Helen McNeil

Twenty-five years as a psychologist has lent Helen McNeils writing both insight and compassion.
She writes about ordinary people dealing with deep questions: Where is home? What does family mean? Are my beliefs worth the pain? Who am I?

She has had a number of short stories published in New Zealand. Cloud Ink Press has published two of her novels; ‘A Place to Stand’ in 2013 and ‘A Striking Truth’ in 2016. ‘A Striking Truth’ won the Bert Roth Labour History Award in 2018. She is currently working on a trilogy that explores what family means in an age of surrogacy and egg and sperm donation.

Meet Helen McNeil!

Time & date: March 29, 2023 07:00 PM
Visit her website. http://www.helenmcneil.com/

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