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A Tribute to Helen Dunmore. The Moment: Gone Forever, but also Here, Now

I was very saddened to read of Helen Dunmore’s death earlier this month and I wanted to republish this (rather long) interview that describes our meeting in Edinburgh, back in 2008.  I can still picture her sitting in the Signing … Continue reading

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Commemorating the First World War in Fiction

We will remember them. Commemorating the First World War in fiction. BY LUCINDA BYATT, M.K. TOD & EMMA CAZABONNE Memory and storytelling, the art of bringing past events alive, are arguably among the most powerful drivers of historical fiction. Recent … Continue reading

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Solander 24 (November 2008)

The latest copy of Solander popped through the cat flap a couple of mornings ago (anything that is too big for the postbox comes in with the cat). It’s a good issue with several excellent articles.  One that stood out … Continue reading

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