October 18, 2018 posted by Unity Wellington

Lunchtime Event | Poetry from Saradha Koirala & Nicola Easthope | In-store Wednesday 7th November, 12-12:45pm

Lunchtime Event | Poetry from Saradha Koirala & Nicola Easthope | In-store Wednesday 7th November, 12-12:45pm

Unity Books & The Cuba Press warmly invite you to a lunchtime event with poets
Saradha Koirala & Nicola Easthope as they read from their new poetry collections.

Wednesday 7th November, 12-12:45pm
Unity Books Wellington,
57 Willis Street

Saradha’s new collection, Photos of the Sky, starts with a declaration; ends in realisation. In between is a journey of reaching across the Tasman, shifting to a new home, reaching a place of disquiet and starting again. The full spectrum of emotions brings with it rain, sweat, tears, wildflowers and the promise of snow.

Saradha Koirala is a writer and teacher living in Melbourne, after relocating from Wellington. This is her third poetry collection, after Wit of the staircase and Tear Water Tea. She also published a novel, Lonesome when you go, in 2016.

From the Orkney Islands to Coastlands shopping mall, Working the tang is liberally seasoned with salt and spit, kelp and wrack, and the creatures who live within coo-ee of the sea.Nicola Easthope writes of the ghosts of her British ancestors, and the ocean between them and the life she lives in Aotearoa New Zealand, where people tweet and spat, go camping and kitesurfing, and freewheel the shore on TradeMe roller skates. And David Bowie is here too!

Nicola Easthope is a poet, reader, teacher, partner and mum. She’s a champion of children, teenagers, and activism for a more just, green and peaceful world.Exploring her ancestral roots – Orkney Islands, Scotland, Wales and England – she also reflects on what it means to be Pākehā supporting Te Tiriti o Waitangi in Aotearoa. Nicola lives on the Kāpiti Coast with her family. This is her second collection of poetry

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