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‘Writing a novel, one has to feel strongly about the theme that is its driving force, so discovering my underlying concerns has been helpful.’
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Caroline Smailes takes us for a soak at the Victoria Baths in Manchester, a self-proclaimed Water Palace of the Victorian era.

Mark Illis explores Blackheath in south-east London, and the layers of memory that cluster there.

Clare Fisher wanders the many ginnels, alleys, nooks and crannies of Leeds, and examines their role in inspiring her writing.

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