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By Ourselves, for Ourselves: Samesame but Different 2022

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Join us to discuss intersectional writing with a fantastic panel of LGBTQI+ writers!

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UPDATE: In light of the Omicron outbreak and the cancellation of Auckland Pride, and in the interest of keeping our community safe, the 2022 Samesame but Different Festival will now take place online, including this event. You can still register via Eventbrite, and if you have already reserved a place in any of our events, we will make sure to send you the link so that you can enjoy the online version. Thank you for your understanding and we hope that you will still join us to hear from our fantastic LGBTQI+ writers and creatives!

LGBTQI+ is not our only identity, and understanding intersectionality helps us acknowledge how our queer communities have access to varying privilege. Our culture and gender influence how we are treated and perceived by the world. This powerhouse of a panel discusses how these factors affect and/or enrich their writing.

Join insightful essayist Rose Lu, ‘peddler of horny fiction’ Sam Te Kani, new novelist Rebecca K Reilly and spoken word poet Takunda Muzondiwa for an hour of stimulating discussion. Chaired by award-winning poet Chris Tse.

This event is part of the 2022 Auckland Pride Festival. See the full programme at aucklandpride.org.nz

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Auckland Pride is Aotearoa’s largest Pride Festival, celebrating our rainbow communities every February.

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