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From A Shag To A Distant Room

From A Shag To A Distant Room

Auckland Central City Libraries and the New Zealand Book Council are proud to present Stephanie Johnson, winner of the 2003 Montana New Zealand Book Awards Deutz Medal for Fiction, reading at the Leys Institute Community Library, Thursday 1 July, 6.00pm - 7.00pm.

Sharp-edged, sensitive and witty, Johnson is a versatile writer, moving from poetry to prose, to plays for radio and the stage. Following on the success of The Shag Incident, Johnson’s new book Music From a Distant Room promises another brilliant read.

Join Stephanie Johnson for a reading and discussion of her work.
Leys Institute Community Library, Thursday 1 July, 6pm 20 St Mary’s Road, Ponsonby Auckland.

For bookings phone the Leys Institute 09 374 1315 All enquiries phone Central City Libraries 09 377 0209

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