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About R. de Wolf

A Maori fiction author from Aotearoa-New Zealand, R. de Wolf (Reg) was born on the East Coast, raised in the Bay of Plenty and now lives in Turanganui-a-Kiwa - Gisborne. Reg incorporates themes that she is passionate about in her writing - equality, respect for nature, equal rights, leadership, and the preservation of ancient wisdom. 

Guardians of the Ancestors - Book One of the Spirit Voyager Series was released in 2020, and short story Crushed Violet was published in anthology Kaituhi Rawhiti. The Future Weavers - Book Two followed in 2021, along with Poetry In a Pear Tree.​ The Goodness Algorithm, also set in NZ, segways into a dystopian future that takes you on a scary rollercoaster ride, but also highlights the hope and good that survives inside us. 

In 2022 she released Poetry In a Pohutukawa - Reggie Reflections and two stories in Kaituhi Rāwhiti Two - Weaving of Words which de Wolf co-edited. Brothers in Whalesong - Book Three of The Spirit Voyager Series was officially released in 2023 and de Wolf participated in a roundtable,  with two students from Gisborne Girls High, for Ngā Kupu Wero - Penguin, edited by one of their role models, Witi Ihimaera. De Wolf also worked with the class of 2022 students from the Tai Tech Writers to produce a self-published anthology of self-selected work in 2023, branched into publishing for Māori and facilitated the inaugural Chatham Islands Writers Retreat.

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