THE PANTOGRAPH PUNCH

Litia Tuiburelevu

Kaituhi Tūtahi | Contributing Writer

Litia (she/her) is a writer, director, and researcher based in Tāmaki Makaurau. She most enjoys hanging out with her friends and going to the movies.

Everything By: Litia Tuiburelevu

Society21.11.21

Stay Sexy, Always Stay Sexy

Litia Tuiburelevu on the body that betrays itself.

Society26.09.21

For a Brown Girl

A few thoughts on desirability Litia Tuiburelevu needs to get out of her system.

Society25.07.21

Flirting Telepathically

And other reflections on a life absent of romance by Litia Tuiburelevu.

Literature20.11.20

Navigating the space between 'me' and 'we' is both a personal and political act, writes Litia Tuiburelevu.

Society25.07.20

Showing Up

What does it mean for non-Black POCs to show up for Black people in Aotearoa? Friends Litia Tuiburelevu and Rita Wakefield chat about solidarity, cultural appropriation and everything in between.

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