Recipient of Te Rangaunua Hiranga Māori Award 2021 – Royal Society Te Apārangi
Booksellers' Choice Award, Aotearoa Book Industry Awards, Joint Winner 2021
Featuring on Top 10 2020 vision
'Our selection of Top 10 books that offer insights into the year that was 2020, curated by our librarians for the Auckland Libraries Top 100 list.'
'Reading Imagining Decolonisation, the slim book that invites us to dream big', Anahera Gildea, The Spinoff, 27 January 2022.
Lorde's summer wishlist: '"Unbelievable to be warm again": Lorde returns to soak up Aotearoa's Solar Power', Siena Yates, Stuff, 22 December 2021.
'New horizons for award-winning "Imagining Decolonisation" authors', Te Aorewa Rolleston, RNZ, 1 October 2021.
'The hope for change: Imagining decolonisation here and now', Kennedy Warne, e-Tangata, 16 May 2021.
'Moana Jackson: Decolonisation and the stories in the land', e-Tangata, 9 May 2021.
'Decolonisation, Irish summer camps and my dumb Māori Dad', Caitlin Hicks, Salient, 13 July 2020.
'Noteworthy: dominant titles on racism and feminism', Eleanor Black, New Zealand Herald Canvas magazine, 4 July 2020.
'Matters Arising', Tom McKinlay, Otago Daily Times, 29 June 2020.
'Imagining decolonisation in Aotearoa', Saturday Morning with Kim Hill, RNZ, 6 June 2020.
'What is decolonisation?', Ocean Ripeka Mercier, The Big Q, 23 April 2020.
'With stories, anything is possible', Moana Jackson, e-Tangata, 15 March 2020.
'Where to next? Decolonisation and the stories in the land', Moana Jackson, The Spinoff, 7 March 2020.
'Why colonisation is bad for everyone', Rebecca Kiddle, Stuff, 9 March 2020.
'Getting to know Rebecca Kiddle', Vic Books
'Instead of talking at the reader these authors present informed ideas and observations for thought and also reference one another. This topic can be nerve wracking as there are so many different connotations associated with the word 'decolonisation' currently. How do you view the way life is going for our people and country? Consider some of the ongoing problems.... personal, social, environmental, cultural, fiscal and political, which never diminish but become more complex because of the way we are currently viewing them. I do encourage people from all walks of life to read this small but powerful book to gain an insight into the current conversation surrounding a credible future that could provide huge gains for all.'
– Unity Books (Wellington), newsletter, April 2020