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Ella Scott Fleming is the winner of the 2022 Metro Deadly Ponies Scholarship!

All things going well, her piece will be in Metro N°438

Ella Scott Fleming is the winner of the 2022 Metro Deadly Ponies Scholarship!

Dec 17, 2022 etc

Ella Scott-Fleming was born in 1991 in Ponsonby. She grew up in Grey Lynn and is a graduate of Elam School in Fine Arts where she focused on sculpture where her writing practice began. Since then she has worked in film as a props maker, art galleries as a technician and most recently in construction as a builder.

Currently she is doing a PgDip in Journalism at AUT in the hopes of becoming a court reporter. 


I’m so excited to announce our second Metro Deadly Ponies scholarship recipient is Ella Scott Fleming, an Elam graduate currently training to be a journalist. She’ll be writing about something we can’t talk about yet, but that we can’t wait to read.

It’s our pleasure to continue to support this important scholarship, giving opportunity to new and local writers with something to say that can inspire us all. We’re thrilled to see this year’s winner, Ella, submit a topic that moved and intrigued us – safe to say we look forward to reading this piece in 2023. Thank you to everyone that submitted an entry this year, you are a talented lot that we can’t wait to see more from.


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Metro N°442 is Out Now.

In the Autumn 2024 issue of Metro we celebrate the best of Tāmaki Makaurau — 100 great things about life in Auckland, including our favourite florist, furniture store, cocktail, basketball court, tree, make-out spot, influencer, and psychic. The issue also includes the Metro Wine Awards, the battle over music technology company Serato, the end of The Pantograph Punch, the Billy Apple archives, a visit to Armenia, viral indie musician Lontalius, the state of fine dining, and the time we bombed West Auckland to kill a moth. Plus restaurants, movies, politics, astrology, and more.

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