Our Team

Laura Williamson – Editor / Co-Founder

Laura Williamson is a writer based in Central Otago, New Zealand. She is the co-writer of The Blue Moments Project song and spoken word cycle, and her poems have been featured in books, magazines and journals around the world, including the Poetry New Zealand Yearbook 2019 and three New Zealand Poetry Society anthologies.

Laura’s first book, The Bike and Beyond: Life on Two Wheels in Aotearoa New Zealand, is out now as part of the BWB Text series from Bridget Williams Books.

She is also the former editor of Spoke, a national New Zealand mountain bike magazine, a frequent contributor to Kia Ora: The in-flight magazine of Air NZ, and is the author of four textbooks on media writing for senior high school students, published by Essential Resources.

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Nathan Weathington – Publisher / Co-Founder

Nathan Weathington is the author of Where the Hell Were Your Parents? and Invasion of the Bastard Cannibals(Winner of the Bronze Medal for Humour at the 2016 IPPY Awards).

He has worked as a civil engineer, bartender, math teacher, secretary, the publisher of several newspapers/magazines in British Columbia and a smart-ass astrologer named Mr. Asstrology. As an up-and-coming media mogul, he responsibly decided to ditch his career to pursue the untold riches of becoming a stay at home dad and author.

Nathan now lives with his family in lower Albert Town where he pursues his obsession with fly fishing.

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Leslie Eaton – Production

Leslie Eaton is an award-winning graphic artist who specializes in document layout. She carries over 25 years of experience in the print and advertising industries and her work is seen internationally.

She is tucked away in a tiny community where wildlife roam, fly and swim. When not in front of a computer you can find her practicing archery, fishing, kayaking or roaming around with Robin, her dog and her husband Troy. She is into the dark practice of fibre-arts (be careful when researching, it is never ending and gets expensive) or painting medieval illuminations, watercolours and little libraries.