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James Woodall

James Woodall

James Woodall speaks with Robin Blake about accidental career influences, his love of Latin America and escaping biography. James Woodall speaks with Robin Blake about how his mother is accidentally responsible for his writing career and some of his subject matter, how his love of Spanish music eventually led him to Latin America, and wanting to escape the constraints of biography.


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