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Paul Dowswell, part 1

Paul Dowswell

Paul Dowswell speaks with Catherine O’Flynn about childhood classics, his early career and knowing what you’re good at. Paul Dowswell speaks with Catherine O’Flynn about childhood classics such as Molesworth and Noggin the Nog, starting out in publishing as an image researcher, writing to order as a staff member and then freelancer, and knowing what you’re good at.


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