Daniel Michael Satele
Daniel Michael Satele
 
PHOTO: CALEB SATELE

PHOTO: CALEB SATELE

 
 

DANIEL MICHAEL SATELE is a Samoan writer from Auckland, New Zealand.  His career spans academic and creative writing; music; performance and several kinds of creative production. Along with writing, his passions are singing, gardening and Polynesian weaving traditions. He holds a Master of Arts with First Class Honours in English from the University of Auckland, where he is now writing a doctoral thesis.

In 2017 Satele's work is to be featured in the group exhibition Cold Islanders curated by Leafa Wilson; at Waikato Museum, Hamilton, 26 August - 3 December 2017.

Satele curated The Drowned World, an online exhibition located at the-drowned-world.com in 2014. His essays have appeared in ArtAsiaPacificThe New Zealand Listener, and Art New Zealand. He was runner-up to the Katherine Mansfield Memorial Award in 2003. In 2006 his story "There Was Never Silence" was included in Niu Voices: Contemporary Pacific Fiction 1 edited by Selina Tusitala Marsh. 

 

  • CONTACT: danielmichael.satele@gmail.com