Welcome to the Aotearoa Literary Hub

Each month we feature the work of a NZ or Pasifika writer through the lens of shared reading.

 

Amanda Maxwell

Amanda Maxwell is a New Zealander who lives and writes on the south coast of Australia.  She has had two collections of short stories published

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Tulia Nacola

Adi Tulia Nacola is a woodworker and author who has been publishing books since 2018. From Soa, Nakorotubu in the province of Ra. She writes

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Murray Edmond

Murray Edmond: b. Kirikiriroa 1949, lives in Glen Eden, Tāmaki-makau-rau, Aotearoa. Associate Professor of Drama (retired) University of Auckland, 1991-2014.  16 books of poetry (most

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Thanks to Felix & Jane!

Thanks so much to our friends Felix & Jane who have so generously sponsored the koha for our Aotearoa Literary Hub writers for the past

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Te Ara-Ripeka Rangihuna

Tēnā koutou katoa,Ko Te Ara-Ripeka Rangihuna ahau, he Ngāti Porou, he Ngāti Kahungunu, he Ngāti Tūwharetoa.I am a Māmā of two with a passion for

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Dominic Hoey

Dominic Hoey is a poet, author and playwright based in Auckland, New Zealand. His debut novel Iceland was a New Zealand bestseller, long-listed for the

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Moata McNamara

Ngāpuhi, Te Mahurehure After what she describes as “too long” in Academia, Moata has come late to writing a series of hybrid works, published in

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Monica Macansantos

Monica Macansantos is the author of the story collection, Love and Other Rituals (Grattan Street Press, 2022), and the forthcoming memoir-in-essays, Returning to My Father’s Kitchen (Northwestern University Press,

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Lucia Ablett

Lucia is a creative writer in all genres including rap, poetry, screenplays. I had a very multicultural upbringing and from this developed a passion for

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Steph Matuku

Steph Matuku (Ngāti Mutunga, Ngāti Tama, Te Atiawa) writes stories for the page, stage and screen. She has generously shared her short story for adults

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