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Robert Sullivan


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Anthology
Auckland: the city in literature. Auckland: Exisle Publishing, 2003.
Mauri ola: contemporary Polynesian poems in English. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2010. (Note: Edited by Albert Wendt, Reina Whaitiri and Robert Sullivan)
New New Zealand poets in performance (+ 2 sound discs). Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2008.
Twenty contemporary New Zealand poets: an anthology. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2009.
Voice carried my family. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2005.
Whetu moana: contemporary Polynesian poetry in English. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2003.
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Article
"A brief introduction." AEN journal 1.2; Nov (2006): 9-13.
After the UN Rapporteur supported Maori customary rights. 2007.
"How I began to write - why I still do." He kupu tiori / Toi Maori Aotearoa - Maori Arts New Zealand 4; Oct (2000): 8-9.
"Ka mate, ka ora : I die, I live." Ka Mate Ka Ora 1; Dec (2005): 1-10.
"Robert Sullivan; From Star Waka; Double-hulled waka; Terms." JAAM: just another art movement 11; (1999): 7-13.
"The future of English teaching in Aotearoa." English in Aotearoa 51; (2003): 75-76.
"Waka rorohiko." AEN journal 2.1; April (2007): 5.
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Biography
A biography In: Growing Up Maori. Auckland, Tandem Press 1998.
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Criticism
Dominion Sunday Times July (1992): 20.
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Essay
"Future of English teaching in Aotearoa." English in Aotearoa 51; Dec (2003): 75-76.
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Exhibitions
Shade house / Maureen Lander in collaboration with poets Robert Sullivan & Briar Wood. Whangarei, Whangarei Art Museum 2004.
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Non Fiction
Literature and human rights. In: Towards a Transcultural Future: Literature and Human Rights in a Post-Colonial World. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2004.
"Maori electronic information : issues and resources." New Zealand Libraries 6.48; June (1996): 111-118.
"Nga taonga tuku iho kei roto I nga whare matauranga o Aotearoa : collection management in the field of traditional Maori knowledge." New Zealand Libraries 1.48; Mar (1995): 5-10.
Nga tohu whenua. In: Growing Up Maori. Auckland: Tandem Press, 1998.
Poetry In: Shade house. Whangarei: Whangarei Art Museum, 2004.
The English moko: exploring a spiral. In: Figuring the Pacific: Aotearoa & Pacific Cultural Studies. Christchurch: Canterbury University Press, 2005.
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Novel
Maui : Legends of the Outcast : a Graphic Novel. Auckland: Godwit, 1996.
New Zealand Herald G; (1996): 8.
Dominion (1996): 16.
Otago Daily Times (1997).
New & Notable 1.14; Mar (1997): 2-10.
Talespinner 3; May (1997): 29.
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Obituary
"Hone Tuwhare 1922-2008 : an extraordinary poet." Kunapipi 30.1; (2008): 8-17.
"Hone Tuwhare's aroha." Ka Mate Ka Ora 6; Sept (2008): 4-12.
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Other
"New name for new era: Te Tumu Herenga." Te Karere Maori 37.5; Feb (2000): 3.
Orpheus in Rarohenga. Wellington, Prometheus Books 2002.
Waka 46. In: Growing Up Maori. Auckland, Tandem Press 1998.
Weaving earth and sky : myths & legends of Aotearoa. Auckland, Random House 2002.
Work In: Without Reservation: Indigenous Erotica. Wellington, Huia Publishers 2003.
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Poetry
"A poetics of culture : others' and ours, separate and commingled." Landfall 211; (2006): 9-18.
"Ahi kaa - the house of Nga Puhi." Landfall 209; Autumn (2005): 130-131.
"Apollo's Temple; To a theme by Hone Taiapa." Ka Mate Ka Ora 6; Sept (2008): 174-175.
"Auckland Institute and Museum; Lost; Voice carried my family, their names & stories." JAAM: just another art movement 8; Nov (1997): 9-11.
Biographical data. 33; 2006: 81.
Captain Cook in the Underworld. Auckland, Auckland University Press 2002.
Glottis 9; (2003): 154-155.
Otago Daily Times B; (2003): 8.
New Zealand Herald G; (2003): 7.
Dominion Post F; (2003): 9.
JAAM: just another art movement 19; May (2003): 253-258.
English in Aotearoa 49; June (2003): 79-80.
British Review of New Zealand Studies 14; (2004): 183-185.
Captain Cook in the underworld. Auckland, Auckland University Press 2003.
Cassino, city of martyrs = Citta martire. Wellington, Huia Publishers 2010.
New Zealand Herald March 3 (2011): 23-24.
"Chippewa band of Nawash First Nation, Cape Croker Reservation, Georgian Bay, Canada.." JAAM: just another art movement 18; Oct (2002): 88-89.
"Conundrum." Listener (1999): 47.
Jazz Waiata. Auckland, Auckland University Press 1990.
Evening Post (1990): 9.
New Zealand Herald 2; (1990): 6.
Dominion (1990): 9.
InfoChoice 8; Mar (1991): 7.
New Zealand Books 1.1; April (1991): 11-12.
Landfall 3.45; Sept (1991): 363-384.
Stamp 31; May (1992): 10.
"Let’s karanga the whole thing off." Listener 200.3414; October 15 (2005): 42.
"Lost." Listener (1999): 45.
"Love Song for Michael King." Turbine 6; December 15 (2006).
"Maui's alternative prayer." Landfall 218; (2009): 6.
"Negative capabilities; After the UN rapporteur supported Ma&772;ori customary rights; Poetics tunnel." JAAM: just another art movement 24; (2006): 92-94.
Piki Ake : Poems 1990-92. Auckland, Auckland University Press 1993.
Sunday Times (1993): 22.
Evening Post (1993): 5.
New & Notable 3.10; July (1993): 17-18.
New Zealand Books 1.3; Winter (1993): 10.
"Pikitanga." JAAM: just another art movement 21; Mar (2004): 186-187.
"Poems : Fern poem 1; Fern poem 2; Fern poem 3; Fern poem 4." Trout 12; (2004).
"Poetry In: Meanjin." Meanjin 4.53; (1994).
Robert Sullivan; Ahi Ka&772; - the house of Nga&772; Puhi. 2005.
Shout ha! to the sky. London, Salt Pub. 2010.
Star Waka. Auckland, Auckland University Press 1999.
New Zealand Herald J; (1999): 6.
Te Karere Maori 118.4; Aug (1999): 7.
Evening Post (1999): 7.
Listener (1999): 46-47.
Landfall 198; Spring (1999): 324-326.
New Zealand Books 4.9; Oct (1999): 11.
JAAM: just another art movement 14; Oct (2000): 114-117.
"Suite of poems addressed to Prime Minister Helen Clark." Landfall 212; Spring (2006): 86-89.
"Te wai-orea." Ora nui: Maori Literary Journal 1; (2012): 102-103.
"The winding stair." Poetry NZ 34; Mar (2006): 88.
"Varua tupu." Contemporary Pacific: a Journal of Island Affairs 22.2; Fall (2010): 283-284.
Voice Carried My Family. Auckland, Auckland University Press 2005.
Dominion Post E; (2005): 13.
Listener (2005): 43-45.
Bravado 5; Nov (2005): 48-54.
New Zealand Books 5.15; Dec (2005): 17-18.
Takahe 57; Autumn/Winter (2006): 54-55.
"Waiata XVI; Waiata XXIV." Landfall 217; Autumn (2009): 88-89.
Whetu Moana: contemporary Polynesian poetry in English. Auckland, Auckland University Press 2003.
Glottis 9; (2003): 147-150.
Otago Daily Times B; (2003): 5.
Listener (2003): 52.
Dominion Post F; (2003): 13.
JAAM: just another art movement 20; Oct (2003): 186-197.
New Zealand Books 4.13; Oct (2003): 9-10.
British Review of New Zealand Studies 14; (2004): 155-157.
Tu mai: offering an indigenous New Zealand perspective 57; Sept (2004): 12-34.
World Literature Today 3/4.78; Sept/Dec (2004): 89-90.
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Short Story
"Kiwi esplanade." Landfall 1.41; Mar (1987): 23-27.
Weaving Earth and Sky: myths & legends of Aotearoa. Auckland, Random House 2002.
Magpies: talking about books for children 1.Sup, 18; Mar (2003): 7-8.
New Zealand Herald B; (2003): 6.
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Sound Recording
Seeing Voices: New Zealand poets reading. Auckland, Auckland University Press 1999.
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Thesis
Savaiki regained: Alistair Te Ariki Campbell’s poetics. Auckland, University of Auckland 2006.
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Videorecording
Parihaka: the art of passive resistance. Wellington, Morrison Music Trust 2000.
 

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Article
McNeish, James. "Paper exodus sends our literary heritage abroad." Archifacts April (1991): 77-91.
Yeats, Jodi. "Jazz waiata." Stamp 31; May (1992): 10.
Mannion, Robert. "With his heart on his sleeve." Dominion Sunday Times (1992): 18.
Morrison, Robin. "Literary landscapes." Metro 141; Mar (1993): 100-108.
Sharrad, Paul. "Homeland, Special focus: New writing from New Zealand." Contemporary Pacific: a Journal of Island Affairs 2.10; Fall (1998): 488-490.
Hotere, Andrea. "Star waka to heaven." New Zealand Education Review 8.3; (1998): 16.
Sullivan, Robert. "How I began to write - why I still do." He kupu tiori / Toi Maori Aotearoa - Maori Arts New Zealand 4; Oct (2000): 8-9.
Charman, Janet. "Congratulations Robert Sullivan!." Library life 278; May (2003): 14.
Sharp, Iain. "In heaven and on earth." Sunday Star Times Sup; (2003): 38-39.
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Criticism
Hulse, Michael. "When God died: six contemporary New Zealand poets." Sport 8; Autumn (1992): 131-138.
Riemenschneider, Dieter. "Contemporary Maori cutlural practice - from biculturalism towards a glocal culture." Journal of New Zealand Literature 18-19; (2001): 139-160.
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Interview
Matthews, Philip. "Gripping yarns." Listener (1996).
Earl, Vicki. "Gone fishing." Quote Unquote 42; Dec/Jan (1997): 6.
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