About the Creators of this Book
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Book Description from Back Cover and PrefaceOne encounters in these tales mote merely the usual themes of tasty revenge, punishment of greed and selfishness, and the comeuppance of those who are haughty beyond what is called for by their station (tautalaititi), but new kinds of situations which arise in the contemporary Samoan world.
Professor Emeritus of Anthropology, U.C. Riverside
Background on Daniel Pouesi, Michael Igoe, and Michael EvanstonA graphic designer and free-lance writer, Daniel Pouesi's work has appeared in national magazines and publications. Daniel lives in Carson, California with his wife, June, and three children, Agaiotupu, Ioselani, and Karene.
Michael Igoe came to the U.S. from Ireland in 1981. After spending five years as a magazine editor in Los Angeles, he moved to Denver, Colorado where he now lives with his wife, Lynn, and two daughters, Brigid and Maureen.
Michael Evanston is a free-lance artist whose work has appeared in national and international publications and advertising campaigns. He has designed and illustrated over 30 album covers and his work has received several recording industry awards. He currently resides in Southern California.
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