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"dunedin city council" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"dunedin city council" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

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"dunedin city council" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"dunedin city council" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

"A new author. You've never heard before his not written anything in as a lawyer by day. Bronwyn that is she shouldn see. We'll just take the six copies. Thank you and then. Just as lockdown was coming up the buyer on the bus with her mask on couldn't get her mask off fast enough got to where it and say why. God is a one size billboards north east valley. We've never seen that before it. Quick change six to sixty and quickly reordered. So i wanted to have. Billboards here northeast valley. We've never seen the like. I wish i could have seen that. So yeah so it is. It's my twenty years in the book and publishing industry. This is a remarkable story. And you shouldn't feel imposter syndrome in more and we are so in enormously grateful that you would come down to dunedin. We seen your alma mater again. I'm incredibly proud of our alumni in particularly in the city of literature so rose will be happy to put her in pasta syndrome. Aside for a few minutes and sign books out the i and you can have a chat with her and thank you to each and every one of you for coming along in supporting the festival in particularly those fiscal sponsors that we have to the hardworking team and lastly but most importantly a huge thank you to rose at very happy birthday and it's been a delight chatting with you today. Thank you very much. This dunedin russia's rates peaceful podcast was brought to with funding from copyright licensing new zealand and the expertise of orpheum. The face will also offers. Thanks to a major funders creative new zealand. The dunedin city council and the tiger community trust. This podcast was produced by or fm dunedin with support from new zealand on air..

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"dunedin city council" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"dunedin city council" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

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"dunedin city council" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"dunedin city council" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

"All as he was saying. Write a poem. Yeah yeah excellent. Well if nobody else has any more questions. This is the moment where i say going going gone. Then way will end the session on time jillian and it remains to me to thank you all so much for being here and being the audience to thank otago. University press again for being the sponsors to thank dunedin writers and readers festival for having us here and having us all walk the heartland together this afternoon. If you do want to buy a copy of map for the heart you can do that just outside at the university bookshop table and jillian what you will sign name. yeah. Gillian will attend name to her name. And thank you so much for. Today's been such a pleasure listening to you. And just you're so generous with your with your time and with your life and with your heart so thank you so very much. He live this dunedin. Russia's and rate is peaceful podcast was brought to with funding from copyright licensing zealand and the expertise of orpheum. The face will also offers thanks to a major funders creative new zealand. The dunedin city council and the tiger community trust this podcast was produced by orpheum dunedin with support from new zealand on air..

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"dunedin city council" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"dunedin city council" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

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"dunedin city council" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"dunedin city council" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

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"dunedin city council" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

12:46 min | 3 years ago

"dunedin city council" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

"Mountain top and go over and welcome waterfalls, and then the food was finished drove past the Thome by three months, food and golden valley. So, but I read one of our favorites but I heard is getting more visit fund something new. So just the Christian, the for those on the other side of the room was how long you would say in one place before moving on. And you would see that permanent Kenth all the pencil into so new first off, we wanted to do four seasons. So that's four places. So that's about three months in one place. Then we say one whole year in one little heart in able initial so it all the pens what they're doing. We'd like to do every year, something different. And in our last year, we walk the TRL thrills. So that sometimes one night at one place, sometimes one week, but depends a little bit of food. So if you want to live in a wilderness, you have to be extremely well organized with food, you can't have this dream of all we're going to go into the wild. You have to be very organized food supplies and be very practical about it seemed to me, but one of my one of the early stories in the book was to a campsite with your carefully prepared plan of burying your bucket. Food bucket twelve of them, and we're gonna put them in the ground using the same. When you put them in the ground. So the rents wouldn't. Retz won't make whole someone to get into it. Of course, is impractical is only stones. There's no sand on the beach in full then gone. Close, you come berry bucket in grant, so we just found a sort of a natural hollow, and then put stones around and on top, and Mawson that Quant exposed, but we were really lucky red got in. Mariam. I'm super curious. One of the things that I think I've seen is remarkable about this book is the fact that you're honest, and you're on us, particularly about your relationships with others in the book and I'm wondering whether or not having the book being published did you heavy negative reactions to any of it from people that you describe in the book where that you'd meet in the book or did you have anyone come out of Beck? Beckett you from the book and say Murray fundamentally wrong. No. No, no one Coleman it. So she's referring to the fact that we like to be completely free, and we don't possess each other. And so that also means we got an open relationship, if all fall in love with someone else, I can I have another relationship, if also want to impeded the same so this happened, and this book and restraint no-one Condit on it. I don't know why. Maybe. We, we so quiet about these things in any not to me any. And the woman that you meet in the in the wilderness, who was helicopter out because she could no longer live. Here, did you even meet her again use on? Yeah. So able to national we would living next to lady very old, and she lived her whole life. And to put a really S nineteen hundred wouldn't all woodstove, and if she'd lot, it up the whole room would fill the smoke, because that's the way it works and then sort of the draw comes through wall. And she came along because had run out of matches Granada matches anyway, I helped her because he was obviously very old and needed help. And on one day, she was gone, and on came in and sort of strangely quiet until something happened and ongoing look around Elizabeth Elizabeth. And this is the way to have Randa in on this very, very quiet place. On the Tulsa, newly of road in the road for destroy dent year. So that's two thousand twelve I think, once or eleven and so there was no traffic at all. And this was really remote. And then this lady was flown by helicopter who family had taken around because they fold. She wants to Walter lift their Auden. And so for weeks before one in heaven with her. But NATO much later found her again. And she was walking around in stoke. Yeah. New Nelson and unhappy, but sort of resigned to the fact that she enter live in town. Yes. And ninety do for money because I obviously not making much and not spending much. But yeah, we would worry about money, but I had quite a lot of savings from teaching and from beckon Holland. And so Peter also very conservative, both live. We have called quantum bit of savings, which we treat very carefully. So we live off the interest on the interest. Donna bit. But. In those she is we lift the interest of the money and if on could go busking and the supermarket. And if I have a guitar on bus, and I'll make a lot of monthly and which go very long way because as you say, not much suspended on them. So that is great. And we learn to live, very frugally when be wild apples. Always been going to pick the apples those little things. Yes, so you have to know exactly how much Royce are you eating and one week? So that's sort of one Cup have person. So that's dinner. Then, so hopefully you're gonna shoot at goat and some state and then you need to know how much oats are you eating and then how much flow into bake Brent? So you have to calculate all that one week and then times, fifty two something so one time, we had a helicopter b be a guy who did possum hunting with his own helicopter in, in the mountains, and before this would be a really good friend to have. And you also little all character, but very rettigny. And he helped us with food drums. So he said, give me your old want you need for your next season, which was the summer and all will take it into the mountains, and I'll calculate it was hundred fifty kilos of food for three months. Loss, isn't it and I said. Palmos his name. I support would really love to build my own hunt in the mountains. And he said, oh, oh, yeah. To do that, too. So he flew in material, and he knew already a place. And so with three of us, be built a little secret heart in the mountains, and it's still there and he even flew in a Phya books. So totally open does all those things that coming when you wait, long enough and. Those things happened. So all these things fantastic adventures. Books. Yes. So, of course, we could bring in very little, and so you need a book that you can read endlessly and still understand it. So you can sign again. One of that is free the niche in so. The last couple of years, we being reading, Kenichi, extensively. And this is great. Stuff for conversation. So Peter discuss all these. E to in order to learn and all those concept that come up if you read philosophy and before that we read a lot of fun, crystal moti, the ending of time for instance, and that makes it really interesting. But if I am lock I'm now here in the hotel, and I have no time to read all that. Those dense philosophy because you need space and time to read that and understand it. So one of the things that is a real good is, then you have time for contemplation in the wilderness. And I think that's quite rare more than things, we take to Christians when here, no no never fallen, not yet. And because we don't have a personal located being located beacon and we don't wear boots. But sandals me go extremely slow. So we on a roll on. For example, all the people. T R in four months, we took ten months, that's all slowly on. And because we go very slow go very safely. And I see all the people enough thing while you're going to get an accident, they jump from stone to stone. Do keep their boots dry because they don't wear sandals, and nothing that slippery terrain you could form. However, if all walls, don't Peter, and with someone else is I was on my epic female expedition, which we don't have time to talk about anymore. You're going to see it all on line in that case we had Bush looking to beacon. It's very hard to find edible plants in the L pon, the soda splint to eight on the low lens, but an alpine, it's mostly snow berries and told for berries. And in this season, you can eat kilos of it's no problem. But otherwise, there is very little all there to eat, just some herbs like broad leave and things you can make tea with it doesn't really fill you up. So that is one thing. We really miss after sometime and the very hot take. Sometimes you manage the dry something and then bring that in bonds. We always take vitamin C templates, and that seems due to trade a little bit. But yeah, that's one Don for. But undo think that, you know, we the hair and the hair all them. Must be miss that the gods. See a goose shot a goose last summer. And in the gossip all these snow buries just go build it up. Amazing onto the known the goose with snow buries, but we do eat every part of the animals. So that's one being very grateful of the, the life of the animal. We eat every part that includes the brain, the heart liver, and kidneys caused the lungs as well. And last summer, we tried testicles and my friend was saying, well, if you'd on the resumes, testicles, okay, so. But all these things are very tasty. Especially if you saw hungry, and so much in need of all these nutrients. I don't think I'm going to be signing possum. Tikos. Wait. Well, I think we've very unfortunately come to the net with Mariam. I'm sure if you guys have got any food acquistions. She'll be available outside the door for the niece little while she's low, so more than willing to sign books and their books for sale. Immediately outside the door. I don't know really what to say. I think that Mary has entertained us very well for the last hour. Thank you Marian very much for making do need down from Nelson a big thank you to eighteen seats was sponsoring the in this afternoon in an enormous, thank you. I think this is one of the last seasons of the Dunedin riders in raiders feasible and enormous. Thank you to clear in to Laura, into the broader team, many of whom are present here today for, I think what has been Norma successful in very diverse feasible Dunedin, and it's reasons have been from greatly. So thank you very much to all of those people. Almost filming. This Dunedin rises redes- fistful recording was brought to you with funding from a copyright licensing, Zealand grant, and with the support of orient fem- the fissile receives help for many corners, but we'd like to give special thanks to a major funders creative New Zealand. The Dunedin city council, the tiger.

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"dunedin city council" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

13:55 min | 3 years ago

"dunedin city council" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

"I promise I do know what the word brief means I am familiar with okay first question down the back Kingsley great quote at all I just have a question of in human history which occurred in Haiti between seventy ninety one and eighteen and four if you believe that these people are just benevolent recipients of Cherry when you oppress them and they turn around and start you were in caves we did do a great favourite cuisine you I'm not really going to respect you and that's going to lead to misunderstandings so I feel like the difficult discussions in academia and read when is when it comes to things like the abolition of the slave trade they won't have the debate with me publicly because I know it's deep down the talking shit they've read the same parliamentary archived I've read in which the arguments Racism isn't revolutionary certainly not something to be dismissed when I talked to my dad and my uncles I mean my Stepdad was naked when he was fourteen years old and battered in the back of around by police as a fourteen year old schoolboy it's not for me to say to him hey it's not big deal Anapa to me next question please my question is is that how is the British understanding of what things the things that are going on in in in society changing with the development of Navarre media and stuff like that Yea You get a completely different perspective and quite frankly honest perspective you can you can see that the institutional racism and see things that are going on in the in the in the BBC and whatnot and it's a question I would say a few things I don't believe objectivity I don't believe in objectivity is a concept and I'm clear about that in the book of course I'm biased like I had my experiences and my eligible production of my experiences I try to be fair and I try to be empirical tried to route my arguments in evidence verify objective don't speak on behalf of a Bangladeshi woman I can't see the world through her eyes and her experiences my argument is that society is better the more bias is we include the when you have an echo chamber of just one set of bias and I live by this I realize of Conservative literature may surprise people lots of Tommaso lots of Nile Ferguson and others because I want to understand where are these guys actually come from why will say about the BBC in particular again the myth of activity I believe is just nonsense anyway so we can just disregard that as a concept there are consequences though both positive and negative because for every hour media rebel TV or wherever these other right wing outlets are who produce the opposite end the bullshit who also very popular there the guy follow on on twitter could Stephan Mullen you guys four hundred exactly I follow him because Nigerian University graduate to the average northern English working class person and we could reproduce all kinds of stereotypes about novenas being fixed couldn't we they're so dumb even as clever Africans right if we wanted to do stupid unscientific shit like that but what they do is they compare the intellectual comes with people in Uganda for example without any control factors years of education nutritional intake parental educate and they say look man the Africans. IQ's they reproducing this kind of unscientific Russia to a massive audience and so I think there are positive and negative consequences to online media whereas those of us someone like yourself probably many people in this room who gravity towards critical left-wing media democracy now in the media wherever else don't think there isn't the exact opposite of that just because you're not paying attention to it and I think that is an equal danger I think is easy for people like me who are very critical of the BBC to take institution for granted and often the irony is if the BBC were gone much worse place and I don't say that you think about what the alternatives are Rupert Murdoch the bad but there are lots of things that have happened on the BBC there was a program my friend did a few years ago Britain's forgotten traders which was about the way in which the compensation money that slave owners got from the British government which they did was spent that would never have happened on sky never happened in the daily yeah so I think we should cut the hell of the BBC but also preserve at the same time I mean we should point out the ways in which is completely shit also recognize that countries that don't have that kind of media do they have a program in free a program in Britain does we've got one last question just thinking we'll just have married at first sight just to hear about race and class coming from Ahmadi voice so thank you for opening up that spice you mentioned Sierra James always been spot sort of Caribbean Black Freedom Intellectual Nigga say so out of thinking James while people for non who has inspired you the most recently what can we do in our communities to fight the couple things the first point you made actually make this point in the book everybody prefers to hear from mm someone else's black people in the point in the case of Australia I'm offered platforms indigenous Australian activists have often because I will go home and Nas compact themselves on the back for being so of minded probably similar head mine hearing from me make a local person says similar thing about New Zealand particularly local Maori person why have you got you on your shoulder which is exactly why gets hold in England Yep which is why black Americans gonNA totally in America I go to England America and I'm the cool guy with the British accent if I've seen American police basically breathe a sigh of relief when they hear my accent are he's not one of our negroes thank God in terms of the Caribbean all of the name Sheila James Rodney Williams all of that kind of Golden Age Finan Caribbean freedom set a sort of our intellectual inheritance if you're not kind of fundamental Marxist in a sense that the world's changed quite lots of holy war there were lots of ways in which that scholarship might be engaged in different in the concrete circumstances today as a Caribbean intellectual. That's kind of the standard stuff in terms of the resurgence of overt white supremacy. I think part of the problem is there was such denial in the first place and I think what I would say even to Western liberals is that often they realize the danger white supremacy poses to them which I think is fascinating Nazism did more to damage western prestige killed more Europeans than in the previous three hundred years it made space colonisation it basically ruined western Europe western Europe's chances of ever being the richest region of the world ever again and people in the West don't take white supremacy seriously as a force where's Islamic close when it was Hindu close close Japanese empire the Daily Mail even did an article about the Japanese and how dare the Japanese not apologize anniversary of the torture of Liberation of Liberation of Hong Kong so I would say that yes people have you engaged with that uncomfortable history and uncomfortable reality and see the people are being radicalized and they're very clear about that when it comes to this Cevik voices heard you go on Youtube see your presentation the Oxford's talks with university to see your videos to to read the book some redes- festival recording was brought to you with funding from the Dunedin UNESCO city of literature and with the support of orpheum the fissile receives help from many corners but we'd like to special thanks to our major funders creative New Zealand the Dunedin City Council.

"dunedin city council" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"dunedin city council" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

"Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival the two thousand nine hundred festival recording that you're about to hear was brought to you with funding from the Dunedin UNESCO city of Literature and with the support of orientation the session the Gal showcase featuring Christina he's Mica Susic Tina Michael Eighty John Boyne Clementine Ford and a collar with EMC Michelle court was supported by the New Zealand Book Council in the University of Tago seem to for the book Mica Suzanne Cala featured an association with the Oakland Rightist Feast of all enjoy Caldecott Core Cleveland the state bidder no Mike Koto sure so tasteful no my Kiko Tell Me Miki Mehanna in a minute me huddle welcome to you all end Thomas Greetings to these are meeting guests an offering here on the front row looking very distracting I decided to say to them. Carla Clementine Ford Christie's microbes eighteen in my career Erin Erin CNN's John Boyne Michelle Akers we're just really throw too heavy here so thank you for coming to we southern corner the now I'm just been debited switched very heartfelt thinking it's a nonprofit organization we have to lean dri early on funders in sponsors and so two bundles creative New Zealand the Dunedin City Council the Tiger Community Trust the lion foundation into our major sponsors the university puncture brain date the.