Landscapes: Hawaiian Literature and Place.
Dennis Kawaharada. 1999. Reprinted in 2005. 112 pages. ISBN:
Cover photo ‘Ai
/ “Eat like a Shark”
by Kapulani Landgraf. Kane'ohe
Bay. Foreground: dead hammerhead sharks caught in a fishing net.
Background: The cliffs of Kanehoalani
and Mokoli‘i Island.
Reviews and Readers
Dawrs, “Sense of Place.” Honolulu
Weekly. Nov. 17-23, 1999
Luke, “The best of ’99, Nonfiction” Honolulu
Advertiser. December 25, 1999
Lyons. Marvels and Tales:
Journal of Fairy-Tale Studies,
Vol. 14, No. 2, 2000
Wilson. The Contemporary
Pacific. Fall 2000
- “Quest for Kuleana”: Commentary on Storied Landscapes by Ku‘ualoha
Ho‘omanawanui, University of Hawai‘i at Manoa English Department, in “This Land Is Your Land, This Land was My Land” (pp. 139-146), in Asian Settler Colonialism: From Local Governance to the Habits of Everyday Life in Hawai’i (University of Hawaii Press, 2008) edited by Candace Fujikane, University of Hawai‘i at Manoa English Department and Jonathan Y. Okamura, University of Hawai‘i at Manoa Ethnic Studies Department. My Response to Comments on Storied Landscapes, with guidance on how to read the metaphor in the title and interpret the text (2009).