Laryn, Wilma Giordano, Tales from the wood’s edge - a memoir. Publisher: Wilma Giordano Laryn, ISBN978-0-473-65322-4, 2022.
Coccaro Miranda, Giovanna. Gli atteggiamenti verso l’Italia e la lingua italiana dei figli di italiani (di età compresa tra I 20 e I 60 anni) nati e residenti in Nuova Zelanda,
Ph. D thesis, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington. Una copia della tesi è disponibile anche in Italia presso il Centro di documentazione sulle popolazioni e le culture italiane nel mondo,Fondazione Giovanni Agnelli, Torino.
Copland, Tessa. “Italians.” Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand. Updated 21 December 2006. http://www.TeAra.govt.nz/NewZealanders/NewZealandPeoples/Italians/en
Duder, Tessa. In Search of Elisa Marchetti: A Writer’s Search for her Italian Family. London: Penguin, 2002.
Elenio, Paul, Criscillo Sal and Hardwick, Kate (eds). Food and Family – Tastes and Memories of Italy, Wellington, Mediterranean Food Warehouse, 2013.
Elenio, Paul. Alla fine del mondo – to the ends of the earth: a history of Italian migration to the Wellington region. Wellington: Club Garibaldi, 2012.
Ersilio, Michel. “Emigrazione livornese nella Nuova Zelanda” Bollettino Storico Livornese. 1938. 395-400.
Giordano Laryn, Wilma. Tales from the Wood's Edge – a memoir. Wilma Giordano Laryn 2022. ISBN 978-0-473-65322-4
Giorgio, Adalgisa.Some reflections on the relevance of mammism in the Italian diaspora in Wellington, in: Penelope Morris, Perry Willson (Eds.), Forum: Mothers and mammismo in the Italian diaspora, Altreitalie, 50 (2015), pp 152–155 and 143–161
Giorgio, Adalgisa. The Italian family, motherhood and Italianness in New Zealand. The case of the Italian community of Wellington in Women's Studies International Forum, Volume 52, September–October 2015, pp 53–62
Short film called TIDE, 1994, Zee Films, New Zealand Synopsis: A group of villagers living at Makara on Wellington's south coast in 1946 find a man drowned in the surf. They must decide how to dispose of the body. Memories of war and loss come to the fore as a wedge is driven between the men and woman of the settlement.
Hill, Sarah Patricia. “Italiani Agli Antipodi: Italian Immigrants in New Zealand.” In The Cultures of Italian Migration, edited by Graziella Parati and Anthony Julian Tamburri, 127–139. Madison; Teaneck: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2011.
Hindmarsh, Gerard. Angelina. From Stromboli to D'Urville Island: a Family's Story. Nelson, N.Z.: Craig Potton Pub., 2004.
Hobbs, Leslie. Kiwi Down the Strada. Christchurch: Whitcombe & Tombs, 1963.
Italian Community in Wellington oral history project. Wellington: Oral History Archive, Alexander Turnbull Library,1993.
Jacobs, Susan, 2012, In Love and War – Kiwi soldiers’ romantic encounters in wartime Italy, Penguin Group (NZ).
Kinder, John, 1987, Transference markers: verbal devices for making transference in the speech of first generation Italian-English bilinguals in and around Turangi, Ph. D Thesis, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington.
Laracy, Eugénie, and Hugh Laracy. The Italians in New Zealand and other studies. Auckland: Società Dante Alighieri, 1973.
Lay, Graeme. Alice & Luigi. Auckland: David Ling Publishing, 2006.
Moleta, Vincent. Family Business: An Italian-New Zealand Story. Canterbury University Press, 2012.
New Zealand, an immigrant nation. The unbroken thread: the Italians [videorecording]. Producer, Vincent Burke; director, Caterina De Nave. Wellington: Top Shelf Productions, 1994. Excerpts from An immigrant nation - the unbroken thread
Page, Dion, ed. Famiglie Strombolani in Nuova Zelanda. Wellington: Stromboli Connection Organising Group, 2000.
Patete, Antonella, 1993, L’emigrazione da Stromboli e Massalubrense a Wellington, tesi di laurea per l’università di Roma.
Price, Karen and Stade, Karen. Pasta, Prayer and Promise - the story of Nelson's Italian Community 1863-2014
Simpson, Tony, Ambiguity & innocence: the New Zealand Division and the Occupation of Trieste, May 1945 , ISBN 9780986451980, Paekakariki : Silver Owl Press, 
Political cartoonist Malcolm Evans tells his father's story of war in this documentary. Major Hilary Evans was exempt from conscription but he chose to fight in World War II. He was a prisoner of war who escaped and lived rough in Italy's hills and mountains to avoid recapture. Using his father's letters and diaries as well as interviews with people in parts of Italy, Evans builds up a picture of his father, the soldier. My Father's War in Italy played as part of the Documentary New Zealand strand on TV One. http://www.nzonscreen.com/title/tevans-il-maggiore---my-fathers-war-in-italy-2000
Two published articles by Dr Giovanna Miranda in relation to the Italian community here in New Zealand. The articles have also been published in an online journal called BOLLETTINO ITALS, numero di febbraio 2008, dell'università CA' Foscari di Venezia.