A powerful new collection of non-fiction by contemporary Māori writers.
Ngā Kupu Wero brings together a bounty of essays, articles, commentary and creative non-fiction on the political, cultural and social issues that challenge us today. From colonisation to identity, from creativity to mātauranga Māori, over 60 writers explore the power of the word. Accept the challenge of the wero. Join the kōrero.
Ngā Kupu Wero is a companion volume to Te Awa o Kupu, which presents recent poetry and fiction. Together these two passionate and vibrant anthologies reveal that the irrepressible river of words flowing from Māori writers today shows us who and what we are.
Categories: NZ, Politics, Social and Māori culture issues in English, Non-fiction prose.
Reading Age: Young Adult to Adult
RRP: Paperback NZ$37.00
Imprint Penguin published in NZ by Penguin Random House New Zealand