Kerry Hines is a poet, writer and researcher with a particular interest in the history of photography and New Zealand photographic histories.
Young Country (poems, with photographs by William Williams) was published by Auckland University Press in 2014. For more on this, and the associated exhibition – currently on show at Ashburton Art Gallery – see the Young Country page.
For the latest on readings, events and publications, check out the News page – and for online reviews, poems and interviews, head to the Links page.
Kerry’s current research projects include an investigation of the summer camps set up by young men at the Christchurch seaside c.1892-1910, drawing on photographs by Adam Henry Pearson Maclay; and ‘Half-way Home,’ poems and images relating to the transit depot for New Zealand soldiers, Devon, 1917-1919.
Text and images on this site © Kerry Hines 1999-2017 (unless otherwise indicated) – moral rights asserted