Pacific Highways: Griffith REVIEW 43 features contributions from a great number of New Zealand writers and explores the shift in the country’s identity as it is reshaped by inward migration from the Pacific and Asia and by record levels of outward migration of Kiwis to Australia.
Founding editor Julianne Schultz will be joined by six of the contributors for conversation around what New Zealand writers see as significant factors in their society today.
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Join acclaimed author Lloyd Jones, co-editor of Pacific Highways: Griffith REVIEW 43, as he presents on ‘what to write about’, and engages in a broader discussion on the exchange of people and culture in New Zealand and how the authority of the writer’s voice imagines or defines a place.
Lloyd will be introduced by Griffith REVIEW founding editor Julianne Schultz.
Pacific Highways explores the points of resistance and overlap and challenges perceptions of New Zealand from both sides of the Tasman.
State Library of Queensland
Auditorium 1, Level 2
Stanley Place, South Bank
Brisbane, QLD 4101
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