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Witi (Tame) Ihimaera (1944-) - Writings

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Pounamu, Pounamu (short stories; title means "Greenstone, Greenstone"; also see below), Heinemann (Auckland, New Zealand), 1972.

Tangi (novel; title means "Mourning"), Heinemann (Auckland, New Zealand), 1973.

Whanau (novel; title means "Family"), Heinemann (Auckland, New Zealand), 1974.

Maori (nonfiction), New Zealand Government Printer (Wellington, New Zealand), 1975.

The New Net Goes Fishing (short stories; also see below), Heinemann (Auckland, New Zealand), 1977.

The Matriarch, Heinemann (Auckland, New Zealand), 1986.

Dear Miss Mansfield: A Tribute to Kathleen Mansfield Beauchamp, Heinemann (Auckland, New Zealand), 1987, Viking (New York, NY), 1989.

The Whale Rider, illustrated by John Hovell, Mandarin (Auckland, New Zealand), 1992, reprinted with movie stills, Reed (Auckland, New Zealand), 2002, Harcourt (Orlando, FL), 2003.

Land, Sea, and Sky, with photographs by Holger Leue, Reed Books (Auckland, New Zealand), 1994.

Bulibasha: King of the Gypsies, Penguin (Auckland, New Zealand), 1994.

The Legendary Land, photographed by Holger Leue, Reed (Auckland, New Zealand), 1994.

Kingfisher Come Home: The Complete Maori Stories, Secker & Warburg (Auckland, New Zealand), 1995.

Aotearoa = New Zealand: Faces of the Land, with photographs by Holger Leue, Reed Books (Auckland, New Zealand), 1995.

Nights in the Gardens of Spain, Secker & Warburg (Auckland, New Zealand), 1995.

Kingfisher Come Home: The Complete Maori Stories (contains Pounamu, Pounamu and The New Net Goes Fishing), Secker & Warburg (Auckland, New Zealand), 1995.

The Kaieke Tohora, Reed Books (Auckland, New Zealand), 1995.

The Dream Swimmer (sequel to The Matriarch), Penguin (Auckland, New Zealand), 1997.

(With Tim Plant) New Zealand: Land of Adventure, photographed by Holger Leue, Reed (Auckland, New Zealand), 1997.

On Top/Down Under, photographed by Sally Tagg, HarperCollins (Auckland, New Zealand), 1998.

(With Tim Plant) This Is New Zealand, photographed by Holger Leue, Reed (Auckland, New Zealand), 1998.

New Zealand: First to See Dawn, photographed by Holger Leue, Reed (Auckland, New Zealand), 1999.

The Uncle's Story, University of Hawaii Press (Honolulu, HI), 2000.

Woman Far Walking (play), Huia (Wellington, New Zealand), 2000.

Out There: Portraits of the Hero Parade, photographed by Murray Savidan, Savidan Productions (Auckland, New Zealand), 2001.

The Little Kowhai Tree (for children), illustrated by Henry Campbell, Huia (Wellington, New Zealand), 2002.

Ihimaera: His Best Stories, Reed (Auckland, New Zealand), 2003.

Sky Dancer, Penguin (Auckland, New Zealand), 2003.


Also author of short stories, including "Big Brother, Little Sister" and "Truth of the Matter." Contributor of lecture to New Zealand through the Arts: Past and Present, Friends of Turnbull Library (Wellington, New Zealand), 1982.


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