02 March 2008

A Reading and a Deadline

The news today consists of two items:

First item: I'll be the guest reader at the next monthly reading session of the New Zealand Poetry Society. That's taking place on Monday 17 March, from 7.00pm [not 7.30pm as listed earlier - sorry!], in the Paramount Theatre Lounge in Courtenay Place, Wellington. There's a cafe and a bar to hand, and (judging by February's session) a nice, relaxed atmosphere. Entry is by koha, which often entails a gold coin donation.

The format is that we start with an open reading session, where you can bring along your own work to read if you wish, then there's a short break, then I read for a while, then there's a Q&A session if anyone has any Qs they'd like me to to A. I'll be reading a mixture of poems from All Blacks' Kitchen Gardens and newer work. We'll finish round about 8.30pm. Hope to see you there!

Second item: there's just under a month to go until the submission deadline for Issue 26 of JAAM Magazine, which I'm editing. You can find all the details at http://timjonesbooks.blogspot.com/2008/01/im-editing-jaam-26.html. Submissions have been coming in, but there's room for plenty more.

1 comment:

harvey molloy said...

I'm looking forward to hearing the new work, Tim. And 'All Blacks" got a good write up by Owen Bullock in the latest PNZ.