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Talking Queer, Writing Queer, Seeing Queer

Auckland
Sat 18 Feb

Venue Location

WG126, Cnr Mayoral Drive & Governor Fitzroy Place

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SESSION:

EARLYBIRD Earlybird ends 31 January 2017
$15.00
ADULT Full price from 1 February 2017
$17.50
STUDENT (includes unwaged)
$12.00

Timing

Running Time: 60 minutes

Venue Location

WG126, Cnr Mayoral Drive & Governor Fitzroy Place

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Talking Queer, Writing Queer, Seeing Queer

How do we think, how do we speak? Urzila Carlson, star of TV3’s ‘7 Days’, doesn’t seem to have any troubles there.  She is the author of ‘Rolling with the Punchlines’, her moving, self deprecating memoir. She joins columnist, reviewer and poet David Herkt, prize-winning author and wit Douglas Lloyd Jenkins as they talk about writing for a broad audience from a queer perspective. Michael Giacon joins them as winner of the prestigious 2016 Kathleen Grattan Prize for his poetry sequence Argento in no man land. How does a queer sensibility influence what to say, what to intimate, when to be blatant and when to be silent? Chaired by Peter Wells.


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