Contemporary New Zealand is undergoing a period of profound change. Migration from across the Asia Pacific region is reshaping the country, with Auckland now said to be the most multicultural city in Australasia.
Pacific Highways: Griffith REVIEW 43, co-edited by Lloyd Jones, explores and maps the new New Zealand, in the words of the country’s finest writers, including Kate de Goldi, C. K. Stead, Bernard Beckett, Owen Marshall, Hinemoana Baker and many more.
Listen to a panel discussion chaired by Julianne Schulz, editor of Griffith REVIEW, with Lloyd Jones, Alison Wong and Anton Blank.
Venue: The Wheeler Centre