Ep 83: Brannavan Gnanalingam and Pip Adam talk to Kirsten McDougall at Unity Books Wellington

This episode is a recording of a lunchtime event held at Unity Books in Wellington on 23 September 2020.

Brannavan and I both published books recently. We talked about Brannavan’s book Sprigs and my book Nothing to See

We talked to the amazing Kirsten McDougall

Thank you so much Unity Books and everyone who came along.

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