Miranda Miller & Vox highlights

MIranda Miller works to finish a novel, visits an exhibition related to an old one, and considers whether she wants to ‘be a brand’ in the brave new world of 21st century publishing, in her audio diary.

We also feature two recent pieces from the Vox section of our website, 'Letter to my younger self', from John Greening and Mary Colson.

Episode: 104
Date: 09-02-2017
Length: 25:15
Miranda Miller & Vox highlights

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