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Unsettling Stories: CANCELLED

Where: The Piano: Centre for Music and the Arts, 156 Armagh Street , Christchurch

Restrictions: All Ages

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Listed by: WORD Christchurch

Clare Moleta's novel "Unsheltered" is about a woman searching for her missing daughter across a continent on the edge of collapse. 'It's your own worst nightmare. That's why you've written it', a friend commented, and she was right. How, and why, do novelists tackle the hard topics, writing through their own discomfort to produce important and unsettling books? Tracy Farr speaks with Clare, Brannavan Gnangalingam, author of Sprigs, about an elite boys school closing ranks after a rape, and Sue Orr, author of Loop Tracks, about a family crisis set during the unfolding catastrophe of COVID-19.

How, and why, do novelists tackle the hard topics? Clare Moleta, Brannavan Gnanalingam and Stephanie Johnson speak with Tracy Farr.

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