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Keri Hulme


Works By:

Anthology
Contemporary New Zealand poets in performance (+ 2 sound discs). Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2007.
Essential New Zealand short stories. Auckland: Random House, 2009.
What I believe: the personal philosophies of twenty-two New Zealanders. Wellington: GP Publications, 1993.
Whetu moana: contemporary Polynesian poetry in English. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2003.
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Article
"bait!." New Zealand Geographic 17; Jan-Mar (1993): 50-68.
"Books : Turning heads." Listener 2525.121; July 23 (1988): 53-54.
"Great escape reading." Evening Post December 24 (1992): 9-9.
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Criticism
"An innocents look at New Zealand women writers." Womens Studies Journal 2.2; Aug (1986): 2-13.
Mauri : an introduction to bi-cultural poetry in New Zealand. In: Only Connect : literary perspectives East and West. Eds. Guy Amirthanayagam and S.C. Harrex. Adelaide & Honolulu, Centre for Research in the New Literatures in English 1981.
Myth, omen, ghost and dream (more than you ever wanted to know about Maori spirituality and religion. In: Poetry of the Pacific region : proceedings of the CRNLE/SPACLALS Conference. Adelaide, Centre for Research in the New Literatures in English 1984.
New Zealand Books. 3.2; Dec 1992: 4.
"Reconsidering the bone people." Australian and New Zealand Studies in Canada 12; Dec (1994): 135-154.
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Essay
Hooks and feelers. In Oh to be a writer, a real writer: winners of the Katherine Mansfield Short Story Award, 1959-1999. Wellington, Victoria University Press 1999.
"Moeraki conversations 2." Occupation: journal of the Otago Polytechnic Department of Occupational Therapy 1.3; April (1995): 23-23.
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Non Fiction
Hokitika Handmade. Hokitika: Hokitika Craft Gallery Co-operative, 1999.
Homeplaces : Three Coasts of the South Island. Auckland: Hodder and Stoughton, 1989.
Dominion Sunday Times October 22 (1989): 19-19.
New Zealand Herald 2; October 28 (1989): 6-6.
Metro 102.9; Dec (1989): 190-194.
Listener 2596.125; December 4 (1989): 127-127.
Art New Zealand 1989/90.53; Summer (1990): 101-103.
New Zealand Environment 1989/90.63; Summer (1990): 15-16.
NZ Home and Building Apr/May (1990): 165-165.
Okarito and Moeraki. In: Te Whenua, te Iwi = The Land and the People. Wellington: Allen & Unwin/Port Nicholson Press in association with the Stout Research Centre for the Study of New Zealand Society, History and Culture, 1987.
Accent 1.3; Feb (1988): 35-36.
Listener 2507.120; March 12 (1988): 53-54.
New Zealand Journal of History 1.23; April (1989): 98-99.
Landfall 2.42; June (1988): 223-224.
Archifacts 3; Sept (1988): 24-24.
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Novel
The bone people. Wellington: Spiral, 1983.
"Frae ghosties an ghoulies deliver us: Keri Hulme's The bone people and the bicultural gothic." Journal of New Zealand Literature 27; (2009): 111-130.
"Biblical archetypes in the novels, the bone people and Potiki." University of Otago, 1989.
Craccum April 17 (1984): 18-19.
Tu Tangata 17; Apr/May (1984): 20-21.
Listener 2309.107; May 12 (1984): 60-60.
New Outlook 11; Jul/Aug (1984): 41-41.
Untold 2; Spring (1984): 44-49.
Republican 52; Nov (1984): 4-7.
Metro 49; July (1985): 102-102.
Ariel 4.16; Oct (1985): 101-108.
Tu Tangata 26; Oct/Nov (1985): 32-33.
Library Journal 110; November 1 (1985): 110-110.
New York Times Book Review 90; November 17 (1985): 11-11.
Landfall 39; Dec (1985): 413-428.
Ms Magazine 14; Dec (1985): 14-14.
Southerly 3; (1986): 293-302.
New York Review of Books 33; February 27 (1986): 16-16.
Commonwealth 113; March 28 (1986): 186-189.
America 154; May 17 (1986): 417-418.
New York Times Book Review 91; October 26 (1986): 54-54.
New York Times Book Review December 7 (1986): 82-82.
Observer July 21 (1985): 22-22.
Publishers Weekly 228; September 13 (1985): 124-124.
TLS (Times Literary Supplement) October 25 (1985): 1202-1202.
Economist 296; October 26 (1985): 107-108.
New York Times 135; November 13 (1985): 23-23.
Punch 289; November 13 (1985): 81-81.
London Review of Books 7; November 21 (1985): 16-16.
Observer December 1 (1985): 17-17.
New Statesman 110; December 20 (1985): 61-61.
Virginia Quarterly Review 62; Summer (1986): 91-91.
New Yorker 61; February 3 (1986): 105-105.
Sewanee Review 94; April (1986): R45-R45.
Observer June 29 (1986): 23-23.
Observer July 20 (1986): 23-23.
World Literature Today 60; Spring (1986): 363-363.
Encounter 68; May (1987): 45-45.
Southern Review 23; Winter (1987): 232-232.
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Poetry
Coast Voices. Greymouth, Walden Books 1979.
"Keri Hulme." Broadsheet 110; June (1983): 33-36.
"Lines & time marks are less than lifetides." Sunday Star Times Sup.; Jan (2000): 20-21.
Lost Possessions. Wellington, Victoria University Press 1985.
Untold 4; Spring (1985): 60-60.
New Outlook 19; Nov/Dec (1985): 62-62.
PSA Journal 11.72; Dec (1985): 13-13.
Metro 54.5; Dec (1985): 226-226.
Wellington City Magazine April (1986): 74-75.
Listener 2415.113; May 31 (1986): 35-35.
"Paua shell gods." Landfall 148; Dec (1983): 414-418.
Silences Between (Moeraki Conversations). Auckland, Auckland University Press : Oxford University Press 1982.
Listener 2224.102; September 11 (1982): 110-110.
Landfall 37; June (1983): 209-213.
Reviews Journal 1; July (1983): 21-23.
Journal of the Polynesian Society 97; June (1983): 245-257.
Strands. Auckland, Auckland University Press 1992.
Evening Post March 13 (1992): 5-5.
Dominion March 28 (1992): 11-11.
Stamp 31; May (1992): 30-30.
Otago Daily Times May 30 (1992): 18-18.
Listener 2722.134; June (1992): 52-54.
Landfall 46; Sept (1992): 369-372.
Span Nov 1992/May 1993.34/35; (1993): 363-366.
New Zealand Books 1.3; Winter (1993): 8-8.
World Literature Today 2.67; Spring (1993): 452-452.
British Review of New Zealand Studies 6; Nov (1993): 139-140.
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Short Story
"Floating words." Landfall 194; Spring (1997): 243-252.
"Hinekaro goes on a picnic and blows up another obelisk." Vital Writing 1991/92.3; (1992): 14-21.
"Incubation." Mana: the Maori new magazine for all New Zealanders 60; Oct/Nov (2004): 92-94.
"Kaibutsu-San." Landfall 156; Dec (1985): 458-464.
"One whale singing." Broadsheet 39; May (1976): 20-25.
Planetesimal. In: Wild Women : Contemporary Short Stories by Women Celebrating Women. Edited by Sue Thomas. London, Vintage 1994.
"Some foods you should try not to encounter." Sport 8; Autumn (1992): 139-142.
"Sometimes I dream Im driving." Sport 15; Oct (1995): 38-43.
Stonefish. Wellington, Huia Publishers 2004.
New Zealand Herald Sup.; October 16 (2004): 49-49.
Dominion Post E; September 18 (2004): 10-11.
Press D; October 30 (2004): 15-15.
Otago Daily Times Sup.; December 11 (2004): 5-5.
Te Karaka: the Ngai Tahu magazine 26; Autumn (2005): 40-40.
Sunday Star Times C; September 26 (2004): 8-8.
Listener October 30 (2004): 40-40.
Tu mai: offering an indigenous New Zealand perspective Dec 2004/Jan 2005.60; Dec/Jan (2005): 31-31.
New Zealand Books 1.15; Mar (2005): 7-8.
"Te rua haeroa o te tokotoru." Ms Magazine 4.2; Jan/Feb (1992): 78-79.
"The pluperfect pa-wa." Sport 1; Spring (1988): 9-13.
The Windeater = Te Kaihau. Wellington, Victoria University Press 1986.
Listener 2415.113; May 31 (1986): 35-35.
Broadsheet 140; June (1986): 44-45.
North and South July (1986): 113-113.
PSA Journal 7.73; July (1986): 16-16.
Publishers Weekly 230; October 31 (1986): 57-57.
World Literature Today 61; Summer (1987): 494-494.
TLS (Times Literary Supplement) March 6 (1987): 245-245.
Listener London 117; March 19 (1987): 26-26.
Belles Lettres 3; July (1988): 6-6.
New York Times Book Review 92; March 8 (1987): 20-20.
New Statesman 113; April 3 (1987): 28-28.
Library Journal 112; June (1987): 89-89.
Landfall 2.41; June (1987): 219-222.
New Zealand Herald 2; September 19 (1992): 6-6.
"What has Ve got to say for Verself?." Broadsheet 41; July (1976): 18-19.
Where's Waari?: a history of the Maori through the short story. Auckland, Reed 2000.
 

Works about:

Anthology
Aotearoa Neuseeland. Edition Klaus Isele, Eggingen, 1994.
Jones, Lawrence. Nurse to the imagination: 50 years of the Robbie Burns Fellowship. University of Otago Press, Dunedin, 2008.
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Article
"Irihapeti Ramsden : something for my grandchildren to hold." Broadsheet 212; Summer (1966): 58-58.
Ramsey, Nancy. "A prizewinner explains why 8 walls are better than 4." New York Times Book Review 90; December 1 (1985): 37-37.
"A rich year for literature." New Zealand Review Dec (1985): 6-8.
Barson, Michael. "Booker upset stuns New Zealander." Publishers Weekly 228; November 15 (1985): 19-19.
Romanos, M. "Kerewin, Simon and Joseph take on the world." Tu Tangata 26; Oct/Nov (1985): 32-33.
Stead, C.K. "Keri Hulmes The bone people and the Pegasus Award for Maori literature." Ariel 4.16; Oct (1985): 101-108.
Wichtel, Diana. "Taking off." Listener 2387.111; November 16 (1985): 20-22.
Tolerton, Jane. "The book that nearly died." New Zealand Woman's Weekly July 29 (1985): 16-17.
King, Michael. "Womens work." Metro 54.5; Dec (1985): 226-228.
Smither, Elizabeth. "A small quiet cell." Listener 2525.121; July 23 (1988): 38-39.
Gifkins, Michael. "Bookmarks : Moral landscape." Listener 2562.123; April 15 (1989): 65-65.
Dickinson, S. "Home places." Pacific Way 23; Nov (1989): 41-41.
Thompson, Alastair. "Hulmes win helps pay tax." Dominion October 31 (1990): 3-3.
Dudding, Robin. "Living elsewhere...." Listener 2641.128; October 29 (1990): 113-113.
Johnston, Andrew. "Writers debate Rushdie affair." Dominion March 15 (1990): 13-13.
Coates, Ken. "Bowed, but not broken." Press Sup.; August 8 (1992): 1-1.
Shakespear, Vivienne. "A not so Pacific story collection." Evening Post February 4 (1994): 5-5.
"Ramsdens life and work to be recorded on film." Kai Tiaki: nursing New Zealand 11.2; Dec/Jan (1997): 8-8.
Little, Paul. "Writing isn't my life." Listener August 15 (1998): 22-24.
Dunbar, Anna. "Settling scores." The Press February 16 (2000): 34-34.
Welham, Keri. "Bait expectations." Press D; March 27 (2004): 1-4.
Knight, Kim. "Power of three." Sunday Star Times Sup.; February 15 (2004): 14-16.
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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
During, Simon. "Postmodernism or postcolonialism." Landfall 39.155; (1985): 366-380.
Jones, Lawrence. "Reflections on a bumper year in fiction." JNZL: Journal of New Zealand Literature 3; (1985): 17-34.
Maxwell, Anne. "Speaking bones: The Bone People: Keri Hulme." And 4; Oct (1985): 48-56.
Dale, Judith. "The Bone People: (Not) having it both ways." Landfall 4.39; Dec (1985): 413-430.
Levy, Bronwen Ann. "Women experiment down under: reading the difference." Kunapipi 2/3.7; (1985): 169-186.
Dale, Judith. Connections and disconnections in The Bone People. In: Womens Studies Association Conference Papers. Edited by C. Philipson and H. Raskin. Women’s Studies Association N.Z., Auckland, 1986.
Gaffney, C. "Making the net whole: design in Keri Hulmes The Bone People." Southerly Sept (1986): 293-302.
Prentice, Christine. "Rewriting their stories, renaming themselves: Postcolonialism and Feminism in the fictions of Keri Hulme and Audrey Thomas." Span 23; Sept (1986): 68-80.
Jones, Lawrence. Barbed wire & mirrors : essays on New Zealand prose. University of Otago Press, Dunedin, 1987.
Chan, Stephen. "Fast food, paranoia and politics : the New Zealand novel in 1986." Kunapipi 3.9; (1987): 110-120.
Barrie, Lita. "Further towards a deconstruction of phallic univocality : deferrals." AGMANZ Journal 4.17; Summer (1987).
Hutchings, Patrick. "Heather Busch : the underside of surfaces." Landfall 1.4; Mar (1987): 40-42.
James, T. "Lost our birthright forever? The Maori writers re-invention of New Zealand." Span 24; April (1987): 107-121.
Cox, Shelagh Duckham. Public and private worlds: women in contemporary New Zealand. Allen & Unwin/Port Nicholson Press, Wellington, 1987: 67-81.
Maxwell, Anne. "Reading The Bone People: towards a literary postcolonial nationalist discourse." Antic 3; Nov (1987): 23-45.
Stead, C.K. Answering to the Language : essays on modern writers. Auckland University Press, Auckland, 1989.
Huggan, G. "Opting out of the (critical) Common Market: creolization and the post-colonial text." Kunapipi 1.11; (1989): 27-40.
Ash, Susan. "the bone people after Te Kaihau." World Literature Written in English 1.29; Spring (1989): 123-125.
Dever, M. "Violence as lingua franca: Keri Hulmes the Bone People." World Literature Written in English 2.29; Autumn (1989): 23-25.
Fee, M. "Why C.K. Stead didn't like Keri Hulmes the bone people : who can write as Other?." Australian and New Zealand Studies in Canada 1; Spring (1989): 11-32.
Huggan, G. "Philomelas retold story : silence, music and the post-colonial text." Journal of Commonwealth Literature 1.25; (1990): 12-23.
O'Brien, Susie. "Raising silent voices : the role of the silent child in An imaginery life and the bone people." Span 30; April (1990): 79-91.
Talmor, S. "A kiwi tale of love and violence." Durham University journal 1.52; Jan (1991): 93-98.
Harlow, Ray. Aspects of contemporary Maori writing in English ; essays arising from University of Waikato Winter Lecture Series of 1990. In: Dirty silence : aspects of language and literature in New Zealand. Oxford University Press, Auckland, 1991.
Fee, M. Inventing new ancestors for Aotearoa. In: International literature in English Edited by Robert L. Ross. Garland, London, 1991.
Morrow, P.D. Disappearance through integration : three Maori writers retaliate. In: Selected Essays from the International Conference on Word and World of Discovery. Dept of English, West Georgia College, Carrollton, GA, 1992.
Heim, Otto. "Hu(l)man medi(t)ations : inter-cultural explorations in Keri Hulmes The windeater/Te Kaihau." Australian and New Zealand Studies in Canada 8; (1992): 106-135.
Benediktsson, T.E. "The reawakening of the Gods : realism and the supernatural in Silko and Hulme." Critique: studies in contemporary fiction 2.33; Winter (1992): 121-131.
Harding, Bruce. "Wrestling with Caliban : patterns of bi-racial encounter in Colour scheme and Once were warriors." Australian and New Zealand Studies in Canada 8; Dec (1992): 136-155.
Hamelin, Christine. "Fitted to his own web of music : art as renaming in the bone people." Australian and New Zealand Studies in Canada 10; (1993): 106-120.
Prentice, Chris. "Grounding postcolonial fictions : cultural constituencies, cultural credentials and uncanny questions of authority." SPAN 36; (1993): 100-112.
Covi, Giovanna. Keri Hulmes the Bone People : a critique of gender. In: Imagination and the Creative Impulse in the New Literatures in English Edited by M.T. Bindella, G.V. Davis. Rodopi, Amsterdam, 1993.
Henke, Suzette. Keri Hulmes the bone people and Te Kaihau : postmodern heteroglossia and pre-textual play. In: New Zealand Literature Today. Indian Society for Commonwealth Studies, New Delhi, 1993.
Edmond, Rod. "No country for Towers : reconsidering the bone people." Landfall 186.12 n.s.; Spring (1993): 277-290.
Le Cam, G.G. "The quest for archetypal self-truth in Keri Hulmes the bone people : towards a western re-definition of Maori culture?." Commonwealth: essays and studies 2.15; Spring (1993): 66-79.
Flockemann, M. "Toni Morrisons Beloved and other unspeakable texts from different margins by Keri Hulme and Lindiwe Mabuza." Pretoria, Journal of Literary Studies 2.9; June (1993): 139-155.
Lomax, Marion. "Gendered writing and the writers stylistic identity." Essays and Studies 47; (1994): 1-19.
Clark, Margaret. "The politics of literature." British Review of New Zealand Studies 7; Dec (1994): 85-92.
Hughes, M.A. "Trangressing boundaries." Span 39; Oct (1994): 56-68.
Wilentz, Gay. "Instruments of change : healing cultural dis-ease in Keri Hulmes the bone people." Literature and Medicine 1.14; Spring (1995): 127-45.
Smith, Anna. Keri Hulme and loves wounded beings. In: Opening the book : new essays on New Zealand writing. Auckland University Press, Auckland, 1995.
Holm, Antoinette. "Of indeterminate sex : escaping androgyny in Keri Hulmes the bone people." New Literatures Review 30; Winter (1995): 83-96.
Leggott, Michele. Opening the Book: New Essays on New Zealand Writing. Auckland University Press, Auckland, 1995.
Fee, M. Who can write as other? In: The Post-Colonial Studies Reader. Edited by Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths. Routledge, London, 1995.
Buckman, Jacqueline. "Challenging the conventions of the Kustlerroman : Keri Hulmes the bone people." World Literature Written in English 2.35; (1996): 49-63.
Dunbar, Pamela. Conflict and continuity : the family as emblem of the postcolonial society. In: Nationalism vs. internationalism : (inter)national dimensions of literatures in English. Edited by Zach Wolfgang and Ken L. Goodwin. Stauffenberg, Tubingen, 1996: 103-108.
Brown, Ruth. "Contextualising Maori writing." New Zealand Books 2.6; June (1996): 14-15.
Zimmerman, Anne. Godwits and cuckoos : (Dis)guises of the cultural self in the work of Robyn Hyde and Keri Hulme. In: Nationalism vs. internationalism : (inter)national dimensions of literatures in English. Edited by Zach Wolfgang and Ken L. Goodwin. Stauffenberg, Tubingen, 1996: 541-547.
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. Blackwell, Oxford, 1997: 293-294.
Nabholz, Anne Catherine. "Animals in Keri Hulmes Tekaihau/The Windeater : reflections on biocentric egalitarianism." Commonwealth: essays and studies 2.20; Spring (1998): 40-53.
Wilson, Janet. Intertextual strategies : reinventing the myths of Aotearoa in contemporary New Zealand fiction. In: Across the lines : intertextuality and transcultural communication in the new literatures in English. Edited by Wolfgang Kloos. Rodopi, Amsterdam, 1998: 271-290.
Panny, Judith Dell. The Culture Within : Essays on Ihimaera, Grace, Hulme, Tuwhare. Internation Pacific College New Zealand, Palmerston North, 1998.
Skinner, John. The Stepmother Tongue: an introduction to new Anglophone fiction. St Martins Press, New York, 1998.
Heim, Otto. Writing Along Broken Lines: violence and ethnicity in contemporary Maori fiction. Auckland University Press, Auckland, 1998.
Quayson, Ato. Looking awry : tropes of disability in post-colonial writing. In: An introduction to contemporary fiction : international writing in English since 1970. Edited by Rod Mengham. Polity, Cambridge, 1999: 53-68.
Armstrong, Philip. "Good-eating : ethics and biculturalism in reading The Bone People." Ariel: a review of international English literature 2.32; April (2001): 7-27.
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.
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.
Stead, C.K. Kin of Place. Auckland University Press, Auckland, 2002.
Wilson, Janet. Teaching the New Zealand novel : prose-poetry and the ideology of the Third Way : essays in honour of Dieter Riemenschneider. In: Crabtrack : progress and process in teaching the new literatures in English. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2002: 305-320.
Wilson, Janet. The abject and sublime: enabling conditions of New Zealands postcolonial identity. In Postcolonial Cultures and Literatures. Edited by Andrew Benjamin, Tony Davies and Robbie Goh. Lang, New York, 2002.
Fox, Steven D. "Keri Hulmes The Bone People : the problem of beneficial child abuse." Journal of Evolutionary Psychology 1-2.24; Mar (2003): 40-54.
Fox, Steven D. "Barbara Kingsolver and Keri Hulme : disability, family, and culture." Critique: studies in contemporary fiction 4.45; (2004): 405-420.
Cozma, Codrina. "Joe Gillayley : a model of cultural hybridity in Keri Hulmes novel The Bone People." Journal of Maori and Pacific Development : He puna kaorero 1.5; Feb (2004): 69-81.
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Drama
Battye, Susan. Whisky and whitebait : a portrait of Keri Hulme. Theatre Corporate, Auckland, 1986.
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Essay
Smith, Shona. "Keri Hulme : breaking ground." Untold 2; (1984): 44-49.
Webby, Elizabeth. "Keri Hulme spiralling to success." Meanjin 1.44; (1985): 15-23.
McCool, Paula. the bone people : the sense of a national past.... University of Auckland, 1989.
O'Meagher, Steven. "Close to the bone." Sunday Magazine September 23 (1990): 10-17.
Roger, Warwick. "The long silence of Keri Hulme." North and South 149; Aug (1998): 64-71.
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Interview
Long, Don. "A conversation with Keri Hulme, writer." Tu Tangata 7; Aug/Sept (1982): 2-5.
Hall, Sandi. "Conversation at Okarito." Broadsheet 121; Jul/Aug (1984): 16-21.
Smith, Shona. "Constructing the author." Untold 4; Spring (1985): 26-34.
Ricketts, Harry. Keri Hulme. In: Talking About Ourselves: twelve New Zealand poets in conversation with Harry Ricketts. Mallinson Rendel, Wellington, 1986.
Charman, Janet. "Keri Hulme." Broadsheet 173; Nov (1989): 14-16.
Peek, A. "An interview with Keri Hulme." Wollongong, New Literatures Review 20; Winter (1990): 1-11.
Edmond, Murray. In the Same Room: Conversations with New Zealand Writers. Auckland University Press, Asheville, 1992.
Bryson, John. "Keri Hulme in conversation with John Bryson." Antipodes 2.8; Dec (1994): 131-135.
Johnston, Andrew. "Of death and fishing." Evening Post November 5 (1994): 13-13.
Held, Denis. Interview with Keri Hulme. In: Secrets. Edited by Linny Stovall. Blue Heron, Hillsboro, 1997.
Moir, Michelle. Keri Hulme. In: New Zealand Country Women. Tandem Press, North Shore City, 1997.
Bartlett, Rima Alicia. "The wonder of words winds through all worlds : Keri Hulme talks to Rima Alicia Bartlett." Wasafiri 25; Spring (1997): 83-85.
Sarti, Antonella. Spiritcarvers: interviews with eighteen writers from New Zealand. Rodopi, Amsterdam, 1998.
Bartlett, Rima Alicia. Keri Hulme. In: Writing across Worlds : Contemporary Writers Talk. Edited by Susheila Nasta. Routledge, London, 2004: 207-215.
Braunias, Steve. "The sensualist." Listener October 30 (2004): 35-37.
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Non Fiction
Kedgley, Sue. Our Own Country: leading New Zealand women writers talk about their writing and their lives. Penguin, Auckland, 1989.
Williams, Mark. Keri Hulme and negative capability. In his Leaving the Highway: six contemporary New Zealand novelists. Auckland University Press, Auckland, 1990.
"Keri Hulme." New Zealand Official Yearbook (1993): 245-245.
Tagg, Sally. On top down under: photographs of unique New Zealanders. HarperCollins, Auckland, 1998.
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Photographs
New Zealand writers. Set 2 (picture). 1989.
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Poetry
Whaitiri, Reina. "Rapua te tumu - to the point." Commonwealth: essays and studies 2.16; Spring (1994): 15-25.
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Profile
Mita, M. "Keri Hulme." Republican Nov (1984): 4-9.
Archie, Carol. "The Keri Hulme story." Mana: the Maori new magazine for all New Zealanders 1; Jan/Feb (1993): 65-65.
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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.
Raumati, Roimata Alison. Biblical archetypes in the novels, the bone people and Potiki. University of Otago, 1989.
Ash, Susan. Narrating a female subjectivity in the works of Katherine Mansfield, Robin Hyde, Janet Frame and Keri Hulme. University of Otago, Dunedin, 1990.
O'Neill, Phillip Raymond. Unsettling the empire: postcolonialism and the troubled identities of settler nations. New York University, 1993.
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.
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