Anne-Marie Te Whiu
Anne-Marie Te Whiu is an Australian-born Māori whose whakapapa belongs to the Te Rarawa iwi in the Hokianga, Aotearoa. She is a 2021 Next Chapter Fellowship recipient, and her writing has been published widely in journals and magazines across Australia and New Zealand. Her weavings have been exhibited at Outer Space and Black Dot Gallery. She is an editor, most recently having edited Tony Birch's Whisper Songs as well as Solid Air: Australian and New Zealand Spoken Word. Her debut poetry collection titled Mettle is due for publication this year. She has been a recipient of the Unyoked Writers Residency and Running Dog Writers Residency. Between 2015–2017 she co-directed the Queensland Poetry Festival. She is a Senior Producer at Red Room Poetry and is co-producer of the Literature Program for the Aotearoa NZ International Festival 2024. She has just commenced a Carriageworks Clothing Store Studio Residency.