Poem. In Jordan Hamel, Rebecca Hawkes, Erik Kennedy and Essa Ranapiri (Eds.), No Other Place to Stand (Auckland University Press: Auckland, 2022).
Essay on the exhibition Sorry (Peter McLeavey, Wellington, 2010). In Sarah Farrar, Jill Trevelyan, Nina Tonga (eds.), Robin White: Something is Happening Here (Wellington/Auckland: Te Papa Press, 2022).
A conversation, plus four poems. In Taraheke (eds.), I Got You Babe (Wellington: Taraheke | BushLawyer, 2021).
Poetry chapbook. Thechronicleof <___>: Wellington, 2021.
Poem. In Te Rito o te Harakeke - A Collection of Writing for Ihumātao, Wellington: Rangatahi o te Pene, 2019.
Essay on kahu kīwī, near extinction and kaitiakitanga. In Jenny Gillam and Eugene Hansen (ed.), Te Manu Huna a Tāne. Wellington: Massey University Press, 2020.
Short fiction. In Huia Short Stories 13 (Wellington: Huia, 2019). (‘Tunnelling’ was a runner-up in the Pikihuia Māori Fiction Awards.)
Prose-poem. In Witi Ihimaera and Tina Makereti (eds.), Black Marks on the White Page (Auckland: Penguin Random House, 2017).
Essay on Māori art, hau and how our taonga travel, looking at works by Terri te Tau and Bridget Reweti. In Chris Braddock (ed.), Animism and Performance in Contemporary Art (London: Palgrave MacMillan, 2017).
A Conversation Between Ann Shelton and Cassandra Barnett, 20 May 2016. In Zara Stanhope (ed.), Dark Matter: Ann Shelton (Auckland: Auckland Art Gallery, 2016).
Essay on belonging, performance, chosen cultural identity and Ben Kuroki. In Fiona Amundsen (ed.), The Imperial Body (Auckland: Split/Fountain, 2015).
Autofiction about rhythm as a remedy (or, ceremony). In Sasha Huber & Petri Saarikko (eds.), Rongoā Remedies (Wellington: Enjoy Publications, 2015); part of their international art project Remedies.