Poetry Poster project launches at the Australia & New Zealand Festival of Literature & Arts in London.
Pānui Poetry Posters invites poets to send their work out into the world; allowing distinct Antipodean voices to be heard across the globe, to be shared and enjoyed by anyone, anywhere.
This project features the words of New Zealand poets on a series of uniquely designed posters, free for you to download and print.
New posters will be added over the coming weeks, so keep up to date here and via Facebook / Twitter / Instagram.
The first in the series is . . .
Reproduced with permission of the author. First published in Minarets Journal.
Rachel O’Neill is a writer, filmmaker and artist. She graduated from Elam School of Fine Arts, Auckland University (2005) and gained an MA from the International Institute of Modern Letters, Victoria University Wellington (2008). Her writing has appeared in a range of literary and art publications and was selected for Best New Zealand Poems 2011 and 2013. She has exhibited in New Zealand, Australia and in the EU, and she is a member of art collective All the Cunning Stunts. Her debut poetry collection One Human in Height was published by Hue & Cry Press (2013). Rachel lives in Wellington, Aotearoa New Zealand.
Project and poster design by Lily Hacking.
1. (verb) (-hia,-tia) to announce, notify, advertise, publish, proclaim.
2. (verb) (-hia,-tia) to read, speak aloud.
3. (noun) public notice, announcement, poster, proclamation.