Anne-Marie Te Whiu

Anne-Marie Te Whiu (Te Rarawa) is a writer, weaver and senior producer at Red Room Poetry. In 2019 she co-edited Solid Air: Australia and New Zealand Spoken Word and recently edited Tony Birch’s Whisper Songs. Her writing has been published in Ora Nui, Te Whē, Tupuranga, Sport, Cordite, Rabbit, among others.

Fair Trade: a way to RE/order /imagine /code the world

It was August 2017 and the location was The Tibetan Kitchen on Brunswick Street in Meanjin, Brisbane.

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Further than Jonah

Mostly I just thought it was a really funny character my ears were the first to leave heading off without packing anything lobes tired of hanging on waiting to hear something different tired of listening to the same old same …

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police car in the driveway bed unmade since yesterday blue and red lights up the street not far to fall Christmas induced abuse flee home at midnight leave behind kids and plants to be watered able to walk but not …

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