Ake! Ake! Ake! On the Innovation and Expansion of Toi Māori
A Kaputī with Kahu Kutia
Uneasy Seas: Attraction and Auē

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Literature

Sinead Overbye reflects on how her perspective as a queer Māori woman influences her writing practice. She traces an artistic whakapapa by bringing to light a history of innovation and experimentation in Māori art.

Culture is a silent plant. It creeps in without warning. During my MA, I wrote a collection of short stories I vaguely termed ‘magical realism’ because my classmates called them ‘strange...

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Ruby Solly has a kōrero with Kahu Kutia about her latest Podcast Series He Kākano Ahau, and what it takes to create media that amplifies Māori stories, with a Māori voice.

In her recently released podcast He Kākano Ahau, Kahu Kutia (Ngāi Tūhoe) partners with urban Māori around the motu to whakamana the stories of kaikōrero. He Kākako Ahau celebrates the diversity and connection of urban Māori not...

Literature

Jessie Bray Sharpin on two debut novels that reckon with painful memories and fractured families: Attraction by Ruby Porter and Auē by Becky Manawatu.

A broken corrugated-iron bach on sloping dry grass in front of an empty beach. The sound of your dad’s jandals on the concrete path with sand grinding under at each step. Playing with your cousins in a boat made from a washed-up mussel buoy cut in...

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Ake! Ake! Ake! On the Innovation and Expansion of Toi Māori
Society
A Kaputī with Kahu Kutia
Literature
Uneasy Seas: Attraction and Auē
You Asked How (Formerly Even Now She Is Turning, Saying Everything I Always Wanted Her to Say)
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Literature
You Asked How (Formerly Even Now She Is Turning, Saying Everything I Always Wanted Her to Say)
By Joe Nunweek
A Movie That Should Never, Ever Be Made
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Literature
A Movie That Should Never, Ever Be Made
By Joe Nunweek
Pseudointellectual Chutzpah
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Literature
Pseudointellectual Chutzpah
By Rosabel Tan
What is Love?
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What is Love?
By Hugh Lilly
Last Words
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Society
Last Words
By Joe Nunweek