What does it mean to speak from the whenua?
Do you want to hear about new directions in Māori literature?
Come, put your ear to the land, and listen to the writings of Te Whē ki Tukorehe.
This incredible Māori literature journal is available to all online. This event will be one of the rare opportunities to find out how this book came into being, what it means to challenge mainstream publishing practices, and listen to the contributors speak their words into the written world.
Contributors to the journal are:
Kāhui ruruhau: Patricia Grace, Renée, Haare Williams, Joe Harawira, Mike Ross, John Huria
Kaituhi: Anne-Marie Te Whiu, Anne Waapu, Annette Morehu, Arihia Latham, Ataria Sharman, Becky Manawatu, Cassandra Barnett, Emma Espiner, Kahu Kutia, Kirsty Dunn, Michelle Rahurahu, Miriama Gemmell, Nicole Titihuia Hawkins, Renée, Ruby Mae Hinepunui Solly, Sinead Overbye, Te Kahureremoa Taumata, Nadine Anne Hura and Anahera Gildea
Copies are not available at the event. Find this work at Te Whē ki Tukorehe website.