Cover

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pp. 1-1

Blurbs, Title Page, About the Series, Copyright

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pp. 2-7

Contents

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pp. 8-11

J, She, and the Eel

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pp. 3-4

Sa Moana Poem Number One

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pp. 5-5

Sa Moana Poem Number Two

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Sa Moana Poem Number Three

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Sa Moana Poem Number Four

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pp. 9-9

Sa Moana Poem Number Five

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pp. 10-10

Tiki Manifesto

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pp. 11-12

‘O Kaulaiku

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pp. 13-15

The Seventh Wave

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pp. 16-16

Turtle Island Poem Number One

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Turtle Island Poem Number Two

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Turtle Island Poem Number Three

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Turtle Island Poem Number Four

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Turtle Island Poem Number Five

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Turtle Island Poem Number Six

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Turtle Island Poem Number Seven

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Turtle Island Poem Number Eight

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Turtle Island Poem Number Nine

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Turtle Island Poem Number Ten

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Turtle Island Poem Number Eleven

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Turtle Island Poem Number Twelve

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Turtle Island Poem Number Thirteen

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Turtle Island Poem Number Fourteen

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Turtle Island Poem Number Fifteen

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In Suva

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Laguna Beach Poem Number One

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Laguna Beach Poem Number Two

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Laguna Beach Poem Number Three

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Laguna Beach Poem Number Four

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Laguna Beach Poem Number Five

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pp. 39-39

Laguna Beach Poem Number Six

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pp. 40-40

A Drag Queen Named Pipi (at the Bone Bar)

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pp. 41-41

Pray

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pp. 42-42

Fa‘a Fafine Poem Number One

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Fa‘a Fafine Poem Number Two

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Fa‘a Fafine Poem Number Three

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Fa‘a Fafine Poem Number Four

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Fa‘a Fafine Poem Number Five

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Fa‘a Fafine Poem Number Six

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Fa‘a Fafine Poem Number Seven

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Fa‘a Fafine Poem Number Eight

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Fa‘a Fafine Poem Number Nine

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Fa‘a Fafine Poem Number Ten

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Fa‘a Fafine Poem Number Eleven

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Fa‘a Fafine Poem Number Twelve

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Fa‘a Fafine Poem Number Thirteen

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Fa‘a Fafine Poem Number Fourteen

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Fa‘a Fafine Poem Number Fifteen

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Fa‘a Fafine Poem Number Sixteen

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Fa‘a Fafine Poem Number Seventeen

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Fa‘a Fafine Poem Number Eighteen

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Fa‘a Fafine Poem Number Nineteen

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Fa‘a Fafine Poem Number Twenty

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Fa‘a Fafine Poem Number Twenty-One

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Fa‘a Fafine Poem Number Twenty-Two

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Fa‘a Fafine Poem Number Twenty-Three

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Fa‘a Fafine Poem Number Twenty-Four

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pp. 66-67

The Bat

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pp. 68-69

Postscript

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pp. 70-71

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About the Author

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pp. 72-72

...Dan Taulapapa McMullin is a poet and painter from the Samoa Islands. His work breaks new ground in contemporary Polynesian verse, rejecting the Hollywood notion that indigenous communal societies are abject, colonized, and struggling to remain in a fictional past. His paintings and poems cross lines of gender, nationality, and media....