Chowning, Martha Ann (1995). “Antagonistic Siblings and Wandering Creators: What Makes a Myth?” Melanesian Manuscript Series 00149, item 1. La Jolla: University of California, San Diego, Melanesian Studies Resource Center, 17 pp. *
Counts, Dorothy (1972). The Kaliai and the Story: Development and frustration in New Britain. Human Organization 31: 373-383. * This article discusses mythology of the Kaliai cargo cults.
Goodale, Jane C. (1995).To Sing with Pigs Is Human. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 269 pp., illustrated. This book contains several myths of the Kaulong People. In print!
Guinness, Patrick (1973).Bush and Village: An Analysis of Maututu Nakanai Mythology. Master’s Thesis, University of Sydney, 267 pp. This thesis discusses the mythology of the Lakalai People. *
Hashimoto, Kazuo, ed. (1990).A’alo se’i no anu vaikala Ata [Some Stories in Ata]. Ukarumpa, Papua New Guinea: Southern Institute of Linguistics, 20 pp. This booklet is about the Pele-Ata People. * Out of print.
Lattas, Andrew (1992). “Punishment of masks: cargo cults and ideologies of representation in West New Britain.” Canberra Anthropology 15: 69-88. * This article discusses the mythology of the Bali-Vitu People.
Lattas, Andrew (1998).Cultures of Secrecy: Reinventing Race in Bush Kaliai Cargo Cults. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 360 pp., illustrated. This book discusses the mythogy of the Kaliai cargo cults on several pages. Dorothy Ayers Counts & David R. Counts (Paideuma: Mitteilungen zur Kulturkunde 46: 323-328, 2000) reviewed this book and were highly critical Lattas’ interpretation and translation. Counts & Counts also criticized Lattas for not citing prior work on the Kaliai cargo cults, especially Counts (1972). In print!
Maschio, Thomas (1994).To Remember the Faces of the Dead: Plenitude of Memory in Southwestern New Britain. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 245 pp., illustrated. This book contains several myths of the Rauto People. In print!
Maschio, Thomas (1995). Mythic images and objects of myth in Rauto female puberty ritual. In: Lutkehaus, Nancy C. & Roscoe, Paul B. Gender Rituals: Female Initiation in Melanesia. New York: Routledge, pp. 131-161. The texts of two myths are presented in context. In print!
Rhoads, Jim & Specht, Jim (1980). “Aspects of the Oral History of the Bali-Witu Islands, West New Britain Province.” Oral History 8(8): 10-22. This article presents and discusses 4 myths from the Bali-Vitu (Bali-Witu) People (pp. 11-16, 22).
Specht, Jim (1980). “Aspects of the Oral History of the Bakovi People of West New Britain Province.” Oral History 8(8): 23-54. This article presents 12 myths from the Bola People.
Theng, Judith Helen (1997).Lakalai Tales: An Analysis. M.A. Thesis, Victoria University of Wellington, 436 pp., illustrated. This thesis discusses the mythology of the Lakalai People. *
Thurston, William R. (1994). “The Legend of Titikolo: An Anêm Genesis.” Pacific Studies 17(4):183-204. This article discusses the mythology of the Anem People and presents several myths.