Tag Archives: Kay McKenzie Cooke

Hello Spring, we’re 40

Our Spring poetry cards will be in the mail next week. This is the 40th edition of Poems in the Waiting Room (NZ) We’ve made the font larger in this edition so our rest home residents may find it easier … Continue reading

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Home and away

Some of our winter cards are being read in Europe right now. Kay McKenzie Cooke has just returned from Paris, Germany………. and ‘left’ a few cards in cafes. A great way to spread poetry. David Kelly-Hedrick leaves Dunedin on Saturday … Continue reading

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Poets on the prowl

This morning we parked in town and went for a wander around the University area. Being a public holiday it was quiet except for the Leith which was tumbling and rushing along, leaving its duck residents quietly dismayed among the … Continue reading

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September 15

SAVE THIS DATE NOW! It’s our fifth birthday in September and we’re celebrating!!!! Poems in the Waiting Room presents Four Poets at “Bellamys at Five” Come along and hear Brian Turner, Emma Neale, Fiona Farrell, and Kay McKenzie Cooke read … Continue reading

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Now we are Four!

Yesterday I met Kay McKenzie Cooke for a hot choccie and a chat at Cinnamon Cafe in St Andrew St. Will and the girls provide friendly cheerful service and consistently, no matter who’s serving, make GREAT hot choccies. Check them … Continue reading

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And the winners are – – – –

Thanks to everyone who entered the inaugural Poems in the Waiting Room competition. Sending poems out into the world is an act of bravery. It’s all too easy to say ‘ I’m too busy’, or ‘ oops I’ve missed the … Continue reading

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Not long to go!

COUNTING DOWN! IT’S NOT TOO LATE BUT WE’RE COUNTING DOWN. The 2012 Poems in the Waiting Room competition closes on February 29. (We’ve arranged 29 days in February this year just to give you that extra 24 hours to get … Continue reading

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