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After a lapse of two decades, in Vaughan returned to poetry and has recently been published throughout Aotearoa New Zealand , Australia, Hong Kong, Malaysia, The Philippines, and Thailand, with impending publication in the U. In he was long listed for the inaugural Proverse Prize in Literature. His ancestry is Maori and he is affiliated to the TeAtiawa iwi tribe. His wife is from the Philippines and they are a multilingual household. His poetry collection, Home, Away, Elsewhere was long-listed for the inaugural Proverse Prize and published in November
Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. A poetry collection in three parts. Home is events, situations, descriptions, and attitudes about Hong Kong, which is now Vaughan's home. He writes to stay sane. They are not mere academic or literary exercises. They are lived experiences, I guess.
Vaughan Rapatahana is a New Zealand writer and reviewer. Though perhaps best known for his poetry, his bibliography also includes prose fiction, educational material, academic articles, philosophy, and language critiques. His writing has been published in New Zealand and internationally. In , he was a semi-finalist for the Proverse Prize and in he was a finalist for the erbacce prize for poetry. In Rapatahana won the Proverse Poetry Prize. Vaughan Rapatahana - is a prolific New Zealand poet who also writes prose fiction, educational material, academic articles, philosophy and language critiques. Rapatahana experienced a varied career before becoming a writer, working as a secondary schoolteacher, housepainter, storeman, freezing worker, and special education advisor. He currently resides in Mangakino. He writes regular book reviews for Landfall and Scoop. Rapatahana has been described as a global poet.