a takahē harvest

Autumn, 1915, Auckland, by Robert Walrond. Purchased 1999 with New Zealand Lottery Grants Board funds. Te Papa (A.018208)
Autumn (1915), Robert Walrond

Our mid-autumn issue is ripe for the harvest!

We’re busy posting to our subscribers and select bookshops, including Scorpio and Unity. In case you’re peckish in the meantime, we have plenty of online snacks.

Special guests bring us bushels this issue: Frankie McMillan (fiction), Simone Kaho (poetry), and Kim Lowe (art).

We have an insightful essay about our origin story from Sandra Arnold: takahē: When the Bird Hatched, and thankfully, an editorial from Art and Essays Editor, Andrew Paul Wood, which manages to put words to our feelings about the devastating mosque attacks of March 15th.

A special thanks to all our contributors, readers, and supporters this autumn. Keep well, and read well too. Kotahitanga.

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