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Lesley Glaister speaks with Caroline Sanderson about the mystery of why some of her characters roar into life while others don’t; pays tribute to Hilary Mantel as a friend and mentor of her work; and argues that the heart of her fiction doesn’t only lie in darkness, but also in the triumph of the human spirit.

‘A comic squib about domestic angst, which began ‘There’s a nasty niff in the downstairs loo’, developed its own agenda…’

Lucy Flannery speaks with Catherine O’Flynn about internal monologues, making the leap into writing comedy, thinking as an important aspect of working and the act of writing as achieving a balance between ‘crippling self-doubt and alarming chutzpah’.

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