Archive: Witi Ihimaera

Authors at Harbourfront

At Harbourfront, Witi Ihimaera, a Maori from New Zealand, reads from "The Matriarch," a novel that won him the 1986 Wattie Book of the Year award, detailing four generations of a Maori family. A journalist, short-story writer, editor, and opera librettist, Ihimaera currently serves as a councillor of the New Zealand embassy in Washington.
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Dec 26, 1989
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