Paula Harris

Mentions

Click on the links below to see mentions in everything from interviews to announcements

 

Manawatū Standard story about Paula selling her depression on TradeMe [15/3/20]

Announcement by The London Magazine of the winner of their Poetry Prize, with Paula taking out second place [5/12/19]

Writer Tim Saunders mentions Paula in his Bookmarks section with Jesse Mulligan (from 12:09 - "mouthwatering"!!) [28/8/19]

Poet Erik Kennedy lists Paula as one of the New Zealand poets he thinks more people should be reading [31/7/19]

Paula talks with Jesse Mulligan on Radio NZ about winning the 2018 Janet B. McCabe Poetry Prize, and reads her poem you will dig me from the earth with your bare hands, but all of this will be too late [3/9/18]

Announcement by Geometry | Open Book that Paula is the winner of their National Poetry Competition [8/2018]

Announcement by Ruminate that Paula is the winner of the 2018 Janet B. McCabe Poetry Prize (judged by Ilya Kaminsky) [3/8/18]

Paula Green lists Paula as one of the poets she'd be keen to see a book from, in this review of Poetry New Zealand Yearbook 2018 [10/4/18]

Blog post with photo of an artwork interpreting Paula's poem chamomile and lemon balm as a fundraiser for Poems In The Waiting Room [20/9/13]

Blog post/profile of Paula for Poems In The Waiting Room fundraiser art auction [10/8/13]

Paula Harris

About Paula

Paula Harris lives in New Zealand, where she writes and sleeps a lot, because that's what depression makes you do. She won the 2018 Janet B. McCabe Poetry Prize and the 2017 Lilian Ida Smith Award.

Her poetry has been published in various journals, including Berfrois, Queen Mob's Teahouse, Barren, SWWIM, Glass, Diode, The Spinoff, Poetry New Zealand Yearbook and Landfall. Her essays have been published in The Spinoff and Headlands: New Stories of Anxiety (Victoria University Press).

She is extremely fond of dark chocolate, shoes and hoarding fabric.