Our judge 2021

 

Tayi Tibble

Tayi Tibble (Te Whānau ā Apanui/Ngāti Porou) is an indigenous writer based in Te Whanganui a Tara. She writes columns for Re: News and Metro and works part-time as a publicity assistant at Victoria University Press. In 2017 she completed a Masters in Creative Writing from the International Institute of Modern Letters where she was the recipient of the Adam Foundation Prize. Her first book, Poūkahangatus (VUP, 2018), won the Jessie Mackay Best First Book of Poetry Award. Her second collection, Rangikura, will be published in June, 2021. Twitter/IG/Tiktok @paniaofthekeef

 

 


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Te kaiwhakawā 2021

 

Tayi Tibble

Ko Tayi Tibble (Te Whānau ā Apanui, Ngāti Porou) tētahi kaituhi iwi taketake e noho ana ki Te Whanganui a Tara. E tuhi kōrero ana ia mō Re: News me Metro, ā, e mahi hamanga ana ia ki Victoria University Press hei ringa āwhina whakaaturanga. I te tau 2017 i tutuki i a ia te tohu paerua mō te tuhi auaha ki te Pūtahi Tuhi Auaha o te Ao (IIML). I reira, kua riro i a ia te paraihe Adam Foundation.  Mō tana pukapuka tuatahi, ko Poūkahangatus (VUP, 2018), ka riro hoki te Jessie Mackay Award mō te wāhanga Best First Book of Poetry. Ka puta mai tana kohinga tuarua, ko Rangikura, hei te Pipiri, 2021. Twitter/IG/Tiktok @paniaofthekeef

 


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