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INDIGITALK: KO TE KAI A TE RANGATIRA

What do Indigenous writers talk about when they talk about writing? As we travel into the world and back again, Māori often connect with Indigenous whānau in other countries, and find their lives and ways of being share similarities with our own. Join poet and scholar Alice Te Punga Somerville (Te Atiawa, Taranaki) in conversation with After the Carnage and The Yield author Tara June Winch (Wiradjuri), and Full-Metal Indigiqueer poet / Johnny Appleseed novelist Joshua Whitehead (Oji-Cree) as they discuss the beauty, urgency, pain, and enchantment of indigenous writing.

Onāianei series curated by Tina Makereti.

Supported by Te Puni Kōkiri.

Ka kōrerotia te aha e ngāi ringatuhi iwi taketake nā rātou ka kōrero mōte tuhituhi? I a tātou ka toro haere ki te ao, ka hoki mai anō ai, he rite tonu tā te Māori hono atu ki ētahi whānau iwi taketake ki whenua kē atu, me te rongo i ētahi ōritetanga nui i waenga i te āhua e noho ai rātou, me te āhua e noho ai tātou. Piri mai ki te ringa toikupu, ki te pū kenga mātauranga anō, ki a Alice Te Punga Somerville (Te Atiawa, Taranaki) nōna ka kōrero tahi ki te kaitito i After the Carnage me The Yield, ki a Tara June Winch (Wiradjuri), ra-ua ko te ringa toikupu o Full-Metal Indigiqueer, ko te kaitito hoki i Johnny Appleseed, ko Joshua Whitehead (Oji-Cree). Ka kōrero te kāhui nei mō ngā mata rau o te tuhituhi iwi taketake, ātaahuatanga mai, totoatanga mai, mamaetanga mai, ātahutanga mai anō.

He mea rauhī te rā rangi kaupapa Onāianei nā Tina Makereti.

He mea tautoko nā Te Puni Kōkiri.

Fri, 15 May 2020

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