Just opened my mail and got my new issue of Hue and Cry.
Hue & Cry is a Wellington-based art and literary journal, increasingly recognised as a distinctive voice in the New Zealand art and literary scene. The journal exists to promote emergent artists and writers, and to encourage communication within and between the art and literary communities throughout New Zealand. Offset printed, we take a curatorial approach to contributions as a whole, organising the journal as an aesthetic space. Hue & Cry is published and edited by Chloe Lane, with Lawrence Patchett as literary co-editor and Andrea Bell as art editor, and designed by The International Office.
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