Wednesday 13 Jun 2018
Feeling cold? Feeling tired? Feeling SAD? Brilliant, misery loves company. Join us as we fortify each other for a dark, rainy, interminable winter with prose, poetry and prose-poetry from Pip Adam, Nikki-Lee Birdsey and Lee Posna. Good things come in three, just like evil things.
Nikki-Lee Birdsey was born in Auckland. She has an MFA from the Iowa Writers' Workshop and is a current PhD candidate at the International Institute of Modern Letters. Her most recent work can be found in the Spring 2018 issue of The Iowa Review, and her first book will be published early next year.
Lee Posna lives in Southgate and works at Pegasus Books. Books he's enjoyed lately include: John Berger's Portraits and Victor Serge's Midnight in the Century. Wellingtonians he admires include: Nina Fowler, Micah Rickards and Catherine Falconer-Gray.
Pip Adam is a fiction writer who lives and writes in Wellington. She makes the Better off Read podcast where she talks to writers and about reading.