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16 NOVEMBER: Tim Tipene answers questions on 'How I Writes' at stuff.co.nz.
12 JULY: Dhalia Naepi, a member of the Niue Language Writers Group who translated the Niuean version of Of Course You Can! Watch her interview with PMN Niue on Facebook here.
14 NOVEMBER: David Hill, author of Three Scoops: Stories by David Hill, talks about writing and the creative life with The Big Idea after being announced as the 2021 Prime Minister’s Awards for Literary Achievement Fiction recipient.
OCTOBER 27: Gay Buckingham talks about Kākāpō Keeper on Radio New Zealand National, Nights with Bryan Crump.
JULY 10: Dahlia Malaeulu discusses the inspiration behind her work with Tagata Pasifika reporter, John Pulu.
APRIL 24: Dahlia Malaeulu, author and creator of the Mila's My Gagana Series #2 (Isaia Says / Analia Asks and Sala's Surprise / Kuso's Clean) talks to the Samoa Observer about her 2021 publishing schedule.
OCTOBER 19: Rachel Petero, co-author of Take Your Space, joined Jesse at RNZ to expand on why women should make their presence known to get ahead.
OCTOBER 15: Rachel Petero, co-author of Take Your Space, joined The Project NZ and broke down some of the wisdom that can help women tackle the day to day inequality.
SEPTEMBER 25: Jo Cribb, co-author of Take Your Space, wrote an op-ed for The NZ Herald, reflecting on how valuing yourself is a key to success.
SEPTEMBER 15: Jo Cribb, co-author of Take Your Space, wrote a column for stuff.co.nz about where solutions might lie to NZ's current 'shecession'.
SEPTEMBER 9: Tim Tipene talks to RNZ on Kathryn Ryan about his life and how his Warrior Kids programme helps children build self control, resilience and conflict resolution skills.
JUNE 5: Lani Wendt Young - Finalist for the 2020 NZ Book Awards for Young Adult Fiction: radio interview on Pacific Media Network.
JUNE 4: Three Pasifika women named as finalists in the NZ Book Awards for Children and Young Adults: Tagata Pasifika website.
JUNE 4: Behold! The finalists of the 2020 Book Awards for Children and Young Adults: The Spinoff Website.