Pip Adam is the author of three novels: Nothing to See (2020), The New Animals (2017), which won the Acorn Foundation Prize for Fiction, and I’m Working on a Building (2013); and the short story collection Everything We Hoped For (2010), which won the NZSA Hubert Church Best First Book Award for Fiction in 2011. Pip’s work has appeared in literary journals and anthologies in New Zealand and overseas. In 2012 she received an Arts Foundation of New Zealand New Generation Award. Pip facilitates writing workshops in universities and other settings, including with people affected by crime in prisons and communities. She makes the Better off Read podcast where she talks with authors about writing and reading.
Events at Word
BEDTIME STORIES FOR ANXIOUS ADULTSFriday, 30 October 7:30 pm
Join Pip Adam, Eamonn Marra, Tusiata Avia and and Laura Borrowdale, with your host, guest programmer Ray Shipley, as they tell hopeful, soothing small stories with live illustrations from The Spinoff's Toby Morris.
PIP ADAM: NOTHING TO SEESunday, 1 November 10:30 am
Pip Adam, author of the Ockham Award-winning The New Animals, discusses her latest novel Nothing to See, and her unique world view, with fellow novelist Carl Shuker.