From 2012 through 2015, MANA Magazine served as an independent voice for the Hawaiian community and all who hold Hawai‘i dear. Its in-depth exploration of Hawaiian heritage, language, arts and issues shared opinions and ideas in provocative fashion, while helping create a deeper sense of community throughout the Islands and beyond.

MANA: A Journal of Hawai‘i represents the next step in this evolution. From cover to cover, the book offers the best of MANA Magazine—its most insightful articles, its most inspiring photographs. This 176-page, large-format (9-1/2” by 11”) hardcover volume is available at bookstores and other retail locations in the Islands and on the Continent. MANA: A Journal of Hawai‘i is published by Watermark Publishing, a sister company of MANA Magazine publisher PacificBasin Communications—both members of the aio family of companies. A portion of the book’s sales revenues will go to support Ahahui Haku Mo‘olelo, the Hawaiian Journalists Association.

Like its predecessor magazine published under the banner “engaging Hawaiian hearts,” MANA: A Journal of Hawai‘i will continue the dialogue on important issues impacting the Hawaiian community—from health to governance, education to sustainability—both today and in the years to come.