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In Conversation... Anne Kennedy and Iain Sharp

In Conversation at the Michael King Writers' Centre....Anne Kennedy and Iain Sharp

Anne Kennedy has had success in every genre she tackles - fiction, poetry and film. Her latest volume of poetry won its category in the 2013 NZ Post Book Awards. Her latest novel The Last Days of the National Costume is a finalist in the fiction category of this year’s awards. She holds The University of Auckland Residency at the Michael King Writers’ Centre, working on her next novel.

In his day job Iain Sharp is a manuscripts librarian in the Sir George Grey Special Collections at Auckland Library. He is well known as a reviewer and writer, as a poet and he has authored two books.

Join them in a conversation about the world of writing over a glass of wine.

Sunday August 24, 2014, 4 pm

Michael King Writers’ Centre, Summit Road

Takarunga Mt Victoria, Devonport (off Kerr St)

Entry by koha ($5)

Bookings recommended (by August 22)


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