Award winning poet Hollie McNish talks to Happiful's podcast ahead of her panel session at the free and virtual Hay on Wye festival, and to mark the arrival of her brilliant new book - Slug and Other Things I’ve Been Told to Hate. She chats about pleasure in all its forms, societal conditioning, the simple things and the kindness of strangers.
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