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Ted Hughes Award winner Hollie McNish is a poet whose live readings are mesmerising. Expect strong language and adult themes ribbon wrapped in poetry and chat as Hollie reads from her much-anticipated new collection: Slug…and other things I’ve been told to hate.
From Finnish mermaids and soppy otters to Kellogg’s anti-masturbation pants, Slug is a book that holds a mirror up to the world, past and present, through Hollie’s driving, funny and beautiful words. A blend of poetry, memoir and short story, Slug is an absolutely joyful read about the human condition: from birth to death and her attempt to manage the tangle in between.
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