What does Aotearoa literature look like from the point of view of an indigenous publisher, writer and expert on social issues? Anton Blank is the creative force behind Oranui, a multi-disciplinary platform dedicated to generating debate about diversity.

Anton is founder of the Ora Nui journal of Māori writing; the author of Rewire: The Little Book About Bias; and editor of For Someone I Love, a collection of essays, poetry and fiction by his mother, the influential writer Arapera Blank. Anton talks with writer Arihia Latham about his body of work and his latest publication that tackles racism.

He pēwhea te ao tuhi pukapuka, tā pukapuka I te titirohanga o te tangata taketake? Ko Anton Blake tēnei, te kaiwhaka korikori I te hunga ki ngā pātai kāore e paingia ana e te kaikiri, ko te tino ngako ko tohe I te tauritetanga o te tangata.

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