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Catherine Chidgey In Conversation with Debbie Jamieson

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A little over two decades ago Catherine Chidgey set the publishing world alight with her début novel, In a fishbone church. A bestseller in New Zealand and published around the world, it won the Hubert Church Award for Best First Book in the 1998 Montana New Zealand Book Awards, the Adam Award, the regional Commonwealth Prize for Best First Novel, and a Betty Trask Award in the UK, where it was also longlisted for the Orange Prize.

Catherine has followed up with five more novels, all of them acclaimed. Her most recent, the Ockham New Zealand Book Awards shortlisted Remote Sympathy is an interrogation of the concept of wilful obliviousness, using Nazi Germany as its setting.

At QWF, Catherine will chat to Queenstown journalist Debbie Jamieson about writing Remote Sympathy and touch on her earlier books and her current work in progress. Due to restrictions on travel from Waikato, this session will now be held via Zoom from the Sherwood Workshop.

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