Sunday @ the festival: Push your literary limits

Auckland viewHere’s our audio wrap-up from our final day at the festival – and as we bid farewell to Auckland, we thank the organisers, writers, poets, experts, volunteers and audiences for their energy, dedication and all-round pleasantness over the last few days.

We have tried to convey the breadth and depth of the festival, and hope you have enjoyed the coverage. Keep your eye on the blog for the final few posts over the coming days.

Festivals like this are, in the end, about people who love reading and writing. They’re also about trying the unknown, and pushing your literary limits. So, if you want to write, write. If you need to read, read. Your library is a permanent literary festival. Use it.

[12 min 54 sec, 12.1Mb .mp3]

One thought on “Sunday @ the festival: Push your literary limits

  1. mj 16 May 2011 / 12:12 pm

    Loved the festival coverage, once again an outsanding job at making those of us who didn’t attend feel as though we were there with you at the festival. Thank you for sharing 😉

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