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Kiri Piahana-Wong

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Kiri Piahana-Wong is a poet, editor and the publisher at Anahera Press. She is of Ngāti Ranginui, Chinese and Pākehā ancestry. As a poet, Kiri’s writing has appeared in over forty journals and anthologies, including Essential NZ Poems, Landfall, Tātai Whetū: Seven Māori Women Poets in Translation, Ora Nui, Vā: Stories by Women of the Moana and more. She has one full-length collection, Night Swimming (2013), and a second, Give Me An Ordinary Day, is forthcoming. Kiri lives in Whanganui with her family.

Books by Kiri Piahana-Wong

Te Awa o Kupu

A stunning new collection of poetry and stories by contemporary Māori writers.

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Te Awa o Kupu and Ngā Kupu Wero

Join the kōrero. Two passionate and vibrant anthologies featuring work from some of our finest Māori writers.