I meant to include this sentence in my blog post on Nights of Storytelling, but I forgot. And I like it too much not to share it with you.
When the chief of the Koné goes to check for food caught in the line of traps he has set the previous day, he discovers that he has snared an extremely angry lizard who demands to be released.
-Raylene Ramsay, ed.
Nights of Storytelling: A Cultural History of Kanaky-New Caledonia
Nights of Storytelling: A Cultural History of Kanaky-New Caledonia, Raylene Ramsay, ed., 2011
- New Caledonia, #4
- Borrowed from SF library
- Read: May 2016
- Rating: 3/5
- Recommended for: students
The Kanak Apple Season: Selected Short Fiction of Déwé Gorodé, Déwé Gorodé, translated and edited by Peter Brown, 2004
- New Caledonia, #3
- Borrowed from SF public library
- Read: February 2016
- Rating: 3.5/5
- Recommended for: studious rabble-rousers
Les Contes de Poindi, Jean Mariotti, 1941
- New Caledonia, #1
- Paperback, $4.67 from Amazon
- Read July 2016
- Rating: 4/5
- Recommended for: wise children