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.
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 / A 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