University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa


Arts Residencies for UH Students –

Winners of the Inaugural Māhealani Dudoit & Ian MacMillan Arts Residencies!

Ian MacMillan Residency: Serena Ngaio Simmons (Ngāti Porou) - Bio Here.

Māhealani Dudoit Undergraduate Residency: Gregory Pōmaikaʻi Gushiken - Bio Here.

Māhealani Dudoit Graduate Residency: leilani portillo - Bio Here


Updates and Featured Work

  Hawaiʻi Review  and the UH Mānoa Creative Writing program proudly present the fifth annual creative writing conference at UH Mānoa on Saturday, Oct. 27th, 2018 from 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. in the UH Campus Center Ballroom. Develop your creative writing skills through workshops and network with other writers who share similar career and academic goals.  Tickets are priced at $15 general admission, $5 for students (with ID) ages 14+, and free admission for ages 13 and under. Pre-register through Eventbrite to receive a free copy of Hawaiʻi Review (we are not accepting payments through Eventbrite; please pay at the venue the day of the event--cash or check only).  Light breakfast and lunch are included, along with a keynote by Kathy Phillips, bookshop, and nine writers’ workshops - including Spoken Word, Outlining a Story, Lyric Writing for both Adults & Youth, and more!

Hawaiʻi Review and the UH Mānoa Creative Writing program proudly present the fifth annual creative writing conference at UH Mānoa on Saturday, Oct. 27th, 2018 from 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. in the UH Campus Center Ballroom. Develop your creative writing skills through workshops and network with other writers who share similar career and academic goals.

Tickets are priced at $15 general admission, $5 for students (with ID) ages 14+, and free admission for ages 13 and under. Pre-register through Eventbrite to receive a free copy of Hawaiʻi Review (we are not accepting payments through Eventbrite; please pay at the venue the day of the event--cash or check only).

Light breakfast and lunch are included, along with a keynote by Kathy Phillips, bookshop, and nine writers’ workshops - including Spoken Word, Outlining a Story, Lyric Writing for both Adults & Youth, and more!


Hawaiʻi Review 88: Kumu & Kupuna is now available! HR 88 Online coming soon!

UH Students can pick up a free copy at the UHM Campus Bookstore, Sinclair and Hamilton Libraries, William S. Richardson Law Library, Native Hawaiian Student Services, the dorms, and the English Department Office. Or ask your department office to be in touch and we will bring copies!


Hawaiʻi Review 87: Kumu & Kupuna is now available!

UH Students can pick up a free copy at the UHM Campus Bookstore, Sinclair and Hamilton Libraries, William S. Richardson Law Library, and the English Department Office. Or ask your department office to be in touch and we will bring copies!

H\R 87 Online Supplement is here.



Follow us on Instagram!


Featured Creative Nonfiction


Featured Poetry


Featured Critical Essay


Featured AudioVisual


Featured Chap|books


Featured Translation & Multilingual


Featured Educational Materials



 

Masthead

hawaiireview [at] gmail.com

Editors