VOLUME 05

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THE 2018 VOLUME – IN THE BONDS OF LOVE WE MEET

It’s a phrase most of us have sung with varying degrees of passion, but is the affection it describes a reality in New Zealand’s public life? What are the bonds of love? And where are we meeting to negotiate them?

This year’s volume of Flint & Steel magazine looks at how we cultivate better public discussions on the issues that divide and unite society. The contributors to this magazine have considered how this might be done: in neighbourhoods and families, in fraying institutions like media and politics, through different cultural lenses, and in the kinds of communities and education that form us to listen and love.

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THE AUTHORS AND ARTISTS WHO CONTRIBUTED TO VOLUME 05:

Rowan Light / Protest and Patriotism

Jade Hohaia / He Wahi Tapu – A Sacred Space

Kieran Madden / On Common Ground

The Art of Disagreeing Agreeably

Jeremy Vargo / Parliamentary Privilege

Fay Carey & Benjamin Johnson / Here We Were – a photo essay

Tash McGill  / Reflecting the New Mosaic

Dr. Michael Reid / In Formation – Reflections on a Career in Teaching

Lydia O’Donnell / Side by Side

Dr. John Fox / Facing My Neighbour

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