Eleanor Updale speaks with Kona Macphee about 'all-ages' writing, the ills of contemporary education and the wonder of London’s underground sewers.
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Ruth Thomas speaks with Kona Macphee about short- and long-form fiction, the role of imagery in her work and the challenges of balancing life and career.
Brian Keaney speaks with Robin Blake about growing up London Irish and the challenges of identity that presented, jumping from a secure teaching job into the precarious freelancery of writing, and how he wrote his first novel to discover the secret behind a pair of mysteries.