Dignity is published on 4 April. Although many of the social and historical aspects of Dignity come from family experience and other primary and secondary sources, none of its characters are from life. My father’s life, however, ghosts these pages in many ways, though he doesn’t appear in the book. I wrote it whilst grieving […]
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Pigeon

Omar Sabbagh compares this north-Wales set debut novel of homecoming with Faulkner in its collusion of inner and outer spaces

PUBLISHED ON: 03/05/16

CATEGORY: Reviews

…(Write it!) like disaster. Elizabeth Bishop, ‘One Art’   In a different life, writing out of a scraggy, brittle, but yet, at times limpid and atmos …

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