Bernadette Hall

Bernadette Hall is an award-winning poet who lives in a renovated fisherman's bach in North Canterbury, New Zealand. Her most recent collections are The Lustre Jug, 2009, a finalist in the New Zealand Book Awards, and Life & Customs, 2013, both published by Victoria University Press. Current projects involve collaborations with artists and the publication of a new work, Maukatere: floating mountain in 2016.

How the Tide Turns

A hot gust in the millionaire’s wattle tree and what we need is a good dousing Among the unbalances in her story, the lack of mention of her other life Sarsaparilla mixed with coca cola and it tastes just like …

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