“The Prospero of NZ letters”

“Take a Las Vegas gambling magnate who believes in the usefulness of books, add a distinguished poet and a betting pool of natural talent. What do you get? A literary renaissance that has floored critics in the land of the long white cloud.” Australian Financial Review profiles Bill “the Magus” Manhire, whose prestigious Victoria University creative writing course has spawned talent attracting international attention, the stable includes Emily Perkins, Elizabeth Knox and Catherine Chidley (see LATimes review below) and latest bet Paula Morris.


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Behind Security Through Obscurity is Simon Denny

Behind Security Through Obscurity is Simon Denny

The death knell of the Patagonia vest, at least as a symbol of utopianism co-opted by the tech and venture capital world and transformed into shorthand for a certain kind of…