Get on the waka : best recent Māori fiction / edited with an introduction by Witi Ihimaera.

Contributor(s): Ihimaera, Witi Tame, 1944- [author,, editor.]
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Auckland, N.Z. : Reed Pub., c2007Description: 184 p. ; 24 cmISBN: 9780790011622; 079001162XOther title: Best recent Maori fiction [Portion of title]Subject(s): Short stories, Māori (English) | New Zealand fiction -- Māori authors | PakiwaitaraGenre/Form: Short stories, New Zealand. | Short stories, New Zealand -- Maori authors. | New Zealand fiction -- 21st century. DDC classification: NZ823.0080899441
Contents:
The people-faces (extract) / Lisa Cherrington -- Top hat and taiaha / Lindsay Charmain-Love -- Jake's long shadow (extract) / Alan Duff -- Ao toa: Earth warriors (extract) / Cathie Dunsford -- Walking to Laetoli / James George -- Te manawa / Briar Grace-Smith -- Love story / Patricia Grace -- Getting it / Keri Hulme -- Meeting Elizabeth Costello / Witi Ihimaera -- Himiona's knives / Phil Kawana -- Maiki / Kingi McKinnon -- Grace is gone (extract) / Kelly Ana Morey -- Rangatira / Paula Morris -- Kissing shadows (extract) / Renee -- Pale flower / Alice Tawhai -- Hinengaro / Ngahuia Te Awekotuku -- At the heart of Hiruharama (extract) / Isabel Waiti-Mulholland.
Action note: Auckland City Libraries Heritage record. Retain bibliographic description. Do not merge attached Auckland items or delete this record.Subject: Get on the Waka is an energetic collection of fiction writing by Maori since 2000, selected and with an introduction by Witi Ihimaera. It showcases 17 stories and extracts from established writers, most of whom have won awards and recognition in New Zealand and overseas.
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Contains information on the contributors (p. 178-183).

The people-faces (extract) / Lisa Cherrington -- Top hat and taiaha / Lindsay Charmain-Love -- Jake's long shadow (extract) / Alan Duff -- Ao toa: Earth warriors (extract) / Cathie Dunsford -- Walking to Laetoli / James George -- Te manawa / Briar Grace-Smith -- Love story / Patricia Grace -- Getting it / Keri Hulme -- Meeting Elizabeth Costello / Witi Ihimaera -- Himiona's knives / Phil Kawana -- Maiki / Kingi McKinnon -- Grace is gone (extract) / Kelly Ana Morey -- Rangatira / Paula Morris -- Kissing shadows (extract) / Renee -- Pale flower / Alice Tawhai -- Hinengaro / Ngahuia Te Awekotuku -- At the heart of Hiruharama (extract) / Isabel Waiti-Mulholland.

Get on the Waka is an energetic collection of fiction writing by Maori since 2000, selected and with an introduction by Witi Ihimaera. It showcases 17 stories and extracts from established writers, most of whom have won awards and recognition in New Zealand and overseas.

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