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Pip Adam

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PIP ADAM gained an MA in Creative Writing with Distinction from Victoria University in 2007. Her work has appeared in Sport, Glottis, Turbine, Lumiere Reader, Hue & Cry, Landfall and Blackmail Press. Her work has also appeared in publications produced in conjunction with two exhibitions at the Wellington City Art Gallery and her reviews have appeared in Metro. She is currently working toward her PhD Creative Writing at Victoria University. Her PhD project explores how engineers describe the built environment. She is using this research to write stories about our relationships with built forms and the structures that hold them up.

Everything We Hoped For won the NZ Post Best First Book Award in 2011 and is an unusually strong
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I'm Working on a Building

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Everything We Hoped For

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I read this on my e-book reader, which was odd. It has taken me a long time to read this book. My friend Giovanni said it was a hard book to read and it certainly is but it also feels like a really important book too. Yeah, I liked it, but I didn't e ...more
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I loved this wee book.It was really profound for its sizeand I loved the way it was so concentrated. It was great to read it in one day. It hummed along but was also beautiful and imagistic.
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