We’d love to join us in a New Zealand Book Month activity – share your teeny tiny review or pithy observation, maybe even a favourite NZ lit quote. You might like to point us in the direction of an awesome Aotearoa resource. It can be whatever you like – New Zealand books, authors, places, themes, poems, images.
Just use the hashtag #nznutshell on Twitter, or share it here in the comments. Or if you’d like to pop one in the email, send it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will gather them together to make a compendium of short and nifty stuff – a big ole celebration of New Zealand books and booky people.
“The same week our fowls were stolen, Daphne Moran had her throat cut”. Killer opening lines: R H Morrieson’s The Scarecrow. #nznutshell
Ngaio Marsh as Hamlet & other wonders – a @digitalnz set. #nznutshell
If you are into booky stuff, sign up for the @iiml newsletter & follow them. Literary love-in. #nznutshell
And here is the Storify of all the tweets here!