Journalist, historian, mum. 'Stop Press: the last days of newspapers' (Scribe, 2013). Creative fellow, State Library of Victoria. Project: 'The Melbourne Sirius' an artist newspaper (2014). First book, 'The Parihaka Album: Lest We Forget' (Huia, 2009). New project, about doctors and doctorhood, is on the go now.
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Monthly Archives: November 2013
Uncle Sam Jackson, a Taranaki kaumātua, died on Friday in Wellington. With his passing, Taranaki whānui in Wellington, Taranaki, Picton, Otago and further afield (such as here across the ditch in Te Ao Moemoea), have lost a cultural, spiritual and political leader … Continue reading
The chooks have been at each other. They arrived on a Sunday. One child carried the first cardboard box through the house and out to the garden. The second child carried another and the third helped lift in the straw. … Continue reading
My first book, ‘The Parihaka Album: lest we forget‘ (Huia, 2009) had hundreds of footnotes, a 15-page ‘select bibliography’ and an index. My second book, ‘Stop Press: the last days of newspapers‘ (Scribe, 2013) has none of the architecture of … Continue reading