Portrait - Pip Williams

Pip
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Pip Williams was born in London, grew up in Sydney and now calls the Adelaide Hills home. She is the author of the memoir One Italian Summer and the national number one bestseller, The Dictionary of Lost Words, which was shortlisted for the Walter Scott Prize 2021. Pip has also published travel articles, book reviews, flash fiction and poetry.

 

Pip Williams was born in London, grew up in Sydney and now calls the Adelaide Hills home. She is the author of the memoir One Italian Summer and the national number one bestseller, The Dictionary of Lost Words, which was shortlisted for the Walter Scott Prize 2021. Pip has also published travel articles, book reviews, flash fiction and poetry.

 

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