Briar Grace-Smith is a playwright and screenwriter from New Zealand. Her first major play, Ngā Pou Wahine earned her the Bruce Mason Playwriting Award (1995). Her play Purapurawhetū won Best New Zealand Play at the Chapman Tripp Theatre Awards. In 2000, she received the Arts Foundation Laureate Award. In 2003, she was the Writer in Residence at Victoria University of Wellington. She is the screenwriter of the New Zealand feature film Strength of Water (2009). Her plays her toured in New Zealand and internationally.
- 2007 When Sun and Moon Collide: Huia Publishers, 115 pages, ISBN 1-86969-316-7, ISBN 978-1-86969-316-9
- 1999 Purapurawhetu: Huia Publishers, 111 pages, ISBN 0-908975-78-3, ISBN 978-0-908975-78-5
- 1997 Nga Pou Wahine : Huia Publishers, 44 pages, Huia Publishers, ISBN 0-908975-26-0, ISBN 978-0-908975-26-6
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