Tom Coffman, noted author on the subject of Hawaiian politics and documentarian.
- Catch a Wave, A Case Study of Hawaii Politics, 1972
- A Nation Within, 1998.
- The Isand Edge of America, 2003.
- May Earth Live: A Journey through the Hawaiian Forest, a documentary about the people who are working to preserve one of Earth's great biological treasures, the ancient forests of Hawaii. May the Earth Live is a co-production of Hawaiian Public Television and Tom Coffman, with Coffman as producer/director/writer and Joy Chong-Stannard as director/editor. [
- Arirang: The Korean-American Journey, 2003. 
- Nation Within
- O Hawaii: Hawaii From Settlement to Kingdom
Coffman began his career in Hawaii as a journalist working first for the Honolulu Advertiser and then for the Honolulu Star-Bulletin.
- Tom Coffman -- Writer, Producer (TomCoffman.com)
- On Books
- 100 years -- 'Nation Within' examines the motives for annexation By Burl Burlingame (Honolulu Star-Bulletin, 8-3-98)
- New book acknowledges theft of Hawaiian nation -- Many people, both here and in Washington, D.C., used 'extra-legal' methods to ensure annexation By Kehaulani Lum (Honolulu Star-Bulletin, 7-31-98)
- May Earth Live (PBS Hawaii)
- Earthly Treasures -- Tom Coffman's documentary urges people to be cognizant of their impact on our fragile ecoystem (Honolulu Star-Bulletin, 11-06-00)
- Arirang 1 & 2 (NAATA)
- Flight for Freedom -- A KHET documentary airing Monday captures the Koreans' quest for cultural identity as isle immigrants and in their occupied land by Gary C.W. Chun (Honolulu Star-Bulletin, 1-9-03]
- Overlooked history -- Korean-American saga resumes with new generation's struggle By Gary C.W. Chun (Honolulu Star-Bulletin, 7-1-03)
- Film looks at low WWII isle internee numbers -- A filmmaker focuses on how communities protected local nisei By Ron Staton (Honolulu Star-Bulletin, 12-6-04)
- Other Articles
- Hiram, Henry and the peaceable weaving of Hawaii By Tom Coffman (Honolulu Star-Bulletin, 11-14-04)
- Let’s forget about the Akaka Bill (Honolulu Star-Bulletin, 9-25-05)