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Read NZ Te Pou Muramura: Aotearoa's national organisation dedicated to growing a nation of readers. Formerly NZ Book Council. Tweets by Melissa.
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Read NZ Te Pou Muramura Sep 24
Kia ora and thanks for playing today! Congratulations to this week's winner 🕊🕊
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The Occasional Epiphany Sep 24
We take cover under a dripping cafe awning. My favourite way to meet. However it ends, the cascading rain is central to our story.
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Ko ǝqɐƆɔW ǝʌǝʇS toku ingoa 🇬🇧🇮🇪(🇺🇸)🇳🇿 Sep 24
“We’ll meet in Central Park,” she said. “I’ll recognise you by the cover of The Catcher In The Rye, my favourite book.” However, I live in Tāmakai Makaurau, in NZ not NY, so it might take a while to get there.
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JoyBell Sep 24
When ice covers their nests the Godwits meet on the shore take the central tradewinds flying however far with no food or rest our favourite kuaka
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Graeme Smith Sep 24
Replying to @nzbookcouncil
We meet under cover in our favourite places away from central city eyes take off our cloaks exchange secrets wondering however will this end?
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KellyAnneWriter Sep 24
We can meet In central park Take our favourite foods Picnic amongst nature However, Bring the covers Or the bugs in your food will drive you wild
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Patricia Sep 24
Two mares in this week’s meet. Central to the coverage - accusations of favouritism. Take your bets and however it turns out we’ll have a winner from the Waikato.
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Tony Gavigan Sep 24
However they did it We may never know. Our favourite weekly cover is back To meet our humour & chess puzzle needs Take our minds away From the central limit theorem & Other daily dross Out the escape hatch Into proper journalism & analysis We're ready to
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Read NZ Te Pou Muramura Sep 24
Mōrena and welcome to this week's game. Please write us something <140 characters: Check your character count: Your words are: cover, meet, central, favourite, however, take
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Read NZ Te Pou Muramura Sep 24
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Paula Morris Sep 22
ANZL Weds: beautiful review by Sophie van Waardenburg on Jess Fiebig's debut poetry collection
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Read NZ Te Pou Muramura Sep 21
Kia ora, Flat Bush writers, + ! We can't wait to read + hear these stories 📝✨
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Read NZ Te Pou Muramura Sep 21
Interesting piece on about the benefits of reading out loud, and why we ever started 'silent reading' in the first place
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Read NZ Te Pou Muramura Sep 21
"Intimate, candid and supremely intelligent..." We're giving away a copy of brand new memoir 'Bill and Shirley' by Keith Ovenden Click here to enter:
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Read NZ Te Pou Muramura Sep 21
Replying to @WhyChrisBrain
Why not! 👍
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Read NZ Te Pou Muramura Sep 21
Novels about art. 🎨🖌 Do you have a favourite? Our writes a prescription for books about paintings, which is part of a short series of creative writing about other creative pursuits! Find the art novel list here:
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Read NZ Te Pou Muramura Sep 21
reckons these are The Most Anticipated Books of the Season, According to Math. Regardless, we're excited to get stuck in to some of these
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Read NZ Te Pou Muramura Sep 21
Read more about this project on our blog: ✨✨
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Read NZ Te Pou Muramura Sep 20
Another excellent opportunity for writers! University of Waikato & Creative NZ Writer in Residence 2021 is open for applications - deadline is Oct 23
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Read NZ Te Pou Muramura Sep 20
is about much more than just listening to a story, though that's pretty good too! shares some of the creative + fun learning that students are soaking up this term with 's
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