Enjoy Leonel Alvarado's beautiful poetry -- in a mix of English & Spanish -- in Aratoi's beautiful exhibition space of crushed flower photography by David Lupton.
Originally from Honduras, Leonel Alvarado has authored several award-winning books -- his latest books are "Driving with Neruda to the Fish ‘n Chips" and "These Days are Called Blanca". He teaches Spanish and Latin American Literature and Culture at Massey University in Palmerston North, and often collaborates with photographer David Lupton.
Photographer David Lupton has contributed to many books, such as "Between the Rivers: The Manawatū" and "Everybody’s Somebody" and has been exploring crushed floral photography for several years.
David Lupton and Bettina Anderson are publishers of HauNui Press, which is presenting "The Divine Remains" that beautifully marries Alvarado's poetry with Lupton's imagery.
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