Hononga, rauemi nō waho
Ētahi atu tūhononga, pae tukutuku hoki
A site about Hone Tuwhare and his work, created by publisher Steele Roberts.
This trust was established in 2010 to restore Tuwhare's bach at Kākā Point and set up a visitors' centre and writers' residency.
A profile of Tuwhare, on the New Zealand Book Council site.
NZ On Screen’s website includes Gaylene Preston’s 1996 television documentary Hone Tuwhare and biographical information about the poet.
Ētahi whakaaro puaki, takenga
Hunt, Janet. Hone Tuwhare: a biography. Auckland: Godwit, 1998.
Manhire, Bill. ‘Ready to move: interview with Hone Tuwhare.’ Landfall 42 (1988): 262–268.
Manhire, Bill. ‘Dirty silence: impure sounds in New Zealand poetry.’ In Dirty silence: aspects of language and literature in New Zealand: essays arising from the University of Waikato winter lecture series of 1990, 143–159, edited by Graham McGregor and Mark Williams. Auckland: Oxford University Press, 1991.
Alley, Elizabeth, and Mark Williams, eds. In the same room: conversations with New Zealand writers. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1992.