Tim Upperton

Tim Upperton is the author of the poetry collections A House on Fire (2009) and The Night We Ate the Baby (2014). His poems have been published widely in literary magazines in New Zealand and overseas, and are anthologised in The Best of Best New Zealand Poems (2011), Villanelles (2012), Essential New Zealand Poems (2014), and Obsession: Sestinas in the Twenty-First Century (2014). He was born in Waipukurau in 1961.

Books
Apr 17, 2020

The Friday Poem: At the Fair by Tim Upperton

A new poem by Palmerston North poet Tim Upperton.   At the Fair   All these people had come to an outdoor fair. They were walking from one stall to another, inspecting the goods for sale, …

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Books
Jul 5, 2019

The Friday Poem: The riderless horses by Tim Upperton

A new prose poem by Palmerston North poet Tim Upperton.

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Books
Aug 11, 2016

Book of the Week: The amazing talent of Ashleigh Young

Tim Upperton reviews a new collection of personal essays by Wellington writer (and one of the winners of the Surrey Hotel Writers Residency awards!) Ashleigh Young.

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