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Creative Writing Goes Digital

Join author Michael Botur as he guides you through many of the digital tools Kiwis are using to share literature with the world – blogs, webpages, mobile content, apps, Spotify, YouTube, clickable narratives and more.

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Friday 28 May
11:00am - 12:00pm

LOCATION:
Te Tai Tokerau Northland
Free event
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Creative Writing Hero techweek

What's it all about?

We’ve come a long way since the days when NZ poets photocopied black and white zines to spread their work. In 2021, more Kiwi creative writing than ever is being published with digital technology avenues.

Join author Michael Botur as he guides you through many of the digital tools Kiwis are using to share literature with the world – blogs, webpages, mobile content, apps, Spotify, YouTube, clickable narratives and more.

Without digital technology platforms, poetry/spoken work would not have advanced to the level it has today, reaching new audiences all around the world.

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Michael Botur

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Michael Botur is a New Zealand author described as being "a writer considered one of the most original story writers of his generation in New Zealand." Some of his published works include: "Moneyland: Payback," "Hell of a Thing: Sixteen Stories" and "Crimechurch."

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