Firchow, Skip & Akoitai, David, eds. (1974).Rotokas Reo Vo Siposiporoaro Vo Toupai. Rotokas Stories. Ukarumpa, Papua New Guinea, Summer Institute of Linguistics, 101 pp., illustrated. This book discusses the mythology of the Rotokas People. * Out of print.
Anonymous (1981b). “Earthquakes and the End of the World.” Oral History 9(4): 34. This article presents a myth from the Buin People.
Anonymous (1981g). “Two Brothers and Breadfruit.” Oral History 9(4): 63-68. This article presents a myth from an unspecified location.
Dawia, Alexander (1982a). “Oral History of Ta Clan, with a Case Study of the Sub-Clan Ta Lupumoiku, North Solomons Province.” Oral History 10(3): 60-85. This article presents several creation myths of the Siwai People.
Dawia, Alexander (1982b). “Report on Stone Monuments or Sacred Stones (Siwai, North Solomons Province).” Oral History 10(3): 86-97. This article presents several myths of the Siwai People.
Giddings, Rick (1975). “Some Myths and Legends from north-West Bougainville.” Oral History 3(8): 2-83, illustrated. This article presents 34 myths of the Keriaka, Konua (Kunua), Hahon Peoples (pp. 6-77).
Glennon John, ed., et al. (1993).A ueluatatir man doha kiukiu. Ukarumpa, Papua New Guinea: Southern Institute of Linguistics, 23 pp. This booklet is regarding the mythology of the Nehan People. * Out of print.
Griffin, Margie, ed. (1971).E sitoli noke te Buinilainke [Buin stories], Ukarumpa, Papua New Guinea: Southern Institute of Linguistics, 26 pp. * Out of print.
Hannett, Leo (1977). “From Nissan Language, North Solomons.” Oral History 5(3): 108-112. This article presents a myth of the Nehan (Nissan) People.
Laita, Leo (1977). “Buin Area, North Solomons Province.” Oral History 5(6): 75. This article presents a myth of the Buin People.
Lincoln, Peter Craig (1979).Describing Banoni:
an Austronesian language of southwest Bougainville. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Hawaii, 297 pp. This thesis includes 2 myths.
Moyle, Richard M. (2004).Nā Kkai Takū: Takū’s Musical Fables Boroko, Papua New Guinea: Institute of Papua New Guinea Studies. An anthology of fables from the Takū People, a Polynesian outlier located east of Bougainville Island. * In print
Oliver, Douglas L. (1967 ). A Solomon Island Society: Kinship and Leadership among the Siuai of Bougainville. Boston: Beacon Press, 535 pp., illustrated. Pages 39-62 describes mythology. Out of print: Search Amazon.com for this book.
Thurnwald, Richard G. (1912). Forschungen auf den Salomo-Inseln und dem Bismarck-Archipel [Research on the Solomon Islands and the Bismarck Archipelago]. Berlin: D. Reimer (E. Vohsen). * Out of print.
Thurnwald, Richard G. (1970 ).Profane literature of Buin, Solomon Islands Yale University Publications in Anthropology no. 8, 15 pp. This book discusses the mythology of the Buin People, with specific reference to songs. Out of print.