Blue Flower Texts donates books to the Christchurch Women’s Prison on a monthly basis. Below you can find a list of titles we have donated. If you have any particular books that you think would be useful to the Women’s Prison library, please get in touch. Reading material should be accessible to all.

April 2021:
J.C. Sturm, Postscripts (Wellington: Roger Steele, 2000).
Hone Tuwhare, No Ordinary Sun (Auckland: Blackwood and Janet Paul, 1965).
Amy Suo Wu, A Cookbook of Invisible Writing (Einhoven, NL: Onomatopee, 2019).

May 2021:
Hana Pera Aoake, A Bathful of Kawakawa & Hot Water (Auckland: Compound Press, 2020).

June 2021:
Viscose Journal, Issue 1: Style (Copenhagen; New York: 2021).

July 2021:
Kara Walker, A Black Hole Is Everything A Star Longs To Be (Zurich: JRP Editions, 2020).
Mary Kelly, The Voice Remains, (New York: Mitchell-Innes & Nash, 2018).
thanks to Cloud Workshop for these donations.

August 2021:
Eileen Myles, Evolution (London: Grove Press, 2018).
Ruth Buchanan, Uneven Bodies reader (New Plymouth: Govett Brewster, 2021).
thank you to Danae Mossman for donating two copies of Uneven Bodies through Blue Flower.

September 2021:
Charlotte Posenenske, Work in Progress (Cologne: Walter Konig, 2019).

October 2021:
Claudia Rankine, Citizen: An American Lyric (New York: Penguin, 2015).
Paul Thek & Luc Tuymans, Why? (Berlin: Distanz, 2013).

November 2021:
Dodie Bellamy, The TV Sutras (New York: Ugly Duckling Presse, 2014).
Mode & Mode Seven, “D&K Lookbook 2019,” (Melbourne, Mode & Mode, 2019).

December 2021:
Ron Nagle, Sub Rosa (Berlin: Revolver Publishing, 2019).

January 2022:
Robert Blanchon Monograph (New York, Visual Aids, 2006).

February 2022:
Paul Maziar, Flower Power: A Studio-Visit Conversation Between Paul Maziar & Srijon Chowdhury (New York: AC Books, 2021).