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                        A Symposium at the University of Auckland, 27 September 2013  


How do contemporary poets engage their multiple audiences? What is the function of experiment in writing as a social act? How should we map the cultural dimensions of eco-poetics, identity politics or non-normative behaviours? Seven speakers address these and other questions in a series of interactive panels and a public reading hosted by the NZ Electronic Poetry Centre (nzepc) in conjunction with Australian poet Pam Brown’s Distinguished Visitor Award at the University of Auckland.

Poetry as Social Action (Audio)

Word and World Poetry Reading (Video)

Ann Vickery - video link

Ann Vickery
Susan Schultz - video link
Susan Schultz
David Howard - video link
David Howard
Ya Wen Ho - video link

Ya Wen Ho

Jen Crawford - video link

Jen Crawford

Ali Alizadeh - video link

Ali Alizadeh

Ya Wen Ho - video link

Adam Aitken

Authentic Local (Video)

Ya Wen Ho - video link

Pam Brown

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