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Nic Low


Nic Low is an author and artist of Ngai Tahu and European descent. Born in Christchurch, he now divides his time between Melbourne and a bush retreat near Castlemaine. Arms Race, published by Text in August 2014, is his debut collection of short stories.

Nic’s fiction, essays and criticism have appeared in The Big Issue, Monthly, Griffith Review, Lifted Brow, Art Monthly and Australian Book Review, and until recently he ran Asialink’s international writing program.

His second book, a literary exploration of New Zealand’s Southern Alps, will be published by Text in 2016.

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