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Below we have listed all current Pukpuk Publications by category. You can purchase a copy of the publication by visiting our store page or by simply clicking on the image or the 'blue' title, these links will take you directly to our affiliate Amazon. Please note that if you purchase a publication using our affiliate links then Pukpuk Publications receives a small commission from Amazon for the sale, the proceeds from this are then reinvested back into Pukpuk Publications to assist with the costs of running our first- time author-publishing program.

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Juvenile
Edited by Philip Fitzpatrick
The Crocodile Prize is Papua New Guinea’s National Literary Competition. It was inaugurated in 2011 and is held every year. The organisation and management of the prize this year has been moved wholly into Papua New Guinean hands. Information about the prize can be seen on the Crocodile Prize website at ttps://crocodileprize.com.
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​Rashmii Amoah Bell
The anthology celebrates the contribution of women to Papua New Guinean society. It also sets out some of the problems and issues confronting those women in their daily lives. These issues are set out in an eclectic mix of poetry, essays and short stories. The anthology also challenges the myths and stereotypes often associated with the drive to reduce inequalities in Papua New Guinea. The anthology is also an opportunity for Papua New Guineans to recognise and appreciate the women of their nation. Women are active in many fields in Papua New Guinea, occasionally in leadership roles. Papua New Guinean women are doctors and nurses, business leaders, environmental activists, and politicians. Other women in more traditional roles form the backbone of Papua New Guinean society. All of them need to be celebrated. These women are diligently working to advance their country and remedy the wrongs they encounter, even though the task often seems overwhelming. The anthology draws attention to and suggests approaches to the serious challenges Papua New Guinea must address to become the nation it wants to be and which its people need.