Books of Original Scholarship
1999 Inside Out: Literature, Cultural Politics, and Identity
in the New Pacific. Edited with Rob Wilson. Lanham, Boulder, New
York, Oxford. Rowman and Littlefield Publishers.
1995 Woven Gods: Female Clowns and Power in Rotuma. Center
for Pacific Islands Studies and University of Hawaii Press.
1977 Art in the New Pacific. Suva: South Pacific Creative
1985 South Pacific Islanders. With Patricia Hereniko.
London. Wayland Publishers.
1990 Realities. With Cliff Benson et.al. Suva: Fiji
Ministry of Education. (A comprehension book for senior secondary students
in the South Pacific.)
2000 Love 3 Times. Commissioned play by Kumu Kahua.
Due for production in May 2001.
1999 Fine Dancing. In preparation for publication.
1993 Last Virgin in Paradise. with Teresia Teaiwa. Suva: South
Pacific Creative Arts Society.
1992 "Sambo Meets the Goddess Devi on a Moonless Night" in Mana.
Vol 1. No. 2, 75-77.
1989 The Monster and Other Plays. Suva: South Pacific Creative
Arts Society. (A collection of six one-act plays.)
1987 Two Plays: A Child for Iva/Sera's Choice. Suva: South
Pacific Creative Arts Society.(A Child for Iva was first published
by Heinemann, New Zealand.)
1977 Don't Cry, Mama. Suva: South Pacific Creative Arts Society.
Reprinted in Chinese Journal of Oceanic Literature, No. 2, 1981. Excerpts
of this play are reprinted in Creative Writing From Fiji, edited by
Nandan and Atherton. Suva: Fiji Writers' Association, 1985.
Children's Books/ Stories
1997 Sina and Tinilau. Suva: Institute of Pacific Studies,
Fiji Writers' Association, Australian Cultures Fund.
1991 The Wicked Cat. Suva: Institute of Education, University
of the South Pacific.
1991 Lifetimes (Rotuman translation) with Betty Inia. Suva:
Institute of Pacific Studies.
1980 Split Island. School Journal. Wellington: School Publications
Branch. Part 3: No.1, 19-21.
1997 Wasafiri: Pacific Writing. With Briar Wood, London:
University of London, 1997.
1994 Mana. Vol 9:3. Suva: South Pacific Creative Arts Society,
1994. With Suzanna Layton.
1993 Manoa: A Pacific Journal of International Writing. Vol.10.1.
1992 Mana. South Pacific Creative Arts Society, Suva.
1986 Mana. With Patricia Hereniko. South Pacific Creative
Arts Society, Suva.
Chapters/Articles in Books
2001 David and Goliath: A Response to Subramanis The Oceanic
Imaginary. The Contemporary Pacific. Vol .13. No.1, 163-168.
2000 Mapping the Territory: Emerging Writers in the Pacific. Conversations
Vol 1: 2, 26-34.
2000 Indigenous Knowledge and Academic Imperialism. Remembrance
of Pacific Pasts: An Invitation to Remake History, edited by Borofsky,
University of Hawaii Press.
1999 Four Writers and One Critic. Inside Out: Literature, Cultural
Politics and Identity in the New Pacific, ed. with Rob Wilson,
Rowman and Littlefield, Lanham, Boulder, New York, Oxford, 55-64.
1994 Representations of Cultural Identities. Tides of History:
the Pacific Islands in the Twentieth Century. Allen and Unwin,
Sydney, 406-434. Also revised and reprinted in Inside Out.
1994 Clowning as Political Commentary: Polynesia, Then and Now.The
Contemporary Pacific. Vol. 6. 1. 1994. Reprinted in Art and Performance
in Oceania, edited by Barry Craig, Bernie Kernot, Christopher
Anderson. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, 15-18 (1999)
1992 Clowning and Culture in Rotuman Weddings. Clowning as Critical
Practice: Performance Humor in the South Pacific. Pittsburgh,
University of Pittsburgh Press, 167-191.
1992 Education for Self-Determination: Some Examples from Indigenous
Pacific Literature. Land, Culture and Development in the Aquatic
Continent. Malcolm, Jr.and Jeanne Skog eds. Honolulu: Kapalua
Pacific Center, 249-252. An abridged version of this essay titled
"On Satirizing the Modern: Literary Lessons for the Pacific" was later
published in Cultural Currents. Vol.2. July 1993.
1992 The Monster. Pacific Studies. Vol.15: 4, 177-197. This
includes an interview with the playwright.
1977 Dance as a Reflection of Rotuman Culture. Rotuma: Split Island.
Suva: Institute of Pacific Studies/Social Sciences Association/USP
Center, 120-142. Reprinted in Rotuma: Hanua Pumue: Precious Land.
Suva: Institute of Pacific Studies, University of the South Pacific,
Entries in Encyclopedia
1998 Music and Theater: The Pacific Islands.The Garland
Encyclopedia of World Music. Vol. 9. with Adrienne Kaeppler et.
al. ed. by Adrienne Kaeppler and J. W. Love, Garland Publishing, Inc.
New York and London, 229-240.
1996 Rotuman Art. The Dictionary of Art.. London: Macmillan.
Foreword/Introduction to Books
1997 Editors Note. Think of a Garden and Other Plays. University
of Hawaii Press, Honolulu. vii-viii.
1996 Foreword. A Bibliography of Rotuma, compiled by Antonine
D. R. N'Yeurt et. al. Pacific Information Centre and Marine Studies
Programme of the University of the South Pacific, Suva. vii.
1995 Foreword. Indigenous Literature of Oceania: A Survey of Criticism
and Interpretation. Greenwood Press, Westport and London.
1993 Prose Poem. Visions of the Pacific. Edited by David Arnell
and Lisette Wolk. Rarotonga, Ministry of Cultural Development and
Cook Islands Government, 153.
1986 Introduction. Pacific Artists. University of the South
Pacific, Suva. vii-viii.
Works in Other Periodicals
1999 Representations of Pacific Islanders in Film and Video.
Documentary Box. 14: 18-20 (Yamagata, Japan).
1993 Pacific Island Literature. Manoa. Vol. 5.1. 47-49.
1993 On Satirizing the Modern: Literary Lessons for the Pacific.
Cultural Currents. East-West Center. No. 2. July, 3 and 11.
1990 The Clown's Story. After Narrative. Subramani ed. Suva:
University of the South Pacific, 223-229.
1987 Rotuman Storytelling.Tukuni Mada Mai: Towards Children's
Literature for the South Pacific. Suva: USP/Institute of Education,
1987 Drama Methods in the Teaching of English to Fifth and Sixth
Forms in Fiji. Directions. Vol.10. No.2, USP/IOE, Suva, 71-81.
1986 Drama Methods in the Classroom. Teaching News. Suva Association
of Teachers of English.
1979 Creative Expression and Pacific Awareness. Pacific Perspective.
Vol 8:1. French version in Perspectives du Pacifique. USP Center/
South Pacific Social Sciences Association, Vila, 1983.
Interviews of Writers
2002 From the Sideline: An Interview with Brij V Lal, Historian and
Constitutional Commissioner. The Contemporary Pacific 14:168-184.
2001 An Interview with Subramani. The Contemporary Pacific
13: 1, 184-198.
1998 An Interview with Patricia Grace.The Contemporary Pacific
10: 154-163. Also reprinted in Inside Out.
1995 An interview with Alan Duff. The Contemporary Pacific 7:
328-344. Also reprinted in Inside Out.
1993 Following in Her Footsteps: An Interview With Albert Wendt.
Manoa. Vol. 5.1. 51-59.
1993 An Interview with Albert Wendt. The Contemporary Pacific
5: 112-131. Also reprinted in Inside Out.
1993 Comic Theater of Samoa: An Interview With John. A. Kneubuhl.
Manoa. Vol. 5.1. 99-104.
1994 The Unfinished Fence. Nuanua: Pacific Writing in English
since 1980, edited by Albert Wendt. Auckland: University of Auckland
Press and Honolulu, University of Hawai`i Press, 1995.
1992 When East Meets West.Te Rau Maire: Poems and Stories from
the Pacific. Rarotonga: Ministry of Cultural Development et.al.,
1986 The Encounter. Mana. Vol.9. No: 1, 31-40.
1978 The Unfinished Fence. Mana. Vol.2 No.2, 1978. Reprinted
several times by the Fiji Ministry of Education in Roots 1977 for
use in schools.
1977 The Convert.Third Mana Annual of South Pacific Creative Writing.
Suva: South Pacific Creative Arts Society, Suva. Also reprinted
by Fiji Ministry of Education in Roots, 1977 for use in schools, and
in Chinese Journal of Oceanic Literature. No. 4, 1982. This Mana annual
also has my poem "The Mat Weavers."
1977 The Royal Visit. Sinnet. Vol 1, No.1. This issue also
has my poem "The Storm."
Eric Le Moal
1981 Art Du Pacifique. Institute of Pacific Studies, Suva. (Translation
of Art in the New Pacific. )
Original Articles in Translation
1997 "Representations of Pacific Islanders in Film and Video"
in Documentary Box: 145: 18-20. [in Japanese]
1990 "Pacific Art." Leer: MUNDO-Verlag, 58-64. [in German]
Articles by Japanese scholars
1996 Vilsoni Hereniko: The Playwright of the South Pacific. The Bungaku
Roshu of Kansai University. 45 (1): 29-44. (In Japanese)
1996 Teikoku o Kainarase. Waseda Bungaku. no 242 (July): 909-93.
The Pacific Islands: an encyclopedia. Lal, Brij and Kate Fortune
Encyclopedia of Post-Colonial Literature in English, edited
by Eugene Benson and L. W. Conolly. London and New York: Routledge:
Writers from the South Pacific: A Bio-Bibliographical Critical
Encyclopedia. Washington D. C: Three Continents Press, 1991, 149-150.
1989 The han maneak su in a Rotuman Wedding. Documentary, 17 mins. Writer and director. University of the South Pacific, Fiji.
2001 The Land Has Eyes. A feature film. Production completed
end July 2001. Now in post-production. Scheduled for release in 2003.
1998 Just Dancing. A short fictional film. 11 minutes. Te Maka Productions,
Hawaii. This short film had its world premiere at the Pusan International
Film Festival in Korea in 1998. Since then, it has been an official
selection at the Hawaii International Film Festival, the Los Angeles
Asia-Pacific Film Festival, and the Palm Springs International Film
Festival. It was also part of the NETPAC (Network for the Promotion
of Asia-Pacific Cinema) tour for 1999 and was screened at the Four
Star Theater in San Francisco and the Honolulu Academy of Art. Just
Dancing was screened as part of the SPACLALS (South Pacific Association
of Commonwealth Literatures and Language Studies) International Conference
held at the University of the South Pacific in Suva, Fiji, 1999.
1989 The han maneak su in a Rotuman Wedding. Documentary,
17 mins. University of the South Pacific, Fiji.
2001 Love 3 Times. Kumu Kahua Theater.
1997 Fine Dancing. NETPAC/USA. Magic Island Beach, Honolulu.
1988-1994 Last Virgin in Paradise; The Monster; Sera's Choice;
Sina and Tinilau; A Child for Iva; Don't Cry, Mama; The Shadow; Good
Morning, Class!; A Class of 88; Sambop Meets the Goddess Devi on a
Moonless Night, Sina ma Iinilau (musical); and Islands at Sea.
Locations of productions for the above include Suva, Honolulu, Hilo,
Auckland, Eugene and London.