Keri Hulme (Ngāi Tahu) is a novelist, short story writer and poet who gained international recognition with her award-winning novel the bone people. She has held writing fellowships at several universities, served on the Literary Fund Advisory Committee and on the Indecent Publications Tribunal.
In 1977 Keri shared the Robert Burns Fellowship with Roger Hall. Keri has also published a collection of short stories, Te Kaihau/The Windeater, Hompelaces and a collection of poems, Strands. In 2014 the bone people was selected as the 2014 Great Kiwi Classic.
Keri is currently living in Okarito working on her twinned novels Bait and On Shadowside.
Keri's book Stone Fish is currently out of print.