AUCKLAND, Today: Most media give strong support for NZ cultural events – and a standout would the enthusiasm and commitment we see regularly from Phantom Billstickers.
A shining example is Phantom National Poetry Day, celebrated on the fourth Friday in August, yearly.
This year, it’s this Friday (25 August).
These non-commercial events consume a lot of energy, and the Phantom teams will be rolling up their sleeves and take their paste pots to the streets of the nation with some fine contemporary word-work – and a series of associated live events.
“Poetry will pop up in churches, bookshops, libraries and out on the streets. There will be poetry through music, poets sharing an open mic, book launches, and poetry walk.”
Phanmail: “It’s an extraordinary array of events that promise to soothe, delight and uplift us all are planned.
“Poetry will pop up in churches, bookshops, libraries and out on the streets. There will be poetry through music, poets sharing an open mic, book launches, poetry walks and so much more.”
Phantom Billstickers National Poetry Day is governed by the New Zealand Book Awards Trust Te Ohu Tiaki i Te Rau Hiringa, and supported by Phantom Billstickers.
Check out these sites …
- Have a word with our arts specialist Anton on firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phantom portfolio at 0800phantom.co.nz
“To celebrate, we’re giving away a special starter pack. You could win…
- A set of Phantom’s poem posters. Imagine them framed and on your wall. (email@example.com)
- A very cool Phantom T-shirt. Perfect attire for your first (or next) reading. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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