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Let’s Talk About… Publishing Poetry

How do you find the right homes for your poems? This panel will explore the process of publishing poems, whether in magazines, anthologies or your own collections. Come along with all your questions or simply listen to the expert advice dispensed by Anne-Marie Te Whiu and Dan Hogan, both of whom have experience as poets and as publishers. 


  • When: Tuesday 8 October, 6.30–8pm
  • Where: Online
  • With: Anne-Marie Te Whiu and Dan Hogan

About the Tutors

Photos of Anne-Marie Te Whiu and Dan Hogan
A photo of Anne-Marie Te Whiu and Dan Hogan.

Anne-Marie Te Whiu is an Australian-born Māori who belongs to the Te Rarawa iwi in Hokianga, Aotearoa NZ. She is a cultural producer and festival director, editor, weaver and poet. She has been awarded residencies and fellowships and her writing has been published broadly across so- called Australia and Aotearoa NZ. Her debut poetry collection, Mettle, will be published by UQP in 2025.  

Dan Hogan (they/them) is the author of Secret Third Thing, which won the Five Islands Prize and was named one of the ‘best 25 Australian books of 2023’ by The Guardian. Dan’s poetry has been recognised by the Peter Porter Poetry Prize, Judith Wright Poetry Prize and Val Vallis Award among others. Dan runs DIY publisher Subbed In and edits the working- class literary journal Industrial Estate. 

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