National Writers Series | InterlochenBorn and raised in Auckland, Brigid Lowry is a young adults' author, poet and short story writer. Her poems and short stories have been published widely, and in Lowry was awarded a residency at Ledig House in upstate New York. In she became the Buddle Findlay Sargeson Fellow. She teaches creative writing and has long been involved with arts projects. LOWRY , Brigid - is a children's and young adult writer as well as a poet and short story writer. Brigid Lowry was born and raised in Auckland.
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Ramona Koval : Hello. When the Soviet empire collapsed in the late 80s and early 90s, after the talk of glasnost and perestroika, there was much to be hoped for, to anticipate and to expect in the new Russian future. And since then, after first Yeltsin and now Putin and show trials of oligarchs and journalists getting murdered, and just last week a court in Moscow sentenced a Russian nationalist to life imprisonment for murdering a prominent human rights lawyer and journalist. So the Russian landscape can look a little confusing from here at the bottom of the world. This is when we turn to novelists, who can often tell the truth about life while making things up.
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