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Elodie Barnes talks to Emily Cooper about her debut collection Glass: poems which shift and reflect on the ideas of home as architectural space, home as memory space, permanence, impermanence, and the ‘ownership’ of stories.
Read More “Interview with poet Emily Cooper: ‘I’m obsessed with recording memories and stories’”
Our writer Suzannah Ball talks to award-winning author, Litro editor and mentor, Catherine McNamara about her latest collection of flash fiction, the differences between flash and the short story form, and how travel and migration have influenced her work.
Read More “Interview with award-winning author Catherine McNamara: ‘I wanted to write about love, in different forms, different lives and different times of our lives too’”
In her fourth virtual dinner party of the series, Susanna Crossman talks to poets Elodie Rose Barnes, Nancy Campbell, Priya Sarukkai Chabria and Alina Stefanescu about poets as ‘wonder-workers’, poems as rafts and echoes, writing the life of Djuna Barnes, revisiting Tagore’s Gitanjali and much more.
Read More “The Dinner Party Reloaded 4: The Poets”
Emma Hanson talks to novelist Buki Papillon about her stunning debut, An Ordinary Wonder, her literary inspirations, studying law and getting over rejection as a writer.
Read More “Interview with Buki Papillon: ‘Know the rules, so that you can break them’”
Elodie Rose Barnes talks to author, performer and singer, Rosie Garland, about discovering the magic of words as a child, being an outsider, the importance of reading poetry out loud and the feminist gothic found in her novels.
Read More “Interview with acclaimed poet & novelist, Rosie Garland: ‘Rosie Lugosi, my alter-ego lesbian vampire queen, was all about disobedient queerness’”