Nic Low‘s a NZ-born, Melbourne-based writer of European and Ngāi Tahu Māori descent. His first book Arms Race, a collection of satirical stories about technology, power and apocalypse, was shortlisted for the Readings Prize and the Queensland Literary Awards, and a Listener and Australian Book Review book of the year. He’s just spent 18 months in the mountains of New Zealand, researching his second book, a history of Māori in the Southern Alps told through walking journeys, and out with Text Publishing in 2017.
- Call For Papers: ‘The Lives of Others: Trans-generational Negotiations.’ September 4, 2017
- Emplacement September 1, 2017
- Call for Papers: Comedy and Errors August 29, 2017
- Extending Our Selves August 25, 2017
- Romance and the Deaf Girl August 21, 2017
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