Two years and counting

The Hope Fault on the floor with cat

Two years ago The Hope Fault – my second novel – was published in Australia and New Zealand by Fremantle Press. I want to offer this quiet book a little noise and celebration and pride, to mark its path in the world, and to thank those who’ve helped it on its way. Catherine Robertson gave … Read more…

Writers on Mondays – Hopeful Animals, Wellington

Writers on Mondays programme front page 2017

I’m really excited about being part of the International Institute of Modern Letters (IIML) Writers on Mondays programme this year, which includes – as well as a whole mob of great New Zealand writers – Australian writer Charlotte Wood (24 July – see programme). Writers on Mondays has been running for nearly a decade now, … Read more…

Pip Adam reviews The Hope Fault for The Pantograph Punch

Pip Adam’s long-form review (read it online) of The Hope Fault was published this week in online arts and culture mag The Pantograph Punch. It’s a treat to have such attention and consideration focussed on the novel. … a large part of what makes her work so compelling … [is] the graft of a story well told. Farr uses space, time and … Read more…