Sugar Magnolia Wilson

Sugar Magnolia Wilson is from Fern Flat, a valley in the Far North region of New Zealand. In 2012, she completed her MA in Creative Writing at the International Institute of Modern Letters at Victoria University in Wellington. She has had work published in JAAM, Minarets, Turbine, Shenandoah and Hue&Cry. She is currently a writer in residence at the Instituto Sacatar in Salvador, Brazil through the UNESCO-aschberg bursary for emerging artists.

Final Eighties Exposé

At an auction of Jacqueline Fahey’s art, all your old teachers in their batik headbands drink Henkell Trocken and swing parrot earrings from pulled lobes. Every face is almost the one you want to see and every conversation about a …

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