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Tulia Thompson is a writer of Fijian, Tongan and Pākehā descent, with a PhD in Sociology and an MCW (Hons) in Creative Writing. She wrote a children’s fantasy novel called Josefa And The Vu (Huia). She has essays included in Life on Volcanoes – Contemporary Essays and Beyond These Shores, and fiction in Scorchers: A Climate Anthology. Tulia is a regular critic for Pantograph Punch's monthly art review, The Unmissables. She is working on a collection of essays. During Lockdown, she has been procrastinating by trying to write a sitcom.
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