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Wednesday 08 October 2008


 Twelve Views of the Auckland Harbour Bridge
Posted in: NZ Writing, Blogger Zone  27th April 2008
New fiction by David Herkt: An iconic bridge connects twelve unique glipses into gay relationships.


 Bring on the blogs!
Posted in: NZ Writing  22nd February 2008
Four very different writers are ready to amuse, surprise, educate and at times unsettle you in our new Blogger Zone. So let's meet the team…


 A Semi-Idyllic Landscape
Posted in: NZ Writing  2nd February 2008
David Herkt's Summer Short Story Season: D.C. Browning enigmatically explores a dreamlike world of animal-transformation and sexual exhilaration.


 Tonight's Suggested Television Viewing
Posted in: NZ Writing  26th January 2008
Summer short story season: David Herkt presents D.A.F Sutherland's story of just how loaded a choice of TV programme can be in a lesbian household.


 Seventeen Homosexual Acts
Posted in: NZ Writing  19th January 2008
David Herkt's Summer Story Season: Brandon Cassell imagines several mainstream NZ media reports of laisons between men gone violently wrong.


 Dream Lover
Posted in: NZ Writing  12th January 2008
Summer short story season: David Herkt presents a tale by Rhys Page in which Johnny 'Sound of Swinging London' Duder finds new talent on an escape to NZ.


 Cherry Bomb
Posted in: NZ Writing  7th January 2008
Summer short story season: David Herkt presents a story by Eve Ravlich about a mischievous flirt who just loves to tease.


 The Dog, She Is Stoppered
Posted in: NZ Writing  31st December 2007
David Herkt presents a story of love for money by Liam Starkey, the first in a series of summer short stories. Caution: Language may offend.


 Lose not the light that shines in distant seas
Posted in: NZ Writing  9th October 2007
Lesbian writer from Hamilton, Cherie Crawford, writes: "I wrote this poem in memory of the gay guy that I knew. His memory is a reminder to me to always have courage..."


 Through the Lenses of Self-Discovery
Posted in: NZ Writing  3rd October 2007
Hamilton-based lesbian writer Cherie Crawford writes: "I wrote this poem on my experience with hate from churches towards gays and lesbians. My questioning of this sparked a poem that challenged me to accept myself for who I am"


 Circles and Crosses
Posted in: NZ Writing  9th September 2007
A 16 year old's poem about the first guy he ever truly liked and how he felt the uhhh... morning after :P


 Ten New Zealand gay sex scenes
Posted in: NZ Writing  28th August 2007
Author, JACK editor and social comentator David Herkt lines up ten classic locations for gay encounters in Aotearoa to get you started on your own erotic scenarios.


 Three poems by Leonard Foote
Posted in: NZ Writing  30th July 2006
"Walking home at night
A wild wind was blowing
Coloured lights everywhere
As the moon shines above"


 The Courage to Stop
Posted in: NZ Writing  30th July 2006
"The mid-afternoon sun shone brightly on our naked bodies, and as our tongues danced together I heard the growing sound of somebodys voice..."


 Joy
Posted in: NZ Writing  30th July 2006
"lastnight walking barefoot on the lawn at four in the morning
sipping chamomile and honey and watching a waning moon present"