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Weekend web reading

Weekend web reading

Weekend web reading

Weekend web reading

Weekend web reading

Thursday, 11th November, 2010

Christmas gifts for those literary mates.

When is a book not a book? Here and here.

The mindset we need isn't the positive-thinking mantra that failure is impossible; it's that failures are inevitable...

Honeycomb Home.

Random House reduces it's New York offices.

What has become of the eccentrics in the ranks of our professors?

New Caselberg Trust International Poetry Prize - Bernadette Hall judging.

I’ve written the same book three times. I just somehow got away with it. – Kazuo Ishiguro.

E Ink unveils first colour e-reader.

Free knowledge

Fun Brainstormer to kick off your writing.

Public speaking? Wear a good bra ladies.

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Weekend web reading

Friday, 5th November, 2010

 

If you're quick you can get some great cheap books here: http://bougainvillelibrary.org.nz/

Can you say something about Tea in 45 characters?

Look out vegetarians! Mushrooms, genetically, are more closely related to animals than plants.

Harry Potter's Owl problem.

Send your creative writing submissions to Enamel Magazine.

A flip-book e-version of the Poetry Trust's 2010 Poetry Paper.

A Fun new Mix & Mash, you can write the best poem inspired by the New Zealand Poet Laureate.

Help me Obi-wan Kenobi, you're my only hope!

The digitisation of the Dead Sea Scrolls.

The Internet roasts a plagiarist... and the original source.

Has it really been 5 years? Jolisa Gracewood reminisced

NanoWriMo gets a roasting. What do you think?

 

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Thursday, 28th October, 2010

Halloween Special

 

Wellingtonian's can join in a mass zombie shuffle this Saturday.

Chris "Neck biter" Price reads at Lembas Café, 34 Poplar Ave, Raumati South, this Sunday 4pm + open mic.

Creepy Mummy toe!

Spooky - are we living in a hologram?

Heathens on all Hallows.

Evil e-readers

Spooky stories vs scary statistics.

Lloyd "chainsaw" Jones twitter chat.

Get up! Get on up! To James "Brains" Brown in creepy Palmerston North.

 Arrrrgg!!! It's almost Christmas!! Don't worry, you can get me one of these.

 

 

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Weekend Web reading

Thursday, 7th October, 2010
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