Murdoch Stephens is a novelist (Rat King Landlord) and non-fiction (Doing Our Bit: the campaign to Double the Refugee Quota) author, born in South Otago and based in Wellington. He is a founding member of Lawrence and Gibson publishing collective.
You discover that some of New Zealand's weirdest satirists are gathering at Foundation for a drink. You go along to hear readings from Sharon Lam, Murdoch Stephens, Rebecca K Reilly, Nathan Joe and Megan Dunn, with Ray Shipley as your host. Afterwards, you're never quite the same.
Satirist and renter Murdoch Stephens speaks with satirist and one-time landlord Danyl McLauchlan about Murdoch's new novel Rat King Landlord, the housing crisis, and life and debt.