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Fiona Shaw

Fiona Shaw

Fiona Shaw speaks with Frances Byrnes about being unexpectedly driven to write by her own severe emotions. Fiona Shaw tells Frances Byrnes of how she felt an affinity with her PhD subject — the poet, Elizabeth Bishop — but never anticipated being a writer herself until severe emotions forced something out of her.


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