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Cynan Jones, part 1

Cynan Jones speaks with James McConnachie about writing as a kind of imaginative remembering, the act of taking a novel from ninety to thirty thousand words in a single cut, and why it’s good to have more abandoned books in drawers than published ones on the shelf.

Episode: 173
Date: 21-06-2018
Length: 28:05
Cynan Jones, part 1
Image credit: Alice Fiorilli

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