Kate Colquhoun speaks with Carole Angier about the pleasures of rich source material and her need to be surprised while writing, the trials of ever-changing writing technology, and how her career as an author was started by a strawberry crinoline.
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Martina Evans considers her unlikely literary beginnings as the youngest of ten in a County Cork family: ‘I was known as a dreamer, a fumbler, a fool; if I was so busy dreaming, how did I notice so many things? My family asked this question too, even then.’
Elizabeth Speller speaks with George Miller about her transition from non-fiction to historical fiction.
Katie Grant speaks with Kona Macphee about how she came to be a writer, the differing roles of novelist and journalist and the musical journey she took in writing her latest novel.