The Hope Fault one of NZ Listener’s 100 Best Books of 2017

Listener Best Books 2017

The Hope Fault has been listed as one of the 100 Best Books of 2017 by New Zealand Listener magazine (25 November 2017 issue). The list, compiled by Listener books editor Russell Baillie and the Listener team, covers fiction and non-fiction, New Zealand and international, and I am thrilled to see my book in such good company. Quietly brilliant second … Read more…

‘A way with words: Writing as a physical activity’ for NZ Listener

New Zealand Listener has this year been running a regular feature, A way with words, in which they invite New Zealand writers to describe their writing day. I was thrilled to be asked to write a piece, and my contribution was published this week (the issue dated 6 May 2017, on newsstands the week before that) under the … Read more…

Catherine Robertson reviews The Hope Fault for NZ Listener

The Hope Fault (Fremantle Press, 2017)

Catherine Robertson reviewed The Hope Fault for New Zealand Listener (8 April 2017 edition – dated today, but on newsstands last weekend). … Tracy Farr’s quietly brilliant second novel … is an accomplished, immersive, moving book. Highly recommended.— Catherine Robertson, NZ Listener Click on the image below left to read the full review.