Seafog, with Lachie Hayes and Paul Winders
The Crown, Dunedin
29 April 2016
Built in 1862, Dunedin’s Crown Hotel is a colourful venue where pool sharks and beatniks rub shoulders with retirees and students. A key part of the development of the local music scene and a thriving creative hub during the 80s and 90s, it was a fitting venue for a show that was both a tribute to and an evolution of Dunedin’s iconic indie sound.
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A graduate of Victoria University’s Institute of Modern Letters, I am the winner of the Mindfood Short Story Competition and the Headland Short Story Prize. My short stories have appeared in The Sunday Star-Times, takahē, Fresh Ink and Bonsai. My debut short story collection, Pet, will be available from August, and is being released as a podcast. I have also written and illustrated two children's books about my rescue cat, Bruce.