Three Poets


Three Poets

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ISBN: 5800138363511
Title: Three Poets

Three Poets brings together poets who have known each other over a long period of time in the Horowhenua. They are all poets who have performed their work at poetry readings over the past few years including at Poets to the People on the Kapiti Coast.
About the Authors
Marion Rego (née Quartermain) (b. 1934) made teaching her career but has always loved writing and has been published in several genres – children’s stories and songs, travel writing, poetry – and while working for the Correspondence School was involved in broadcasts and written resources for the school, as well as contributing to the New Zealand School Journal. A volume of her poetry, Written on the wind, was published in 2018. Marion Rego performs her work regularly at the Poets to the People readings on the Kapiti Coast.
Margaret Jeune was born in Auckland in 1956 and grew up in Wainuiomata. She has a BA in Education and a Post Graduate Diploma in Early Childhood. She has three adult children and four grandchildren. She has been writing since childhood and has had her poetry published in Valley Micropress, Elderberries and Horowhenua Writer’s Group anthologies. Three books of her poetry were published by HeadworX in 2019 and she featured in the May 2019 issue of broadsheet. A book of her photographs, A Photo Journey, appeared from ESAW in 2019.
Alex Jeune was born in Wellington in 1986. He grew up in Otaki and Levin, and attended Levin’s Waiopehu College. He moved to Lower Hutt in 2008 to study at Victoria University of Wellington. He graduated with a BA in Chinese and Sociology. He has had his poetry published in Valley Micropress, in the Horowhenua Writer’s Group anthology, Iridescent Blue, and in broadsheet in May 2019. He has read his poetry at the “Poets to the People” Cafe in Kapiti and at the Fringe Bar Open Mic in Wellington City.
“Each of these poets brings their own voice to the diversity of contemporary New Zealand poetry in the 21st century, where no set style or fashion now predominates. The reader will find much to ponder, react to and enjoy in this anthology.” Mark Pirie, from the Foreword

Format: Paperback
Price: $25.00