Ben Egerton

Ben Egerton is a writer and teacher from Wellington, New Zealand. Having spent the last fifteen years as a primary school teacher, he went back to university this year to complete an MA in Creative Writing at the International Institute of Modern Letters at Victoria University in Wellington. His poems have appeared in various places: journals in New Zealand and Australia, at Wellington and Auckland literary events, and his writing on education has been published in New Zealand and the United Kingdom.

Star Wars in the Garden

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Sand Caught by the Wind

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