 Women of the World Poetry Slam, Carrie Rudzinski has published and performed her work extensively throughout her native USA and internationally. Carrie is currently on the Michael King Poetry Project as well as Rising Voices Youth Poetry Slam.

Angus Gillies is a TV3 news producer. Somehow he manages to find the time to write as well, penning non-fiction (sports bio's) as well as fiction. Most recently he has written the Ngati Dread trilogy about the killings, arsons and conflict in Ruatoria in the late 1980s.

Sailor, teacher, children’s author, adult novelist and storyteller, Tui Allen is also the Literary rep on the Hamilton Arts Forum and a regional delegate on the National Council of the NZ Society of Authors.

Mel Martin is a poet, playwright, and director for the stage. Co-founder of contemporary theatre collective BlackBox Creative, Mel has directed successful seasons of modern works, including her own play, The Last Letter in 2014.

Hosted by Mark Houlahan, academic, actor, reviewer, Shakespearean expert and M.C. extraordinaire.

Ticket includes a free drink and canapés. Tickets are available now for purchase from Browsers Bookshop or door sales at The Meteor on the night, and are strictly limited.

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