Sunday, February 23, 2014
Censorship is never a good idea: Rebecca Kanner talks about Sinners and the Sea and the Christian readers who boycott it
Anna Hope talks about her fantastic debut, Wake, how being an actor might help her writing, the difference between the UK and the USA, her obsession with extreme weather, and so much more
Anna Hope's astonishing debut, Wake, takes place over just five days, where three distinct women grapple with the ramifications of World War I, and how it impacts both them and the men they love. I'm thrilled to have Anna here. Thank you so much, Anna.
Christian Jungersen talks about You Disappear, brain trauma, the uneasy question of moral responsibility and so much more
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