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‘I may have a science degree but I’m not a scientist. Equally, I know far too much science to be an ordinary member of the public. ‘
‘It’s all very well having an idea for a novel, or a topic for a non-fiction book, but it’s folly to think the ability to write leaks out of the atmosphere.’

Paul Dowswell speaks with Catherine O’Flynn about the constraints of the publishing industry, the importance of drama in the stories you choose to write, and what he wants to convey to young readers about zealotry and totalitarianism.

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