To celebrate the launch of the 2019 Benedict Kiely Short Story Competition, we caught up with last years winner, Louise Farr, to hear more about her work and what competitions like this mean to emerging writers. Omagh Literary Festival: Hi Louise. Tell us a bit about your winning short story, Sing to Me, and how […]
The Art of the Short Story: Tessa Hadley and Lucy Hughes-Hallett discuss with Mark Ford. Back by popular demand at the Queen’s Park Book Festival 29 June. Full programme here: https://t.co/8xyCtq3XOQ
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‘When I started I thought I wasn’t a person with a good memory but you tap into uncanny places where you have things saved up that you didn’t know you did until you got to that level.’ Tessa Hadley in The Times (2017) via “How Tessa Hadley Writes“
Elena Ferrante’s Art of Fiction interview is free this week. Find out what else we’ve unlocked:
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This week’s features include an interview with Elena Ferrante, a poem by Jorge Luis Borges and a story by Haruki Murakami.