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‘There is nothing more shared than language’: Carolyn DeCarlo Interviews Gregory Kan

Gregory Kan is a New Zealand poet and arts writer currently living in Wellington. He received an MA in Creative Writing from the International Institute of Modern Letters (IIML) at Victoria University in 2012, and was awarded the 2017 Grimshaw Sargeson Fellowship, during which he held a six-month tenure at the Sargeson Centre in Auckland.

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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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