Oranui 1 - NZ$ 30.00
SOLD OUT - Issue 1, 2012
Exquisite poetry and prose from 27 established and emerging Maori writers including Hinemoana Baker, Shelly Davies, Rob Mokaraka, Paula Morris, Robert Sullivan, Munro Te Whata and Taika Waititi.
Oranui 2 - NZ$ 35
SOLD OUT - Issue 2, SPECIAL EDITION, 2014
A collaboration with the First Nations Australia Writers’ Network, this special edition of Ora Nui celebrates the indigenous identities of the Antipodes. Read new work from 50 Maori and Aboriginal writers including Te Awhina Arahanga, Kamarra Bell-Wykes, Jacq Carter, Amber Esau, Anita Heiss, Wayne Knox, Melissa Lucashenko, Justine Murray, Kerry Reed-Gilbert, Apirana Taylor and Alexis West.
For Someone I Love - NZ$ 45.00
A collection of writing by Arapera Blank
Arapera Blank was one of New Zealand’s first bilingual poets and the first Maori writer to win a Katherine Mansfield Award in 1959. This extraordinary hardcover book showcases her poetry, short fiction and essays written over thirty years, and includes photography from her Swiss husband, Pius Blank. Both now deceased the book is a tribute to a glamorous aesthetic and vision for biculturalism and feminism.
Crimson - NZ$ 25.00
Following in her mother’s footsteps, Marino Blank has been writing and publishing poetry for ten years, and was included in the 2014 Auckland University Press omnibus of Maori poetry He Puna Wai Korero. Marino's writing is evidence of an emerging Maori literary sensibility, referencing tikanga Maori, but very firmly anchored in the present – with a future-focused vision.
REWIRE: THE LITTLE BOOK ABOUT BIAS - NZ$ 19.95
SOLD OUT - REWIRE: THE LITTLE BOOK ABOUT BIAS
Deep down we all know we hold biases for or against different groups of people. We hold more bias against people who are not like us. Bias is socialised into us through culture and the media, and no-one is immune.
Oranui 3 - NZ$ 45
SOLD OUT - Issue 3, Going Global, 2017
The third issue of the Māori literary journal Ora Nui goes global. As well as Māori, writers from Europe ponder issues of identity, migration, diversity, and nationhood. This is a thrilling collection of experimental prose, poetry, art, and photography.