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Ruby Solly

Kaituhi Tūtahi / Contributing Writer

Ruby Solly is a Kai Tahu writer, musician, music therapist and academic living in Te Whanganui-a-Tara. She has been published in journals such as Sport, Landfall, Oscen and Starling amongst others. Earlier this year she wrote and released her first short film, 'Super Special' through 'Someday Stories' which aimed to share traditional narratives around menstruation and the awa atua through narrative, as well as confronting the issue of period poverty in Aotearoa.

Everything By: Ruby Solly

Music21.02.21

Hine Pū Te Hue: Wāhine of Taonga Pūoro

Ruby Solly sits with wāhine players of taonga pūoro, across generations, and recalls a history of healing and revival.

Literature25.06.20

Imagine reading for your entire life and never feeling seen in the words – the reality for many Indigenous, Black and minority readers. Ruby Solly on only reading Māori authors for a year.

Society19.05.20

An Ode to the Aunties

Ruby Solly interweaves ancient narrative and contemporary tales in this love letter to the aunties.

Performance06.05.20

Artist in Residence Podcast: Ruby Solly

Taonga pūoro musician and writer Ruby Solly has made you a personalised audio performance.

Society09.12.19

A Kaputī with Kahu Kutia

Ruby Solly has a kōrero with Kahu Kutia about her latest Podcast Series He Kākano Ahau.

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