Interview with Radio New Zealand, “The Arts on Sunday”

From The Arts on Sunday on Sunday 2 September 2012
Riemke Ensing, who’s one of the contenders for the Lauris Edmond poetry prize being announced on Sunday at the Christchurch Writers Festival.

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Reading at Christchurch Writers’ Festival

Five New Zealand Poets

‘The finale of the Christchurch Writers’ Festival culminates with readings from five of our most celebrated poets – Riemke Ensing, Benadette Hall, Cilla McQueen, Harry Rickets and Ian Wedde.

 Riemke Ensing’s work is represented in many anthologies and she enjoys collaborating with artists. In 2009 she wrote a set of poems for the Charles Brasch Centennial, which were published as O Lucky Man’.

Prize winning poet and educator James Norcliffe will chair the session which ends with the announcement of the Lauris Edmond Award for Poetry.

Date:        Sunday 2 September, 2012
Time:       5 – 6 pm
Venue:    Geo. Dome, North Hagley Park Events Village.  
               Rolleston Avenue, Christchurch


Celebrate 25 New Zealand Poets

Newly listed on the Poetry Archive UK

Come along and enjoy readings by a selection of poets and editors whose works are being launched on the Poetry Arhive UK!

Readings from Riemke Ensing, Alistair Paterson, Diana Bridge, and others!

Date:  Saturday 7th July 2012
Time:  1pm – 2:30pm
Location:  Pah Homestead, TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre

The Poetry Archive UK is a foremost poetry website, promoting written and spoken poetry from around the globe.

An Afternoon with Riemke Ensing

In partnership with The New Zealand Society of Authors,
7 Saint Vincent is hosting ‘Meet the Author’ Book Series where we bring you a different New Zealand author the first Thursday of every month. The author will talk about their books and the writing process behind their published work. Limited seating, to ensure your seat, please
RSVP to 09 524 1420

Date: Thursday 5th July 2012
Time: 3pm
Location: 7 Saint Vincent, Remuera

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