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Courttia Newland

Courttia Newland

Courttia Newland speaks with Catherine O’Flynn about taking inspiration from TV and music, diversity in publishing and his multi-genre career. Courttia Newland speaks with Catherine O’Flynn about childhood inspiration from TV and music, his doubts about diversity initiatives in publishing and the threads linking his work across different media and genres.


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