Zarah Butcher-McGunnigle

Zarah Butcher-McGunnigle is a poet from Auckland, New Zealand who currently lives in Melbourne. Her work has appeared in publications such as Landfall, Fanzine and Best NZ Poems. She is the author of Autobiography of a Marguerite (Hue & Cry Press, 2014).

The psychic told me I was going to have a good year

On Instagram my friend announced she’s pregnant and has just bought a house. Meanwhile, I have to write an email apologising for posting a video of my university lecturer with a CGI pig … I thought it was cute but …

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It was an early April evening in the year of etcetera.

It was an early April evening in the year of etcetera. A vertex without children is a leaf. But I receive something I said I wanted, because I had to say I wanted something. The function doesn’t explain it. Sometimes …

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wat is yr emergency

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Practical Purposes

To create the impression of being raised from the background is: I cannot relate the state of tension to a specific risk. For a long time, because it had been a long time. So defence becomes the chisel. A performance …

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