Annie Mac: Mother Mother

Queen’s Park resident and internationally renowned DJ and broadcaster talks about her Sunday Times Bestselling debut novel

In her exciting debut novel, local resident and internationally renowned DJ Annie Mac has written a powerful coming of age novel and an intimate family study about family, grief, addiction and motherhood. Annie will be in conversation about her book, life and work on the festival’s main stage.

“A page-turning exploration of grief, addiction, young motherhood and unbreakable family ties.”

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Annie Macmanus

Annie Macmanus, popularly known as Annie Mac, is an internationally renowned DJ, broadcaster, events curator and more. Annie presents the most influential show on BBC Radio 1 and can be seen on the biggest stages of music festivals around the UK and the world.

She also produces her own podcast, Changes with Annie Mac, where she chats to artists, writers, musicians and a host of fascinating people about change. She grew up in Ireland, but now lives in London. Mother Mother is her debut novel.

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