Katharine McMahon speaks with Julia Copus about her novel The Crimson Rooms, and explains how women began to join the legal profession after World War 1.
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Diana Evans speaks with Frances Byrnes about how story and 'real life story' aren’t the same thing, what you really need to be writer, writing versus dancing and the need for more black writers.
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