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‘I use writing to figure out where I fit in: where my responsibility begins and ends, and what shape it is.’

John Siddique speaks with Frances Byrnes about his troubled childhood, how literature provided him with a proxy family, and the power of colours in his own writing.

‘I lived in Andersonstown, Belfast, I was teaching there. And what I saw incensed me, so I wrote about that.’
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