Anne-Marie Te Whiu

Anne-Marie Te Whiu (Annie) was born and raised in Brisbane and belongs to Te Rarawa in Aotearoa. She is the co-editor of Solid Air: Australian and New Zealand Spoken Word (University of Queensland Press) and was co-director of the Queensland Poetry Festival from 2015 to 2017. She is a poet, weaver and cultural producer, currently working as a Senior Project Manager at Red Room Poetry in Sydney.

Beginnings of an interrogation of the text

By Anne-Marie Te Whiu — 26 March, 2021

OLD NEW ZEALAND—A Tale of the Good Old Times By a Pakeha Maori Edited by T.M Hocken F.L.S, Published by Whitcombe and Tombs Limited, 1930    waiting to be adopted caged kittens curl and groom themselves at the top of the stairs make my way down  saturday markets and humidity and rain umbrellas and couples…

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Hannah Brontë

By Anne-Marie Te Whiu — 3 July, 2020

This piece is the first in a five-part series of responses for BLEED—an online biennial festival from Arts House and Campbelltown Arts Centre. This poem was written in response to Hannah Brontë’s ‘mi$$-Eupnea’ (2020), which you can view here.        Press  esc  to exit full screen   ”  shift  to face ”  delete  to dive ”  caps lock  to grow ”  return  to open…