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Preamble -- A Walk in the Cevennes, September 2009 -- A Walk to the Winter Palace, Menton, September 2009 -- A Walk to the Botanical Gardens, Dunedin, May 2010 -- A Walk on Shaky Ground, Christchurch, September 2010/February 2011 -- Afterword: The Solitary Walker, Otanerito, May 201. Text interspered with 20 'earthquake' poems.
Fiona Farrell is an award-winning novelist, playwright and poet. In 2006 she held the Rathcoola Residency in Ireland, where she wrote The Pop-Up Book of Invasions (Auckland University Press, 2007), a finalist at the Montana NZ Book Awards. Her most recent novels are Mr Allbones Ferrets (2007) and Limestone (2009), both shortlisted for the International IMPAC Award. Farrell received the New Zealand Prime Minister's Award for Fiction in 2007. She lives at Otanerito, Banks Peninsula, but is spending the year in Dunedin as recipient of the 2011 Robert Burns Fellowship.