The original Godzilla film came out in 1954 and since then there have been many cinematic attempts to reimagine the classic. It has proved a monster of a challenge however, reaching a low point with the 1998 film of the same name which reduced the king of monsters to a glorified T-Rex.
On Saturday 15 November 2014, LitCrawl is going to take over Wellington’s CBD. While LitCrawl is a regular must-do event in cities like San Francisco, LitCrawl Wellington will be the first of its kind to hit New Zealand. It all happens over one fast-paced evening: poets, novelists, professors, comedians, presenters, actors, journalists and musicians all [...]
I saw this show tonight. To say that I enjoyed it would be to say that I enjoyed conversing with a madman about sadistic and strange fetishes that should not be uttered in public.
It’s been a while since Wellington audiences have had a chance to see The PlayGround Collective, and their return to Bats is triumphant.
A new play by Lori Leigh.
Your own personal craniotomy. It seems too incredible to be true the kind of thing that would happen to somebody else?
It smells like oranges. When you close your eyes, you’re seven years old, it’s summer and you’re back in the Coromandel.
Doors slam, plates thrown so easily shatter, a thousand fractured screams and tuffs of hair torn out in moments of pure hatred, litter the ground among the broken glass, your broken heart and my broken promises.
A few weeks ago, Victoria University’s creative-writing institute, the IIML, announced a new undergraduate course beginning in Trimester 2: Te Hiringa a Tui, the Māori and Pasifika Creative Writing Workshop.