Poems from the Oceania continent
Carol talks about the loss of tradition and identity in Where is the Ni-Vanuatu Girl?
Les Murray talks about his life at Bunyah, and reads a new poem, The Care.
Loa Niumeitolu explains what the English language means to her in When we tell
Selina Tusitala Marsh reads Tuvalu Blues, about rising sea levels in the Pacific
Lyn Detabene reads Proudly She Sways Her True Colour
Michael Dom reads The political economy of a pig farmer's life
Sudesh Mishra talks about his indo-Fijian heritage and reads The Gust-proof Door
Archie Bigg, proud descendant of the Bounty mutineers, shares his poem The Norfolk Pine
Jean Mason explores the diversity of Maori culture throughout the islands of the Pacific.
John Pule describes leaving Niue at the age 2 and adapting to life in New Zealand.
Tusiata talks about her mixed heritage and reads 'Fresh from the Islands'
Glenn Colquhoun reads ‘Koha’ (meaning gift) and discusses the identity issues.