Naomii Seah

Kaituhi Tūtahi | Contributing Writer

Naomii Seah is a writer and poet from Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland. Her work has previously been published in Critic, Starling, takahē and Mayhem, with upcoming work on You can contact Naomii at [email protected].

Everything By: Naomii Seah


Rebirth and Renewal: A Response to MaeSteal

MaeSteal Collective was among the most hyped shows for fashion week. Naomii Seah recaps and analyses the closing show of NZFW: Kahuria and sits down with some of the artists.


The Mysterious Miracle of Migrants

Mahiwaga is a poetic, magical and mysterious dance video through Northcote Town Centre, as part of All My Friends’ Niu Gold Mountain project. Naomii Seah chats to the creatives and looks into the future of this local hub.


Queer Magic and Queerevolutions

samesame but different is one of the most exciting Queer literary festivals out there! Naomii Seah reflects on the festival’s beginnings as she attends its diverse spread of offerings as part of Auckland Pride.


Chye-Ling Huang and James Roque are two Asian millennial creatives, activists and best friends who’ve decided to confront the elephants in their bedrooms – why have they only dated Pākehā people? Naomii Seah sits down with them to chat about love, dating and unconscious bias as Asians in Aotearoa.


As one of the first national celebrations of Asian writers, Naomii Seah reflects on the anthology filled with the taste of home, memory and a renewed refusal to remain silent.


Naomii Seah finds connection with her Chinese heritage through the lunar new year.


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