A conference reflecting on 25 years of NZSL interpreting, teaching, and development.
Ocha no Jikan (Japanese Tea Time) is run by students and is open to all AUT and Auckland University students, Japanese exchange students, Japanese nationals and secondary school students of Japanese.
The Visiting Writers Programme connects you to experienced authors, giving you the opportunity to engage in discussions with them about the production of their work. The next session in the series features authors Thalia Henry and Helen McNeil who will discuss and read from their novels and talk about their publishing experiences.
Join us at our M3 Readings event, and hear from our Master of Creative Writing staff, students and guest reader Vana Manasiadis.
Last updated: 10-Apr-2017 11.28am
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