When I'm not writing books, I'm running a publishing venture with my friend Sisilia Eteuati, called TATOU PUBLISHING. Together we put out a rather fabulous anthology of stories by women of the Moana called VA. And we are now working on another book called FUA which is stories for children aged 8 to 12 years.… Continue reading Open Call for Stories
In this week's Samoa Observer column, I get to rave a little about feminism stuff in Samoa... I have a five year old called Bella. The very last child that will ever alien-grow in my uterus, she is the supreme ruler of our universe - and woe be it unto any creature who does not… Continue reading Samoa: A Sexist Culture that Oppresses Women?
There are some mysteries that a man just should not try to decipher. Shoes is one of them. I was in Samoa last week and my mum gave me a wonderful pair of shoes she'd bought in Hawaii. They were designer shoes and rather fantabulous. In other words, NOT a pair of shoes I would EVER buy… Continue reading The Alluring Mystery of Designer Shoes and Fly-Chaser Eyelashes