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The COVID-19 diaries: visitation


Have you had any pīwakawaka come to visit lately? I did a little research, and apparently the pīwakawaka was there when Māui tried to enter Hinenuitepō’s vagina as she slept, to steal death from her, and bestow humans with eternal life. Maui transformed into a noke worm to enter her, but then a whitehead burst out laughing and a pīwakawaka danced about in glee. Hinenuitepō woke up, closed her legs, and strangled Māui. You can read more about it here.

In other news, Dylan Horrocks interviewed me for his comics students, and posted the interview on YouTube. You can see me in full zoom meeting mode, and in this case I can promise you I am wearing pants.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Lotta Dann permalink
    19/04/2020 5:56 pm

    I loved that interview and the glimpse inside your study! Have followed all those others you recommended on Instagram – thanks x

  2. 19/04/2020 6:49 pm

    Nana McCool was very, very superstitious. Green vehicles bad luck, birds of a certain kind bad luck, certain foods bad luck. You must take after nannie MCCool


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