Short interview on The Pantograph Punch

A few weeks ago I had a conversation with my friend Joseph Nunweek about Wild Articulations, or ‘about the book’s origins, approaching a deeply local matter as a transplanted Kiwi, and knowing when to stop’. The Pantograph Punch, for those who do not know it, is a great Aotearoa-based arts and culture website that also puts on various events from time to time.

As it says at the end of the piece, if you’re in Melbourne, you can head to the book’s Melbourne launch at the Institute for Postcolonial Studies in North Melbourne on Tuesday 8 April. It’ll feature a panel discussion with myself, Chris Healy, Cameo Dalley and Jon Altman.

 

 

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