Interview: Kim Hill

By Diana Wichtel In Culture

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25th August, 2012
Why would I?” demands the voice down the phone from Wellington. “Whyhy-hy would I?” Kim Hill. She’s already in full, distinctively waspish, slightly scary flight and all I’ve done is ask for an interview. The last time she spoke to the Listener, she reminds me in no uncertain terms, she ended up on the cover, dealing to the sort of wildly wide of the mark gossip that media types attract. “It was just horrible.” The whole thing was a perfect postmodern cautionary tale of how that dangerous doppelganger, a person’s media profile, can take on a preposterous life of its ...

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