Campbell, Alistair Te Ariki
CAMPBELL, Alistair Te Ariki
CAMPBELL, Alistair Te Ariki. New Zealander (born Cook Islands), b. 1925. Genres: Novels, Children's fiction, Plays/Screenplays, Poetry, Mythology/Folklore. Career: Taught at Newtown Primary School, 1944; Ed., Dept. of Education School Publications Branch, Wellington, 1955-72; Sr. Ed., New Zealand Council for Educational Research, Wellington, 1972-87. President, P.E.N., New Zealand, 1976-79; full-time writer. Publications: Mine Eyes Dazzle: Poems 1947-49, 1951; The Happy Summer (children's story), 1961; Sanctuary of Spirits (poem), 1963; Wild Honey (poems), 1964; Blue Rain (poems), 1967; Maori Legends, 1969; When the Bough Breaks (play), 1970; Kapiti: Selected Poems, 1947-71, 1972; Dreams, Yellow Lions (poems), 1975; The Dark Lord of Savaiki (poem) 1980; Collected Poems, 1981; Island to Island (memoirs), 1984; Soul Traps: Lyric Sequence, 1985; Triology: The Frigate Bird (novel), 1989; Sidewinder (novel), 1991; Tia (novel), 1993; Stone Rain: The Polynesian Strain (poems), 1992; Death and the Tagua (poems), 1995; Pocket Collected Poems, 1996; Fantasy with Witches (novel), 1998; Gallipoli and Other Poems, 1999; Maori Battalion (poem), 2001; Poets in Our Youth (poem), 2002. TV DOCUMENTARIES: Island of Spirits, 1973; Like You I'm Trapped, 1975. RADIO PLAYS: Sanctuary of Spirits, 1963; The Homecoming, 1964; The Proprietor, 1964; The Suicide, 1965; The Wairau Incident, 1967. Address: 4B Rawhiti Rd, Pukerua Bay, Wellington, New Zealand.