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Between the Lines 2021 - Finale!

Between the Lines 2021 - Finale!


Please join us for this fun free event at the Central Hawkes Bay Museum - a celebration to close the second Between the Lines Festival.

The session features poet and musician Tim Saunders with his band The Rousies from Manawatu.

We will also enjoy talks and readings from local authors Jeremy Roberts, Cristina Sanders and Angus Gordon.

Jeremy Roberts is a poet and writer living in Napier. He has had a varied career including teaching, framing and writing. Jeremy has several significant publications including his book Cards on the Table and poetry collection Idiot Dawn.

Cristina Sanders is a historical fiction writer living in Hawkes Bay. In 2020 she won the Storyline’s Tessa Duder award for an unpublished young adult manuscript.

Angus Gordon is author of Historic Woolsheds of Hawkes Bay. The book is a photographic journey through the Hawkes Bay region examining large and beautiful woolsheds, often built from native timber. The book is a tribute to farmers who have clung on to their land so tenaciously over the years.

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When

Sunday 23 May, 10:30am

Cost

Restrictions: All Ages

General Admission $0.00

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Where

Central Hawke's Bay Settlers Museum, Waipawa, Central Hawke's Bay
23 High St, Waipawa, Central Hawke's Bay

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