Pacific literature, samoa writing, Seti Matua, tusitala fiapoto

Writing with Seti Matua – The Journey

A long time ago, I promised you a 'Tusitala Fiapoto' series for and about Pacific writers- and then promptly got very busy with writing and edits and book tours and sick children and more. So I'm super happy to have as a guest today, a Samoan writer/blogger /editor, SETI MATUA, sharing his thoughts on his… Continue reading Writing with Seti Matua – The Journey

nz school journal, Pacific fiction, pacific writers, poetry, samoa writing, tusitala fiapoto, writing stories for children

TUSITALA FIAPOTO – WRITING CHILDREN’S STORIES

More than 15 million children's books are sold in Australasia each year. Worldwide, more than $2.5 billion worth of children's books are purchased annually, and more than 75% of publishers welcome children's material. Thats  A LOT of books. A lot of stories. A lot of writers writing stories for children. You could be one of… Continue reading TUSITALA FIAPOTO – WRITING CHILDREN’S STORIES