My Writing

1526203_1514543202153407_3693440433521458812_nPoetry:

The Art of Excavation, Anahera Press Ltd, 2014

‘How to Make a Colonial Cake’ (collaboration with artist Janet Lilo) Hawai’i Review: Issue 79, University of Hawai’i at Mānoa, 2014

‘A Tribute to the Black Ghost’ Landfall 226: Heaven & Hell, David Eggleton (ed.) University of Otago Press, 2013

‘The Alcazar’ Snorkel#17www.snorkel.org.au/017/tamu.html 2013

‘In Search of Dr Funk’ Blackmail Press 33, Doug Poole (ed.) www.nzpoetsonline.com 2012

‘Midden Secrets’ Blackmail Press 33, Doug Poole (ed.) www.nzpoetsonline.com 2012

‘How to make a Colonial Cake’, JAAM 29, Anne Kennedy (ed.) JAAM Collective, 2011

‘The Beach’, Mauri Ola: Contemporary Polynesian Poems in English: Whetu Moana II, Albert Wendt, Reina Whaitiri, Robert Sullivan (eds.) Auckland University Press, 2010‘

PEOPLE LANGUAGE PEOPLE’ People Language People Exhibition Catalogue, Tautai Contemporary Arts Trust, 2009

‘Maka Uli’, Landfall 218: Islands, David Eggleton (ed.) University of Otago Press 2009

‘Arohanui: The love of the Gods’ Blackmail Press 27, David Eggleton (ed.) www.nzpoetsonline.com, 2008

‘Tsunami’ Blackmail Press 27, David Eggleton (ed.) www.nzpoetsonline.com 2008

‘Visionary’ Blackmail Press 22, Doug Poole (ed.) www.nzpoetsonline.com, 2007

‘Black Night’ Blackmail Press 22, Doug Poole (ed.) www.nzpoetsonline.com, 2007

‘True Love Exists’ Blackmail Press 22, Doug Poole (ed.) www.nzpoetsonline.com, 2007

‘You’, Niu: Voices: Contemporary Pacific Fiction 1, Selina Tusitala Marsh (ed.) Huia Publishers, 2006

‘Brown Soul’, Niu: Voices: Contemporary Pacific Fiction 1, Selina Tusitala Marsh (ed.) Huia Publishers, 2006

‘Apia’, Niu: Voices: Contemporary Pacific Fiction 1, Selina Tusitala Marsh (ed.) Huia Publishers, 2006

History:

Going ‘Troppo’ in the South Pacific: Dr Bernhard Funk of Samoa 1844-1911, 2007

http://www.arts.auckland.ac.nz/uoa/home/about/ourresearch-1/research-centres-and-archives/research-centre-for-germanic-connections-with-new-zealand-and-the-pacific/publications-11

Polynesian Panthers (co-editor with Melani Anae and Ta Iuli), 2006

http://books.google.co.nz/books/about/Polynesian_Panthers.html?id=0OCaAAAACAAJ&redir_esc=y
Fighting the War At Home: Motuihe Island Internment Camp 1914-1920 (unpublished research paper) 2004

Re-defining “the Beach”: The Municipality of Apia 1879-1900

https://researchspace.auckland.ac.nz/handle/2292/21585

Opinion:

‘Notes on Cultural Diplomacy’ in Tell You What: Great NZ Non-Fiction 2015, AUP, 2014

A Life Changing Decision, The New Zealand Author, July 2014

‘The Power of Words’ SPASIFIK Magazine: Issue 60, Autumn 2014

‘The Beach: States of Transition’ Griffith Review 43: Pacific Highways (co-edited by Julianne Schultz and Lloyd Jones) Griffith University, 2014

Metro Magazine “Cultural Diplomacy” columns with artist Janet Lilo

http://janetliloart.com/current/

“Super Mum Inc.” Metro Magazine, May 2013

“What’s Love Got To Do With It?” Metro Magazine, April 2013

“I Have a Dream”, Metro Magazine, March 2013

“Rethinking the Kiwi Dream”, Metro Magazine, January 2013

“Bully Basher”, Metro Magazine, December 2012

“Spy Fever”, Metro Magazine, November 2012

“Mouths Wide Shut”, Metro Magazine, October 2012

Fly Me Up to Where You Are: Review http://metroarts.co.nz/art-design/review-tiffany-singh/

White, but not quite, SPASIFIK Magazine  http://www.spasifikmag.com/publicblogpage/leilanitamu/

 

Exhibitions (support and collaboration):

Language People Exhibition 2009 http://janetliloart.com/language-people-2009/

Kermadec Exhibition 2012, Nuku’alofa, Tonga http://www.thekermadecs.org/news-and-blogs/news/artists-bring-kermadecs-to-tonga

Whau Arts Festival 2014, Avondale http://whauthepeople.com/about/

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