Emerging Aotearoa: Poetry, Short Stories, Music and more

Samuel Humphreys

Welcome to Emerging Aotearoa. Bringing you short stories, poetry, music and more from emerging artists in Aotearoa. Tales to warm your heart, chill you to the bone or bring a new perspective. read less
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Emerging Aotearoa S01E04
Feb 8 2022
Emerging Aotearoa S01E04
This podcast may contain content that is graphic, disturbing or traumatic for some.  Please check the show notes for episode specific content warnings. - Violence Welcome to season 1 episode 4 of Emerging Aotearoa.    Here at Emerging Aotearoa we aim to bring you poetry, short stories, music and more in collaboration with emerging artists from all over our country.    Celebrating diversity, creativity and collaboration, we hope to create a  new resource for emerging artists and diverse voices to have their art experienced   If you would like to be involved, we have the details for submitting your work, after the credits, at the end of the show.   This episode, for your listening pleasure.    "Dreaming Of Dragons' was written and recorded by Loredana P. Kint   Loredana is a poet and medical student in Aotearoa. Her poetry has appeared in national and student publications and international poetry competitions. It can be found on Instagram, @loredana_poetry, and on her website, loredanapoetry.com  She has self-published an anthology called Reflections, and is working on a children’s poetry book, which will be released this March.   The Long Night was written by Robert Von Garrett   "Robert von Garrett is an aspiring author and chronic world-builder.  He has a lifelong passion for fantasy in the broadest sense: everything from Tolkien and Star Wars to DnD and Saturday morning cartoons. He studied Religious Studies and Asian studies at university, which, along with his fascination with ancient history, psychedelics, and gritty, morally-grey TV shows, serves as a major inspiration in his writing. He has weaved a world that is rich in cultures and history. While some of his more wild imaginings have become tempered by an appreciation of realism.    Robert's current project is an epic fantasy saga which itself will be part of a much larger series spanning across multiple generations. "The Long Night" is a glimpse into the origins of the conflict that will come to shape this world, its politics, cultures, and even the nature of magic itself."   The Long Night was produced by Emerging Aotearoa featuring    Narration From - Benjamin Mother Voiced By - Zoe Page Arrana by Knicki Blake And Skalvard by Sam “Additional sound effects from https://www.zapsplat.com“   Lumini Ciudate -  by Heretic   Samuel Barriball  - a.k.a Heretic is a musician from the small town of Ngatea.  Heretic has been recording and mixing his own music as a way to provide a form of escapism for himself and his listeners.  With themes that are generally centered around high fantasy and Lovecraftian horror, Heretic provides a portal to unearthly realms centered within the mind through lengthy instrumentals constructed from heavy basslines and sweeping, atmospheric guitar melodies.  You can find more of Heretic's music on spotify by searching "Heretic Free of Flesh'' or going to heretic666.bandcamp.com.   Emerging Aotearoa is a Collaborative Creatives Aotearoa production. All work is licenced under a creative commons International non derivative 4.0 share alike license. Please share it but don't modify it or sell it.   If you would like to collaborate with us or submit your poetry, short stories or music please contact us by email  - emergingaotearoa@gmail.com    we are now taking submissions for season 2 launching winter 2022 The theme being perspectives. Submissions close on the 1st of June 2022   You can also contact us through our  Facebook page emergingaotearoa  Or Instagram @emergingaotearoapod And twitter @emergingaotea    We’d love to have your feedback.  Please let us know what you thought of our show by leaving a review on your platform of choice or through Facebook  and please  If you enjoyed this episode, share it with your friends and get the word out.   The next release will be our final Collaborators round table episode for the year. We welcome questions from listeners so let us know if you have any.   Thanks for listening and farewell until next time.
Emerging Aotearoa Season 1 Episode 3
Jan 13 2022
Emerging Aotearoa Season 1 Episode 3
Welcome to season 1 episode 3 of Emerging Aotearoa.    Today we journey to a post apocalyptic world and follow Sarah as she navigates this twisted domain.   Written by J.C Hart the Author of The Dead Way from episode one. Narration, Oak and additional voices by Sam Humphreys Sarah By Julie Bar Papatuanuku By Raupunawaiariki Griffiths Women in the cage by Knicki Blake   Content Warning - Language, Drug use, Suicidal themes, Inferred Sexual Violence, violence.   “Hope Lies North’’ was written, performed and produced by Heretic for this episode. Samuel Barriball a.k.a Heretic is a musician from the small town of Ngatea.  Heretic has been recording and mixing his own music as a way to provide a form of escapism for himself and his listeners.  With themes that are generally centered around high fantasy and Lovecraftian horror, Heretic provides a portal to unearthly realms centered within the mind through lengthy instrumentals constructed from heavy basslines and sweeping, atmospheric guitar melodies.  You can find more of Heretic's music on spotify by searching "Heretic Free of Flesh" or going to www.heretic666.bandcamp.com    Emerging Aotearoa is a Collaborative Creatives Aotearoa production. All work is licenced under a creative commons International non derivative 4.0 share alike license, please share it but don't modify it or sell it.   Celebrating diversity, creativity and collaboration, we hope to create a  new resource for emerging artists and diverse voices to have their art experienced   If you would like to collaborate with us or submit your poetry, short stories or music please contact us by emailing emergingaotearoa@gmail.com or by sending us a message through our facebook page Emereging Aotearoa  or Instagram  Emergingaotearoapod   we are now taking submissions for season 2 launching Autumn 2022  The theme being perspectives.   Now for the shameless self promotion. We’d love to have your feedback. Letting us know what you thought of our show by leaving a review on your platform of choice or through Facebook helps other people know what to expect and lets us build a better show for you! :)   and please, If you enjoyed this episode, consider sharing it with your friends to help get the word out. while we’re starting out this truly is the greatest support you could show. Next week will be our Collaborators round table episode where the people involved in the making of this episode and the last, chat about the ideas behind the art, their creative processes and experiences. We welcome questions from listeners so let us know if you have any.
Emerging Aotearoa S01E02
Dec 13 2021
Emerging Aotearoa S01E02
Welcome to season 1 episode 2 of Emerging Aotearoa.    Today for your listening pleasure we have   “Responsibility’ a poem Written and performed by Ravi Prasad of Auckland - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1235874518  - Instagram: https://instagram.com/ravikashronitprasad?utm_medium=copy_link  - Wordpress: https://raviprasadpoetry.wordpress.com “the Littlest Hero” a short story by Flis Bridle of Katikati Narrated by Knicki Blake of New Plymouth And to see us out  ‘Journey people reprise’ a song from Teddy Adams of Katikati   Now for the shameless self promotion. We’d love to have your feedback. Letting us know what you thought of our show by leaving a review on your platform of choice or through https://www.facebook.com/EmergingAotearoa helps other people know what to expect and lets us build a better show for you! :)   and please, If you enjoyed this episode, consider sharing it with your friends to help get the word out. While we’re starting out this truly is the greatest support you could show. The second greatest support you could show is to support us on https://www.patreon.com/emergingaotearoa  for as little as a coffee a month it would make all the difference.   Emerging Aotearoa is a Collaborative Creatives Aotearoa production. All work is licenced under a creative commons International non derivative 4.0 share alike license, please share it but don't modify it or sell it.   If you would like to collaborate with us or submit your poetry, short stories or music please contact us by emailing emergingaotearoa@gmail.com or by sending us a message through our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/EmergingAotearoa  or Instagram https://www.instagram.com/emergingaotearoapod/  we are now taking submissions for season 2 launching early 2022  The theme being perspectives.