Sunday, 2 July 2017

Our Book of the Week this week is Black Marks on the White Page, a diverse selection of some of the most interesting twenty-first century prose by Maori and Pasifika writers, both well-known and emerging, edited by Witi Ihimaera and Tina Makereti. 

Writers represented: 
Anahera Gildea - Patricia Grace - Nic Low - Mary Rokonadravu - Tusiata Avia - Witi Ihimaera - Alexis Wright - Gina Cole - David Geary - Kelly Joseph - Cassandra Barnett - Jione Havea - Serie Barford - Dewe Gorode - Victor Rodger - Tina Makereti - Michael Puleloa - Courtney Sina Meredith - Kelly Ana Morey - Sia Figiel - Anya Ngawhare - Paula Morris - Selina Tusitala Marsh - Bryan Kamaoli Kuwada - Albert Wendt

Fiona Pardington - Pati Solomonia Tyrell - Shane Hansen - Rosanna Raymond - Robert Jahnke - Cerisse Palalagi - Lisa ReihanaYuki Kihara

>> Paula Morris: "The most subversive coffee table book of the year."

>> Stories can save your life

>> Should we be worried about the ethic representation in New Zealand publishing?

>> Expanding perceptions of the Pacific world

>> Makereti's five favourite Maori and Pasifika books

>> The marginalisation and pigeonholing of ethnic minorities in UK publishing

>> The whiteness of the publishing industry in the US.  

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