Geraldine Warren, Jade Kake and Zeb Nicklin share their thoughts about being selected for Te Papa Tupu and what they hope to get out of the mentoring programme.
We thrilled to announce six promising writers for Te Papa Tupu.
Aspiring Māori writers have the opportunity to build their confidence and improve their writing in the writing programme, Te Papa Tupu.
MEDIA RELEASE20 September 2019 The winners of the Pikihuia Awards for short stories were announced on Saturday at Te Wharewaka o Pōneke. On a wet Wellington afternoon whānau, friends and supporters of Māori literature and arts came together to celebrate and acknowledge the success of 23 Māori writers. The judges had the important job of […]
26 June 2019 The Māori Literature Trust is pleased to announce the finalists for the 2019 Pikihuia Awards. The judges were impressed with the diversity of the stories and great confidence in the writing. ‘The stories from the First-time Writers in English varied in topic, pace and characters – from colonisation to tūrangawaewae, poverty to […]