Steven Winduo is a Papua New Guinea poet and scholar who teaches at the University of Papua New Guinea. Here he introduces and reads the title poem from his first poetry collection, Lomo’ha I am, in Spirit’s Voice I Call (1991). (5 minutes)
Listen to Noe Tanigawa’s interview with Steven, which was broadcast 11 June 2009, on Hawai`i Public Radio. (3:28)
Teweiariki Teaero, who was born on Nikunau Island in Kiribati, is an artist, a poet, and a teacher. His distinctive drawings and paintings are inspired by traditional art motifs, ideas, legends, and contemporary issues in the Pacific. He has contributed poetry to numerous literary journals and is the author of two collections—on eitei’s wings and Waa in Storms. Mr Teaero has a Postgraduate Diploma in Education and a Master of Arts in Education from the University of the South Pacific where he is Assistant to the Head of the School of Humanities.
Listen to a interview with Teaero here.
Hawaii Public Radio, April 20th 2006