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My Genre’s Status, part 3

In the third instalment of 'My Genre’s Status', we speak with RLF writers who struggle against being pigeonholed, and consider issues such as the way different countries categorise literature, the challenges of hybrid forms and the need to keep pushing the boundaries.

Episode: 359
Date: 17-03-2022
Length: 23:30
My Genre’s Status, part 3

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