The power of poetry has just been unleashed with the launch of Phantom Billstickers National Poetry Day 2017, and 20/20. The 20/20 collection will be published online and brings together 40 poems by New Zealand poets, who represent the diversity and vibrancy of talent in our contemporary national literature. Media coverage highlights of the launch campaign include: Maori Television, Waatea News, Radio NZ Afternoons, Scoop website, Poetry Bookshelf Blog, Beatties Book Blog, Booksellers NZ, NZ Book Council and across multiple social platforms.
‘Home: new writing’ editor Dr Thom Conroy curates fresh and acclaimed writers, as they share their thoughts about what home means to them. Here, you’ll find meditative essays from some of New Zealand’s best writers, including Lloyd Jones, Elizabeth Knox, Ian Wedde, Laurence Fearnley and Sarah Jane Barnett. Thornton Communications had the pleasure of getting the word out and secured interviews, extracts and reviews, including Weekend Herald Canvas, RNZ Standing Room Only, North & South, The Spinoff, NZ Books, Beatties Book Blog.
‘Feel A Little’ creates a poetic, imaginative and fun world for children to express their feelings. The strong visual language and cute illustrated characters evoke feelings and provide a starting point for children to explore their emotions. Thornton Communications loves working with zingy, passionate and creative people, and secured interviews and promotions on TV3 The Cafe, TV2 What Now, Radio LiVE (Fresh with Carly Flynn), OHBaby!, Bright Start, Good Teacher, Kiwi Family Media, Parenting and Education, The School Library.
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