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The New Zealand All Blacks are one of the most recognisable team franchises in modern sport, and their performance of the Ka Mate haka prior to international matches is known across the globe. But how many of us know anything about the Maori people to whom this haka belongs? Ka Mate: Travels In New Zealand takes us on a three month journey around New Zealand, through the v ...more
Paperback, 314 pages
Published September 23rd 2011 by Createspace (first published August 30th 2011)
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Dan Coxon is a short story writer and editor, and the author of the travel memoir Ka Mate: Travels in New Zealand. His writing has appeared in Salon, The Lonely Crowd, Neon, Gutter, The Nervous Breakdown and Spartan, as well as several anthologies. He also works as a freelance editor, copy-editor and proofreader at Momus Editorial.

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