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WELCOME TO RED LETTER DISTRO (est. 2001) a punk rock mail-order catalogue-cum-‘occasional distro’ of curated zines, comics and artist publications from Aotearoa New Zealand founded by artist, designer and independent publisher Kerry Ann Lee. This first-ever web edition of the catalogue was launched for exhibition at Printed Matter’s Virtual Art Book Fair, and is open for orders and enquiries.

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Red Letter Distro presents: CALL & RESPONSE, a conversation featuring Giulia Vallicelli (Compulsive Archive, Milan), Helen Yeung (Migrant Zine Collective, Aotearoa) and Ysabelle Cheung (Hong Kong) with Kerry Ann Lee, as part of PMVABF’s The Classroom series. View the talk here.

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Kia ora! We're available to live chat during these hours: Wednesday Feb 24 (4-9pm EST)Feb 25-28 (3-6pm EST) and random times throughout the fair. For New Zealand & International time equivalents check here.

You can also e-mail us anytime during the fair with any questions.

Don't miss the special launch of CALL & RESPONSE, a conversation featuring Giulia Vallicelli (Compulsive Archive, Milan), Helen Yeung (Migrant Zine Collective, Aotearoa) and Ysabelle Cheung (Hong Kong) with Kerry Ann Lee on Thursday February 25 (3:30–5pm EST) as part of PMVABF’s The Classroom series. Learn more about the program here.

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Magnolia, 木蘭

Nina Mingya Powles

Shanghai, Aotearoa, Malaysia, London — all are places poet Nina Mingya Powles calls home and not-home; from each she can be homesick for another. A gorgeous bittersweet longing and hunger runs through the poems in this new collection from one of New Zealand’s most exciting poetic voices. In Magnolia, 木蘭 Powles explores her experience of being mixed-race and trying to find her way through multiple languages: English, Mandarin, Hakka, Māori. Powles uses every sense to take us on a journey through cities, food and even time, weaving her story with the stories of women from history, myth and film. 

Magnolia, 木蘭 was shortlisted for the Felix Dennis Prize for Best First Collection 2020, and is longlisted for the Ockham New Zealand Book Awards 2021 in the poetry section. Read a review of Magnolia, 木蘭 in The Guardian.

On occasion of Printed Matter Virtual Art Book Fair, your copy will also come with last eclipse, a limited edition risograph print made by Nina Mingya Powles.

170 grams
84 pages
22 x 16 x 0.5 cm
Paperback

Published in 2020 by Seraph Press
www.seraphpress.co.nz

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