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Amanda Mitchison & Lucy Moore

Amanda Mitchison shares the ways she’s entwined with Scottish history, and how one of Scotland’s great historical outrages reached through time to shape the course of her novel.

Lucy Moore explores the challenges of choosing a subject, the dangers of identifying too closely, and how she looks for stories that both allure her and also urgently need telling.

Episode: 180
Date: 09-08-2018
Length: 26:30
Amanda Mitchison & Lucy Moore

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