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Alexandra Marie Stinson

Alexandra Marie Stinson writes about the colour, shape, and texture (morphology) of the plant world. She has a background in journalism, political science, and ethnobotany. She is currently in the 2020/2021 MCW class working on a poetic, fragmented literary fiction novel.

Storm, Wanaka, 1920s-1930s, Dunedin, by George Chance. Purchased 1999 with New Zealand Lottery Grants Board funds. Te Papa2021 SummerT3SHORTS

Auckland Shorts

Land of the Rising Sun   We thought Honolulu had been nuked, as if that could happen without at least a twitter feud first.   Wind pinked our six faces off the back of the ship we called ‘a boat’ to the dismay of the loyal crew. The mushroom cloud…
Alexandra Marie Stinson
February 10, 2021