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Patricia Grace


Works By:

Anthology
Essential New Zealand short stories. Auckland: Random House, 2009.
The New Zealand book of the beach 2. Auckland: David Ling Publishing, 2008.
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Biography
Ned & Katina: a true love story. North Shore, NZ, Penguin 2009.
"Blessed romance." Wellington, Listener 220.3622; October 10 (2009): 37.
North and South 285; Dec (2009): 94-95.
Tu mai: offering an indigenous New Zealand perspective 108; Nov/Dec (2009): 13-14.
"Warring with genres." Landfall 220; Spring (2010): 182-184.
"Love and war." New Zealand Books 20.1; Autumn (2010): 20.
Otago Daily Times October 17 (2009): 53.
Metro Auckland 337; Oct (2009): 115-117.
Dominion Post October 10 (2009): 18.
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Children’s Fiction
Maraea and the albatrosses. North Shore, NZ, Puffin 2008.
Tuna o le kapisivai ma tamaiti o Champion Street = Watercress tuna and the children of Champion Street. 1988.
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Essay
Influences on writing. In: Inside Out : Literature, Cultural Politics, and Identity in the New Pacific. Edited by Vilsoni Hereniko and Rob Wilson. Lanham, MD, Rowman & Littlefield 1999: 65-73.
"Nose in a book." New Zealand Books 4.11; Oct (2001): 3-3.
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Non Fiction
Earth, sea, sky : images and Maori proverbs from the natural world of Aotearoa New Zealand. Wellington: Huia Publishers, 2003.
Wahine Toa : Women of Maori Myth. Auckland: Collins, 1984.
Broadsheet 120; June (1984): 42-42.
Art New Zealand 31; (1984): 61-61.
Evening Post May 3 (1991): 7-7.
Dominion May 4 (1991): 7-7.
Dominion Sunday Times May 12 (1991): 22-22.
Listener 2671.129; June 3 (1991): 61-61.
North and South June (1991): 121-124.
The Press September 13 (2000): 38-38.
New Zealand Books 5.10; Dec (2000): 10-11.
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Novel
Baby No-eyes. Auckland: Penguin, 1998.
Evening Post September 18 (1998): 5-5.
Dominion September 19 (1998): 20-20.
Otago Daily Times October 24 (1998): 81-81.
New Zealand Herald H; October 24 (1998): 5-5.
Listener November 28 (1998): 40-40.
North and South 153; Dec (1998): 110-112.
The Press January 2 (1999): 20-20.
New Zealand Books 1.9; Mar (1999): 14-15.
Contemporary Pacific: a Journal of Island Affairs 2.12; Fall (2000): 554-556.
"Revealing what is within : Patricia Grace and the art of critical fiction in Baby No-eyes." University of Auckland, 2003.
"Maori or English? The politics of language in Patricia Graces Baby No-eyes. In: The Politics of English as a World Language : New Horizons in Postcolonial Cultural Studies. Edited by Christian Mair." Rodopi, Amsterdam, 2003: 419-429.
Cousins. Auckland: Penguin, 1992.
"Taki Toru : theme, myth and symbol in Patricia Graces Cousins." University of Auckland, 1993.
Evening Post July 31 (1992): 7-7.
Dominion Sunday Times August 2 (1992): 22-22.
Listener 2734.135; August 22 (1992): 45-47.
More 111; Sept (1992): 138-138.
Dominion August 8 (1992): 11-11.
New Zealand Herald 2; September 5 (1992): 6-6.
Listener 2736.135; September 5 (1992): 51-52.
Otago Daily Times September 12 (1992): 23-23.
Press Sup.; September 12 (1992): 10-10.
New & Notable 4.9; Nov (1992): 1-4, 7-7.
North and South Nov (1992): 118-120.
New Zealand Books 3.2; Dec (1992): 4-5.
Metro 140; Feb (1993): 128-130.
Printout 4; Feb (1993): 56-57.
World Literature Today 4.68; Autumn (1994): 891-891.
Dogside Story. Auckland: Penguin, 2001.
"Faith in writing." The Press Sup.; May 12 (2001): 21-21.
"Secrets and ties." Dominion Sup.; May 19 (2001): 11-11.
Sunday Star Times F; April 29 (2001): 2-2.
Evening Post May 11 (2001): 5-5.
Press Sup.; July 14 (2001): 24-24.
Dominion Sup.; May 19 (2001): 11-11.
New Zealand Herald E; May (2001): 6-6.
North and South 183; June (2001): 98-99.
Listener July 7 (2001): 60-60.
Otago Daily Times Sup.; August 25 (2001): 5-5.
New Zealand Books 4.11; Oct (2001): 4-5.
TLS (Times Literary Supplement) 5141; October 12 (2001): 21-21.
New Internationalist Nov (2001): 33-33.
Mutuwhenua: the Moon Sleeps. Auckland: Longman Paul, 1978.
Listener 2429.114; September 6 (1986): 86-86.
Metro 64.6; Oct (1986): 211-211.
Wellington City Magazine Nov (1986): 86-86.
Comment 5; Nov (1978): 32-34.
Landfall 32; Dec (1978): 372-375.
Listener 2040.91; February 10 (1979): 72-73.
English in New Zealand April (1979): 45-45.
NZ Bookworld 54; July (1979): 19-19.
World Literature Written in English 18; Nov (1979): 390-393.
Press Sup.; September 9 (1995): 10-10.
Potiki. Auckland: Viking, 1986.
"Amazing Grace : Patricia Graces Electric City and Potiki." CRNLE Reviews Journal 1; (1989): 72-76.
"Into the time of remembering : a study of Patricia Graces Potiki." University of Auckland, AA Directions (1989).
"Biblical archetypes in the novels, the bone people and Potiki." University of Otago, 1989.
"Bookmarks : Il mondo della luce." Listener 2592.125; November 6 (1989): 127-128.
"Graces Potiki, a case study." SPAN 36; (1993): 566-583.
Listener 2404.112; March 15 (1986): 31-31.
More 34; April (1986): 149-151.
North and South May (1986): 114-115.
Metro 59.6; May (1986): 166-166.
Wellington City Magazine June (1986): 71-71.
Tu Tangata 30; July (1986): 59-59.
Publishers Weekly 17.242; April 24 (1995): 68-68.
Broadsheet 141; Jul/Aug (1986): 44-44.
Publishers Weekly 230; August 29 (1986): 90-90.
Landfall 40; Dec (1986): 501-502.
Occupation 1.3; April (1995): 64-65.
Broadsheet 206; Winter (1995): 65-65.
Te Kuia me to pungawerewere. Auckland: Penguin in association with Kidsarus 2, 1981.
Little Treasures 8; Jul/Aug (1988): 56-57.
Te Tuna Watakirihi Me nga Tamariki o te Tiriti o Toa. Auckland: Puffin, 1985.
Listener 2432.114; September 27 (1986): 75-75.
The Kuia and the Spider. Wellington: Kidsarus 2, 1981.
Listener 2201.199; April 3 (1982): 86-86.
Broadsheet 103; Oct (1982): 45-45.
Spiral 5; (1982): 11-11.
Yearbook Childrens Literature Assoc (1982): 28-29.
Listener 2247.103; February 26 (1983): 92-92.
Tu. Auckland: Penguin, 2004.
Sunday Star Times C; October 24 (2004): 7-7.
Otago Daily Times Sup.; October 30 (2004): 6-6.
New Zealand Herald Sup.; October 30 (2004): 32-32.
Dominion Post E; November 6 (2004): 10-10.
Press D; November 6 (2004): 15-15.
Off the Record 12; (2005): 7-7.
North and South 224; Nov (2004): 105-108.
Metro 281; Nov (2004): 116-117.
Listener November 13 (2004): 42-42.
New Zealand Books 5.14; Dec (2004): 5-5.
Tuna o le kapisivai ma tamaiti o Champion Street. Auckland: Puffin, 1985.
New Settlers and Multicultural Education Issues 2.5; (1988): 67-68.
Watercress Tuna and the Children of Champion Street. Auckland: Puffin, 1985.
Listener 2432.114; September 27 (1986): 75-75.
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Short Story
"A way of talking." Landfall 102; June (1972): 152-156.
"Between earth and sky." Islands 1.3; Autumn (1974): 10-13.
"Busy lines." Mana: the Maori new magazine for all New Zealanders 73; Dec/Jan (2006): 90-92.
Collected Stories. Auckland, Penguin 1994.
Dominion December 24 (1994): 12-12.
New Zealand Herald 3; December 17 (1994): 6-6.
Press Sup.; February 18 (1995): 10-10.
Sunday Star Times D; January 1 (1995): 4-4.
Electric City and Other Stories. Boston, Penguin 1987.
"Amazing Grace : Patricia Graces Electric City and Potiki." CRNLE Reviews Journal 1; (1989): 72-76.
Untold 8; Spring (1987): 52-55.
Listener 2481.118; September 5 (1987): 63-63.
Dominion Sunday Times September 13 (1987): 29-29.
Metro 77.7; Nov (1987): 342-345.
Publishers Weekly 12.233; March 25 (1988): 60-60.
"Going for the bread." New Outlook Sept/Oct (1986): 52-54.
"Journey." Islands 1.6; Oct (1977): 54-64.
"Kahawai." Landfall 156; Dec (1985): 449-452.
"Mirrors." Islands 4.4; Summer (1975): 354-358.
Mutuwhenua : the moon sleeps, In: My Father and Me : New Zealand Women Remember. Auckland, Tandem Press 1992.
Small Holes in the Silence : short stories. Auckland, Penguin 2006.
Listener 3464.205; September 30 (2006): 42-42.
Dominion Post Sup.; September 30 (2006): 16-16.
Press D; October 28 (2006): 13-13.
North and South 249; Dec (2006): 112-113.
New Zealand Herald Sup.; September 30 (2006): 30-31.
Sunday Star Times C; November 5 (2006): 6-7.
Tau mai: offering an indigenous New Zealand perspective 81; Nov (2006): 5-5.
Herald on Sunday Sup..111; November 19 (2006): 18-19.
Otago Daily Times November 25 (2006): 53-53.
The Dream Sleepers and Other Stories. Auckland, Longman Paul 1980.
Broadsheet 85; Dec (1980): 37-38.
Listener 2142.97; February 7 (1981): 84-85.
NZ Bookworld 61; Feb (1981): 22-22.
Reviews Journal 1; (1981): 20-21.
Landfall 35; Sept (1981): 330-332.
Tu Tangata 2; Oct/Nov (1981): 38-39.
World Literature Written in English 21; Autumn (1982): 667-670.
Kunapipi 2.4; (1982): 159-160.
Wellington City Magazine Nov (1986): 86-87.
Publishers Weekly 231; April 10 (1987): 89-90.
New York Times Book Review 92; July 19 (1987): 20-20.
The Sky People. Auckland, Penguin 1994.
Evening Post February 26 (1994): 5-5.
New Zealand Books 4.3; Mar (1994): 3-4.
Press Sup.; March 5 (1994): 10-10.
Sunday Times March 6 (1994): 20-20.
New Zealand Herald 2; March 5 (1994): 6-6.
Sunday Star Times D; March 13 (1994): 6-6.
Dominion March 19 (1994): 22-22.
Otago Daily Times March 22 (1994): 22-22.
North and South May (1994): 124-126.
Metro 154; April (1994): 123-126.
Listener 2816.143; April (1994): 51-52.
Landfall 188; Spring (1994): 308-310.
Quote Unquote 11; May (1994): 37-38.
North and South May (1994): 124-126.
GP Weekly June (1994): 39-41.
NZ Doctor June 9 (1994): 49-49.
Broadsheet 202; Winter (1994): 54-55.
Two worlds. In: Growing Up Maori. Edited by Witi Ihimaera. Auckland, Tandem Press 1998.
Waiariki and Other Stories. Auckland, Longman Paul 1975.
Wellington City Magazine Nov (1986): 8-8.
Metro 64.6; Oct (1986): 211-211.
Listener 1873.80; October 25 (1975): 63-63.
NZ Bookworld 21; Feb (1976): 30-31.
Landfall 2.30; June (1976): 150-154.
Listener 2429.114; September 6 (1986): 86-86.
"Waimarie." Landfall 156; Dec (1985): 453-456.
Where's Waari?: a history of the Maori through the short story. Auckland, Reed 2000.
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Short Story Collection
A senior student guide to eight classic New Zealand short stories. Havelock North, BBA Educational Resources 1998.
Selected Stories. Auckland, Penguin 1991.
Dominion Sunday Times March 31 (1991): 22-22.
Evening Post April 5 (1991): 9-9.
Broadsheet 186; April (1991): 44-44.
North and South June (1991): 121-124.
InfoChoice 10; June (1991): 1-2.
The Press June 29 (1991): 27-27.
New & Notable 3.8; July (1991): 5-7.
Landfall 45; Sept (1991): 375-377.
New Zealand Books 3.1; Oct (1991): 6-6.
Seven New Zealand novellas. Auckland, Reed 2003.
Short stories from Australia and New Zealand. Berlin, Cornelsen 1995.
Small packages. Auckland, Longman 2000.
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Videorecording
Interview and three stories: Going for the Bread, Butterflies, The Lamp. Wellington, Ministry of Education, Learning Media 1990.
 

Works about:

Anthology
Pearson, Bill. Critical Essays on the New Zealand Short Story. Heinemann, Auckland, 1982.
Aotearoa Neuseeland. Edition Klaus Isele, Eggingen, 1994.
Morrissey, Michael. The Flamingo Anthology of New Zealand Short Stories. Flamingo, Auckland, 2000.
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Article
Woodhouse, S. "A family affair." Thursday June 19 (1975): 54-54.
McGill, David. "Unassuming Grace." Listener 1871.80; October 11 (1975): 21-21.
Guerin, L. "A teller of tales." Listener 2404.112; March 15 (1986): 20-21.
"Following intuition." New Zealand Woman's Weekly April 28 (1986): 22-22.
Gifkins, Michael. "Bookmarks : Cross pictures." Listener 2457.115; March 28 (1987): 67-67.
Gifkins, Michael. "Bookmarks : Winners and losers." Listener 117.2471; July 4 (1987): 50-50.
Hurley, Jane. "Another view of the world." Listener 2533.122; September 17 (1988): 7-7.
Anderson, Barbara. "Writers: the week that was." Listener 121.2515; May 7 (1988): 70-71.
"Author invested with medal." Dominion May 18 (1989): 3-3.
Gifkins, Michael. "Bookmarks : Il mondo della luce." Listener 2592.125; November 6 (1989): 127-128.
"Doctorates for writer, judge." Evening Post January 19 (1989): 4-4.
"Honours awarded to Capital trio." Evening Post May 18 (1989): 3-3.
Drinnan, John. "Filmmakers battle commercial bias." Dominion Sunday Times June 17 (1990): 20-20.
Swain, Pauline. "Patricia Grace film on TV." Dominion July 6 (1991): 8-8.
McLeod, Marion. "Different lives." Listener 2734.135; August 22 (1992): 45-47.
New Zealand Official Yearbook (1993): 244-244.
Nicol, Jane. "Outlook : New Zealand writers." Dominion March 9 (1993): 16-16.
Shakespear, Vivienne. "A not so Pacific story collection." Evening Post February 4 (1994): 5-5.
Sharp, Iain. "A feast of fiction." Sunday Star Times F; April 29 (2001): 2-2.
Shiels, Rosa. "Faith in writing." The Press Sup.; May 12 (2001): 21-21.
Hawkins, Barry. "Sea change." Evening Post October 27 (2001): 28-28.
Barnett, Nick. "Secrets and ties." Dominion Sup.; May 19 (2001): 11-11.
Nicol, Ruth. "A room of ones own." Dominion Post F; September 28 (2002): 8-8.
McCrystal, John. "Grace and favour." Dominion Post E; September 18 (2004): 10-10.
"Art icons." Mana: the Maori new magazine for all New Zealanders 65; Aug/Sept (2005): 74-74.
"Art icons of New Zealand announced." Otago Daily Times July 14 (2005): 25-27.
"Grace wins top prize." Press D; July 27 (2005): 1-1.
Winder, Virginia. "Graces people an amalgam of us all." Taranaki Daily News August 13 (2005): 19-19.
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Biography
Cross, Robert. Moments of invention: portraits of 21 New Zealand writers. Heinemann Reed, Auckland, 1988.
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Criticism
Simms, Norman. "A Maori literature in English : prose fiction / Patricia Grace.." Pacific Quarterly 3; April (1978): 186-199.
Nunns, Rachel. "Doing her job: Patricia Graces fiction." Islands 7; Aug (1979): 416-421.
Hughes, S. "Pakeha and Maori behind the tattooed face: the emergence of a Polynesian voice in New Zealand Fiction." Modern Fiction Studies 1.27; (1981): 13-29.
Kaa, Keri. "Waiariki and The Dream Sleepers." Spiral 5; (1982): 3-6.
Pearson, Bill. Witi Ihimaera and Patricia Grace. In: Critical Essays on the New Zealand Short Story. Heinemann, Auckland, 1982.
Watego, Cliff. "Cultural adaptation in the South Pacific novel." World Literature Written in English 2.23; Spring (1984): 488-496.
Beston, John B. "The fiction of Patricia Grace." Ariel 2.15; April (1984): 41-53.
Anderson, L. "Maoriness and the clash of cultures in Patricia Graces Mutuwhenua." World Literature Written in English 1.26; Spring (1986): 188-190.
James, T. "Lost our birthright forever? The Maori writers re-invention of New Zealand." Span 24; April (1987): 107-121.
McLeod, Aorewa. Private lives and public fictions. In: Public and Private Worlds : Women in Contemporary New Zealand. Edited by Shelagh Cox. Allen & Unwin/Port Nicholson Press, Wellington, 1987: 67-81.
Williams, Mark. "Surveys 1985-86 : Literary recession : New Zealand fiction, 1985 - mid 1986." JNZL: Journal of New Zealand Literature 5; (1987): 14-27.
O'Brien, Gregory. Patricia Grace. In: Moments of Invention : Portraits of 21 New Zealand Writers. Heinemann Reed, Auckland, 1988.
McCallum, J. "What the novelists see. The April report : report of the Royal Commission on Social Policy. Volume 3, part one: future directions, associated papers." Appendix to the Journals of the House of Representatives of New Zealand H. 2.; (1988): 425-447.
Webby, Elizabeth. "Amazing Grace : Patricia Graces Electric City and Potiki." CRNLE Reviews Journal 1; (1989): 72-76.
Beatson, Peter. The Healing Tongue : Themes in Contemporary Maori Literature. Sociology Department, Massey University, Palmerston North, 1989.
Roberts, Heather. Where did she come from? New Zealand women novelists 1862-1987. Allen & Unwin/Port Nicholson Press, Wellington, 1989.
Bardolph, J. "A way of talking; a way of seeing : the short stories of Patricia Grace." Commonwealth: essays and studies 2.12; Spring (1990): 29-39.
Sharrad, Paul. "Imagining the Pacific." Meanjin 4.49; Summer (1990): 597-606.
Lee, Jenny. Information for teachers of English : a bicultural perspective on short stories by Patricia Grace, Witi Ihimaera, Apirana Taylor. Kaiako Publications, Christchurch, 1990.
Lee, Jenny. Notes on Patricia Graces Potiki. Kaiako Publications, Christchurch, 1990.
McGaw, William. "Another foothold : exile and return in Patricia Graces Mutuwhenua." Australian and New Zealand Studies in Canada 6; Fall (1991): 103-111.
Prentice, Christine. "Storytelling in Alice Munros Lives of girls and women and Patricia Graces Potiki." Australian and New Zealand Studies in Canada 2.8; (1991): 27-40.
Morrow, P.D. Disappearance through integration : three Maori writers retaliate. In: Selected essays from the International Conference on Word and World of Discovery. Edited by Gerald Garmon. Dept of English, West Georgia College, Carrollton, GA, 1992.
Sinclair, Karen P. "Maori literature : protest and affirmation." Pacific Studies 4.15; Dec (1992): 283-309.
Fuchs, Miriam. "Graces Potiki, a case study." SPAN 36; (1993): 566-583.
Koster, Elizabeth. "Oral and literary patterns in the novels of Patricia Grace." Australian and New Zealand Studies in Canada 10; Dec (1993): 87-105.
McRae, Jane. "Patricia Grace and complete communication." Australian and New Zealand Studies in Canada 10; Dec (1993): 66-86.
Robinson, Roger. "The strands of life and self : the oral prose of Patricia Grace." CRNLE Reviews Journal 1; (1993): 13-27.
Dickinson, P. "Orality in literacy : listening to indigenous writing.." Canadian Journal of Native Studies 2.14; (1994): 319-340.
Wevers, Lydia. "Short fiction by Maori writers." Commonwealth: essays and studies 2.16; Spring (1994): 26-33.
Perrier, Jean-Louis. "Nouvelle Zelande porte Pacifique/New Zealand Pacific doorway." Antipodes 1; (1995): 38-42.
Leggott, Michele. Opening the Book: New Essays on New Zealand Writing. Auckland University Press, Auckland, 1995.
McRae, Jane. Patricia Grace and complete communication. In: Opening the Book: New Essays on New Zealand Writing. Auckland University Press, Auckland, 1995.
Markmann, Sigrid. On womens writing in Aotearoa/New Zealand : Patricia Grace, Keri Hulme, Cathie Dunsford. In: English Postcoloniality : Literatures From Around the World. Edited by Radhika Mohanram, Gita Rajan. Greenwood, Westport, CT, 1996.
Wheeler, Kathleen. A guide to twentieth-century women novelists. Blackwell, Oxford, 1997.
Delrez, Marc. The breath of life/stories : Patricia Graces Potiki. In: The Contact and the Culmination. L3: Liege Language and Literature, Liege, Belgium, 1997: 281-292.
Durix, Jean-Pierre. The modernity of Maori tradition : Patricia Graces Potiki. In: Union in Partition : Essays in Honour of Jeanne Delbaere. Edited by Gilbert Debusscher. L3: Liege Language and Literature, Liege, Belgium, 1997.
Ganner, Heidi. The role of literature from the English-speaking world in the EFL classroom : short prose fiction from the new English literatures. In: Teaching Post-Colonialism and Post-Colonial Literatures. Edited by Anne Collett et. al. Aarhus UP, Aarhus, 1997: 102-108.
Panny, Judith Dell. Turning the eye : Patricia Grace and the short story. Lincoln University Press and Daphne Brasell Associates Ltd, Lincoln and Wellington, 1997.
Panny, Judith Dell. The Culture Within : Essays on Ihimaera, Grace, Hulme, Tuwhare. Internation Pacific College New Zealand, Palmerston North, 1998.
Heim, Otto. Writing Along Broken Lines: violence and ethnicity in contemporary Maori fiction. Auckland University Press, Auckland, 1998.
DeLoughrey, Elizabeth. "Beginning from a centre." New Zealand Books 1.9; Mar (1999): 14-15.
Wattie, Nelson. "Subtle use of myth." New Zealand Books 1.9; Mar (1999): 14-15.
DeLoughrey, Elizabeth. "The spiral temporality in Patricia Graces Potiki." Ariel 1.30; Jan (1999): 59-83.
Williams, Mark. Mansfield in Maoriland ; biculturalism, agency and misreading. In: Modernism and Empire. Edited by Howard J. Booth and Nigel Rigby. Manchester UP, Manchester New York, 2000.
Chadwick, Allen. "Postcolonial theory and the discourse of treaties." American Quarterly 1.52; (2000): 59-89.
Tawake, Sandra. "Transforming the insider-outsider perspective : postcolonial fiction from the Pacific." Contemporary Pacific: a Journal of Island Affairs 1.12; Spring (2000): 155-175.
Wilson, Janet. Distance and the rediscovery of identity in recent New Zealand literature. In: Colonies, Missions, Cultures in the English Speaking World : General and Comparative Studies. Stauffenberg, Tubingen, 2001: 307-317.
Ronning, Anne Holden. Patricia Grace and Keri Hulme in the discourse of New Zealand cultural identity. In: Identities and Masks : Colonial and Postcolonial Studies. Edited by Jakob Lothe, Anne Holden Ronning, and Peter Young. Hoyskoleforlaget, Kristiansand, 2001: 109-124.
Mvuyekure, Pierre-Damian. Patricia Grace. In: Readers Companion to the Short Story in English. Edited by Erin Fallon et. al. Greenwood, for the Society for the Study of the Short Story, Westport, CT, 2001: 190-195.
Heim, Otto. Traditions of guardianship in Maori literature. In: Colonies, Missions, Cultures in the English Speaking World : General and Comparative Studies. Stauffenberg, Tubingen, 2001: 299-306.
Fresno-Calleja, Paloma. An apple for the teacher : un/official schools and ways of teaching in bicultural New Zealand. In: Culture and Power : Ac(unofficial)knowledging Cultural Studies in Spain. Edited by David Walton and Dagmar Scheu. P. Lang, Bern New York, 2002: 247-260.
Oettli, Simone. "Dogside Story." World Literature Today 3/4.76; Summer (2002): 90-91.
Keown, Michelle. "Sister Seen : art, mythology and the semiotic in Patricia Graces Baby No-eyes." New Literatures Review 38; Winter (2002): 87-100.
Fresno-Calleja, Paloma. "Imag(in)ing the nation through Maori eyes/Is." Revista Alicantina de Estudios Ingleses 16; Nov (2003): 73-91.
Keown, Michelle. Maori or English? The politics of language in Patricia Graces Baby No-eyes. In: The Politics of English as a World Language : New Horizons in Postcolonial Cultural Studies. Edited by Christian Mair. Rodopi, Amsterdam, 2003: 419-429.
Chadwick, Allen. Blood Narrative : Indigenous Identity in American Indian and Maori Literary and Activist Texts. Duke University Press, Durham, 2004.
Knudsen, Eva Rask. The Circle & the Spiral : A Study of Australian Aboriginal and New Zealand Maori Literature. Rodopi, Amsterdam, 2004.
Schwimmer, E. "The local and the universal : reflections on contemporary Maori literature in response to Blood Narrative by Chadwick Allen." Journal of the Polynesian Society 1.113; Mar (2004): 7-36.
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Dissertation
Batchelor, Julienne. "Into the time of remembering : a study of Patricia Graces Potiki." University of Auckland, AA Directions (1989).
Mehlsen, Anne Kirstine. Migrant and indegene : a comparison of the short fiction of Yvonne du Fresne and Patricia Grace. University of Aarhus, 2000.
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Essay
Orbell, Margaret. "Maori womens writing: an introductory survey." World Literature Written in English 17; (1978): 252-256.
Saker, Nicola. "Patricia Grace." Wellington City Magazine Oct (1986): 24-31.
Hollis, Ray. "Drama in story telling." English in Aotearoa 9; Sept (1989): 25-26.
Daley, Gail. "Patricia Grace." Australasian Public Libraries and Information Services 2.3; June (1990): 103-104.
Middleton, Stuart. "Ruia taitea - the world is where we are." English in Aotearoa 13; Nov (1990): 73-74.
Manchester, Judith. Patricia Grace in Liberating Learning : Women as Facilitators of Learning. J. Manchester A. ORourke, Wellington, 1993.
Goslyn, Annie. "Patricia Grace on politics and people." Broadsheet 202; Winter (1994): 54-55.
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Interview
Tausky, Thomas E. "Stories that show them who they are : an interview with Patricia Grace." Australian and New Zealand Studies in Canada 6; Autumn (1991): 90-102.
Neill, M. In the Same Room: Conversations with New Zealand Writers. Auckland University Press, Asheville, 1992.
McRae, Jane. "Patricia Grace." CRNLE Reviews Journal 1; (1993): 1-12.
Cox, Nigel. "Living in both worlds." Quote Unquote 12; June (1994): 9-9.
Hereniko, Vilsoni. "Dialogue : an interview with Patricia Grace." Contemporary Pacific: a Journal of Island Affairs 1.10; Spring (1998): 153-153.
Hewitson, Michele. "From a small idea." New Zealand Herald H; Sept (1998): 6-6.
Sarti, Antonella. Spiritcarvers: interviews with eighteen writers from New Zealand. Rodopi, Amsterdam, 1998.
Clark, Ann-Marie. "An interview with Patricia Grace." JAAM: just another art movement 12; Oct (1999): 45-48.
Wilson, Rob. Interview with Patricia Grace. In: Inside Out : Literature, Cultural Politics, and Identity in the New Pacific. Rowman & Littlefield, Lanham, MD, 1999: 75-83.
Keown, Michelle. "Interview with Patricia Grace." Kunapipi: Journal of Post Colonial Writing 2.22; (2000): 54-63.
Fresno-Calleja, Paloma. "An interview with Patricia Grace." Atlantis: Revista de la Asociacion Espanola de Estudios Anglo Norteamericanos 1.25; June (2003): 109-120.
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Letter
Stead, C.K. "Affirmative injustice." Listener 2512.120; April 16 (1988): 12-12.
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Non Fiction
King, Michael. Tihe mauri ora. Methuen, Wellington, 1978.
New, W.H. Dreams of speech and violence : the art of the short story in Canada and New Zealand. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 1987.
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Photographs
Manhire, Bill. New Zealand writers. Set 1 (picture). Dept of Education, Wellington, 1988.
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Short Story Collection
Manhire, Bill. Some other country: New Zealand's best short stories. Victoria University Press, Wellington, 2008.
Sewell, Bill. Essential New Zealand short stories. Random House, Auckland, 2009.
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Thesis
Low, Sarah. Bridges : the use of mythology in The bone people, Potiki and The matriarch. University of Otago, 1988.
Okonkwo, Nelson Chidi. The colonial experience and the Third World novel : an exo-cultural study of the novel in Africa, the West Indies and Polynesia. University of Auckland, 1988.
Raumati, Roimata Alison. Biblical archetypes in the novels, the bone people and Potiki. University of Otago, 1989.
Inkson, Gordon Kerr. Renewing a mythic environment : a study of selected novels by Vincent Eri, Patricia Grace, Witi Ihimaera, John Pule, Russell Soaba, and Albert Wendt. University of Auckland, 1993.
Bates, Courtney. Taki Toru : theme, myth and symbol in Patricia Graces Cousins. University of Auckland, 1993.
Keown, Michelle. Taku iwi, taku whenua, taku reo : the construction of Maori identity in the novels of Witi Ihimaera, Patricia Grace and Alan Duff. University of Waikato, 1996.
Dale, M. Claire. Socio-economic discourse : theory, fiction and fact in Aotearoa New Zealand since 1984. University of Auckland, 1998.
Taylor, Thomas Adam. Identity: four indigenous writers. University of Auckland, 2001.
Calvert, Julia Helen. Contextualising Maori writing : a study of prose fiction written in English by Witi Ihimaera, Patricia Grace, Keri Hulme and Alan Duff. University of Waikato, 2002.
Pistaachi, Ann Katherine. Revealing what is within : Patricia Grace and the art of critical fiction in Baby No-eyes. University of Auckland, 2003.
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Videorecording
Grace, Patricia. Interview and three stories: Going for the Bread, Butterflies, The Lamp. Ministry of Education, Learning Media, Wellington, 1990.
Ruia taetea : the world is where we are : a documentary on Patricia Grace. Ministry of Education, Learning Media, Wellington, 1990.
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