Jonathan Hoskin is a reader, writer, and artist. He is extremely interested in what happens when we read a text. He completed a creative works, interdisciplinary MTh in 2017 engaging narrative fiction, poetry, and apophatic theology with French Literary Theory, in particular the work of Maurice Blanchot. His interests are interdisciplinary and creative, exploring literature through the lens of theology, continental philosophy, literary theory, performance philosophy, art, and critical theory. He coordinates the academic support services at Laidlaw Theological College, Auckland, New Zealand, where he is from.