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In conversation: Peter Wells and Shonagh Koea

In conversation: Peter Wells and Shonagh Koea

Peter Wells and Shonagh Koea are two of New Zealand’s finest writers, who are friends as well as literary colleagues.

Peter, who has many award-winning books and films to his credit, is the current writer in residence at the Michael King Writers’ Centre.

Shonagh has written seven novels and three collections of short stories. Random House recently reissued several of her works.

Join Peter and Shonagh for an informal chat about books, cats, auctions, gardens and other delights - over a glass of wine. Sunday April 27, 2014, 4 pm
Michael King Writers’ Centre, Summit Road
Takarunga Mt Victoria, Devonport (off Kerr St)

Entry by koha ($5)
Bookings recommended
assistant@writerscentre.org.nz

ENDS

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