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Ep 44 Murray Hewitt and Pip Adam Talk

March 13th, 2017

The work of video artist Murray Hewitt is the topic of this discussion with Pip Adam. https://betterreadnz.wordpress.com/

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Episode 43: Pip Adam My Favourite Cindy - Bobby and Cindi

February 23rd, 2017

This is me reading a response I wrote as part of the City Gallery Wellington, Tuatara Open Late - My Favourite Cindy that was held on 2 February, 2017

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Ep 42 Danyl Mclauchlan: Time Travel by James Gleick

February 9th, 2017

Time Travel by James Gleick is the subject of today's discussion about reading and writing with Pip Adam.

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Ep 41 Rachel O’Neill: The Argonauts

November 22nd, 2016

The Argonauts by Maggie Nelson is the subject of today's discussion about reading and writing with Pip Adam.

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Ep 40 Louise Wallace, Francis Cooke and Pip Adam talk about Starling

November 8th, 2016

Starling, an online literary journal showcasing the best poetry and prose written by young New Zealanders is the topic of todays talk with Pip Adam.

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Ep 39 Helen Lehndorf: Sketchbooks by Derek Jarman

October 25th, 2016

Sketchbooks by Derek Jarman is the subject of today's discussion about reading and writing with Pip Adam.

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Ep 38 Lee Posna: Arboretum by Lee Posna

October 11th, 2016

Arboretum by Lee Posna is the subject of today's discussion about reading and writing with Pip Adam.

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Ep 37 Sugar Magnolia Wilson and Pip Adam talk about Chasing Great: The Richie McCaw Biopic

September 27th, 2016

Chasing Great the Richie McCaw biopic is the subject of today's discussion about reading and writing with Pip Adam.

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Ep 36 Nick Ascroft and Pip Adam talk about Throwback: The Music of 2007

September 13th, 2016

Throwback: The Music of 2007 by Nick Ascroft is the subject of today's discussion about reading and writing with Pip Adam.

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Ep 35 Emma Hislop and Pip Adam talk about The Mare by Mary Gaitskill

August 30th, 2016

The Mare by Mary Gaitskill is the subject of today's discussion about reading and writing with Pip Adam.

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