“The biggest lesson has been in being myself, and finding what it is that only I can write.”
The literary festival is a form by which we communicate to an audience, and gather together like-minded people. What we do with that form is entirely up to us. It is vital that programmers consider deeply the context in which we live, play, read and...
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We spoke with Fiona Wright, author of Small Acts of Disappearance (shortlisted for this year’s Stella Prize), ahead of Between The Covers on March 23.