Writers on Mondays: Kirstie Ross & Kate Hunter 

When:
Mon 11 Aug 2014,  12.15pm–1.15pm
Where:
Te Marae, Level 4
Cost:
Free entry
Type:
Talk 

Kirstie Ross

Kate Hunter

 Te Papa Press’s recent publication Holding on to Home is a ‘powerfully human and compelling illustrated history of New Zealand’s war experience’. It tells the stories of real New Zealanders from battlefront to home front through the artefacts they held dear. The authors, historians Kirstie Ross and Kate Hunter, discuss their research journeys and the discoveries they made along the way. Paul Diamond chairs.

  

About Writers on Mondays

From mid-July to October each year, Victoria University’s International Institute of Modern Letters (IIML) runs a series of events highlighting writers active in and around Wellington, as well as guests from overseas.

Please note that no food may be taken onto Te Marae.

See all Writers on Mondays events at Te Papa

Go to the IIML website