Steven Winduo

Steven Winduo is a celebrated Indigenous writer and scholar with teaching and research affiliations in several universities throughout the world, including the US mainland, Hawaii, Canada, Japan, New Zealand and Australia. His poetry collections include Lomo’ha I am, in Spirit’s Voice I Call, Hembemba: Rivers of the ForestA Rower’s Song and Detwan How?. He has also written the short story collection The Unpainted Mask, essay collection Transitions and Transformations: Literature, Politics and Culture in PNG, and a novel, Land Echoes. He has several articles published in peer-reviewed journals and magazines around the world. Winduo is also a regular columnist with The National, with his weekly column Steven’s Window in The Weekender.

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Land Echoes

Adventurous Yarawali Haiwanga escaped a society of sorcerers to the unknown land beyond as a young man....

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25 August – 3 September