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John Puhiatau Pule was just 21 years old living in Auckland when he wrote The Bond of Time: an Epic Love Poem, composed as a lyrical address by a lover to his beloved.
Tales of Niue Nukututaha features 12 tales from the island of Niue, giving traditional Polynesian storytelling a new twist.
Talanoa: Four Paciﬁc Plays is a timely collection from ﬁve playwrights who interweave Paciﬁc languages with English. Masters in the art of comedy and real-life theatre, these contemporary voices shine a light on the lives of Paciﬁc peoples, their culture...
Tau tala tu fakaholo ha Niue: tohia he tau lotomatala tohi tala ha Niue.
A collection of literary musings on Niue.
Prose and poetry in English from the Cook Islands, Fiji, Kiribati, Niue, Papua New Guinea, Vanuatu, Solomon Islands, Tonga and Samoa.
An anthology of prose and poetry which presents the distinctive voice of Polynesia in NZ.
This anthology presents the best of the English language entries in the inaugural Tusitala Short Story Competition, 2015. Authentic and diverse Pasefika voices from Sanmoa, the Cook islands, Fiji, American Samoa, Niue, New Zealand and Australia tell stories...
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