‘I distracted myself from not being able to write either a bird of prey poem, or a women wanting to fly poem, by thinking of women desiring wings… unexpectedly and irrationally, Anne Boleyn entered my mind.’
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Susan Fletcher speaks with Caroline Sanderson about the importance of setting to her novels, how her love of the natural world and writing outside helps her bring poetry to her prose, and what really motivates her as a novelist.