Glenn Colquhoun

Books
Apr 24, 2020

Lockdown letters #29, Glen Colquhoun: An Anzac memorial

'Can’t see the point in celebrating the day until we can say where we went wrong too.'

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Books
Apr 19, 2020

Lockdown letters #24, Glenn Colquhoun: Chewing the fat with Adam Smith

Letters to Hone Tūwhare and his Travelling Band of Constant Companions, continued. 

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Books
Apr 14, 2020

Lockdown letters #19, Glenn Colquhoun: Jesus pokes a dead stingray with a stick

'I took a walk Easter Friday. Looked out for you everywhere. The churches are down at the moment. All I have is the beach.'

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Books
Apr 9, 2020

Lockdown letters #14, Glenn Colquhoun: Down the back of the bus

'It is sobering watching what a country can do if it wants to. Having been told for so long that nothing is possible. These are strange times down the back of the bus, John.'

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Books
Apr 4, 2020

Lockdown letters #9, Glenn Colquhoun: ‘C’mon OldKing, it’s time for the footy’

Today, writer and doctor Glenn Colquhoun, with the second of his Letters to Hone Tūwhare and his Travelling Band of Constant Companions.

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Books
Mar 30, 2020

Lockdown letters, #4, Glenn Colquhoun: A note to Hone Tūwhare

A letter to poet Hone Tūwhare – and his Travelling Band of Constant Companions

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Society
Feb 9, 2020

Māui’s Fish: a view of the NZ health system from the end of a corridor in a Levin hospital

Our health system is broken. It has betrayed its community rather than served it, writes Glenn Colquhoun, a poet and doctor based on the Kāpiti coast.

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