TĀPAETANGA: NGĀ ARATOHU, A MĀTOU WHAKAPĀ MŌHIOTANGA|
We are not currently accepting submissions of writing. Keep an eye on our social media channels for our next call out.
Tupuranga is a journal of Indigenous writing from Aotearoa and the Moana.
Tupuranga is a Te Reo Māori word which means to grow. We see this journal as encouraging of personal growth, and growth as a community.
We want the journal content to be driven by what the contributors care about at that moment. As editors, we want writers to feel safe enough to discuss the topics that are important to them while we take care of what is being put out there.
We welcome and celebrate difference, your unique voice, your Indigeneity, your joy, your rebellion. Speak your mind. This is your space to express. We stand with and support your fear or anxiety, sadness, anger and disgust; your joy, your pride and love.
There are no specific topics off limit - although we will not tolerate fascism, colourism, racism, anti-queer, anti-trans, homophobic, ableist or sexist language or rhetoric.
We welcome submissions from people with all levels of experience and of any age. You don’t need to have any publishing history.
We welcome submissions in languages other than English, as well as submissions that contain multiple languages. We cannot however provide translations at this stage.
Your words are full of power and strength.