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SpeakOUT Episode 84 – Marriage and kiss: AJ Fitzwater interview

SpeakOUT Episode 84 – Marriage and kiss: AJ Fitzwater interview

On their most recent episode of SpeakOUT the hosts Neo/Cad and Compass chat with A.J Fitzwater about their new book No Man’s Land, their experience with being a queer author and their writing process! Inspired by feminist and LGBTQ+ history and family memories of North Otago in wartime, A.J has turned a piece of forgotten […]

GURL: A Musical Fantasy

A musical fantasy with a surprisingly tender love story at its heart, GURL takes place one frantic night as a beautiful young sex worker waits for her salesman lover to whisk her away from her last night on the strip to live happily ever after. But it’s 1975 and she’s a Māori drag queen. And […]

Say Her Name – Vogue Night – Auckland – 1 August 2020

Say Her Name – Vogue Night – Auckland – 1 August 2020

The Fem Queens of the Auckland Vogue Scene have come together to produce Say Her Name – Vogue Night. We aim to reunite our community post Covid-19 lockdown to stand in solidarity with Black Trans Lives and the Black Lives Matter Movement. All profits made from the vogue night will go towards black trans led […]

Kim Hill RNZ: Celebrating trans experiences: Rurangi director Max Currie

Kim Hill RNZ: Celebrating trans experiences: Rurangi director Max Currie

Kim Hill, Radio NZ, interviews Max Currie about the new series Rūrangi. In the new series Rūrangi, gender-diverse New Zealanders get an opportunity to tell their own story – with resources – for the first time, says director Max Currie. Over half of Rūrangi’s cast and crew identify as gender-diverse – an umbrella term that […]

bMovies w/ Max Currie – Rūrangi

bMovies w/ Max Currie – Rūrangi

95bFM at the bMovies interview Max Currie. Max is the director of Rūrangi, a forthcoming web-series which is having its premiere as part of this year’s NZIFF. Max popped into the 95BFM studio to chat about the show which follows the story of young trans activist Caz as he returns to his small rural hometown […]

Two to the Power of Five: The Power of Queer Words – 24 to 26 July 2020

Two to the Power of Five: The Power of Queer Words – 24 to 26 July 2020

Aotearoa’s only LGBTQI+ literary festival, Same Same but Different, is excited to announce a special online winter talk series later this month. From July 24-26th, Two to the Power of Five: The Power of Queer Words pairs up fascinating queer writers for five fantastic online conversations. The sessions are all free and being held thanks […]

Rainbow Writing Competition | Whakataetae Tuhituhi

Rainbow Writing Competition | Whakataetae Tuhituhi

This year Out on the Shelves Inside Out – will be running a rainbow writing competition as part of their campaign. To get involved, submit a piece of writing that features a rainbow experience. That could mean focussing the piece on a rainbow character or exploring rainbow themes, as long as there is a strong […]

Oracles in Conversation- 4 July 2020 – Wellington

Oracles in Conversation- 4 July 2020 – Wellington

Oracles in Conversation 2pm, Sat 4 July Wellington City Art Gallery Join artist Pati Solomona Tyrell (founder of Pasifika queer art collective Fafswag), artist Suzanne Tamaki (Maniapoto, Tuhoe; a member of Pacific Sisters and SaVAge K’lub art collectives), and Chief Curator Robert Leonard for a talk in Oracles. Facebook Event Page

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