Elizabeth Kerekere was born in Turanganui-a-Kiwa (Gisborne) and was brought up in Dunedin. She works in the community in the public sector. She has written non-fiction articles in museum and tattoo publications. Her key community involvement is as President of the Amazon Softball Club which is the oldest surviving lesbian/gay sport club in New Zealand. She is currently living in Porirua with her partner Alofa and her cat Blackie.
- Phone conversation with Elizabeth Kerekere on 27 July 1998.
- Spiral 7: A Collection of Lesbian Art and Writing from Aotearoa/New Zealand. Ed. Heather McPherson, Julie King, Marian Evans and Pamela Gerrish Nunn. Wellington, N.Z.: Spiral and Daphne Brasell, 1992. 61.
- "Preparing the Art World for Māori Dykes." Ed. Elizabeth Kerekere, Lauren Lethal, Jane Zusters and Megan Cook. Lesbians Newsletter. Rpt. in Spiral 7: A Collection of Lesbian Art and Writing from Aotearoa/New Zealand. Eds. Heather McPherson, Julie King, Marian Evans and Pamela Gerrish Nunn. Wellington, N.Z.: Spiral; Daphne Brasell, 1992. 61-65.
- This is the transcript of a session entitled "Lesbians Discuss Heterosexual Visibility in the Visual Arts’ presented by Elizabeth Kerekere, Lauren Lethal and Jane Zusters at the Dowse Art Museum on 27 January 1991. Kerekere discusses the depiction of sexuality in traditional Māori carving and contemporary Māori art.