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Queer AF in a Climate Crisis

May 7 @ 5:30 pm AEST

$25

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Michaela Keeble

Michaela Keeble

Michaela Keeble is a white Australian writer living in Aotearoa with her partner and kids. Her first full-length collection Surrender is due for release in April 2022 (Taraheke | Bushlawyer), following up on her concertina climate chapbook “intertidal“, published in early 2021. A children’s book, co-authored with her son Kerehi Grace and illustrated by Tokerau Brown, is forthcoming from Gecko Press in late 2022. Watch out for Paku Manu Ariki Whakatakapōkai! Michaela’s poetry and short fiction have been published and anthologised widely, including in Intimate Relations: Communicating in the Anthropocene (Lexington Press, 2021).

essa may ranapiri

essa may ranapiri

essa may ranapiri (Ngāti Wehi Wehi, Ngāti Raukawa, Te Arawa, Waikato-Tainui, Ngāti Pukeko, Ngāti Takatāpui, Na Guinnich) is a poet who lives on Ngāti Wairere whenua in Aotearoa. They have a great love for language, LAND BACK and hot chips. Their first book of poetry ransack (VUP) was published in 2019. Echidna is their second book published by the newly renamed Te Herenga Waka University press. They will write until they’re dead. (they/ia).

Chris Tse

Chris Tse

Chris Tse is the author of three poetry collections published by Auckland University Press: How to be Dead in a Year of SnakesHE’S SO MASC, and Super Model Minority. He and Emma Barnes co-edited Out Here: An anthology of Takatāpui and LGBTQIA+ writers from Aotearoa. He lives and works in Wellington, Aotearoa New Zealand.

Rebecca Hawkes

Rebecca Hawkes

Rebecca Hawkes is a queer Pākehā poet and painter who grew up on a sheep and beef farm in New Zealand’s South Island. With poems widely published in Aotearoa journals, Rebecca’s debut chapbook Softcore Coldsores was published in AUP New Poets 5 for the re-ignition of the series in 2019. Meat Lovers, unleashed by Auckland University Press in 2022, is her first full-length collection. Rebecca is an editor for literary journal Sweet Mammalian and the climate change poetry anthology No Other Place to Stand (forthcoming from Auckland University Press).

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Brisbane Writers Festival
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