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Rebecca Rouillard interviews novelist and non-fiction writer Caitlin Davies about her latest book, Family Likeness, published recently by Hutchinson.


Carmel Shortall visits The Word Factory in Soho for an evening celebrating New Irish Short Stories and finds out about their upcoming mentoring scheme for emerging short story writers.


American author Lydia Netzer talks to Maggie Womersley about homeschooling, being a Yankee in a southern town, and her hotly-tipped debut novel Shine Shine Shine.

Jean McNeil writes about her experiences in Kruger National Park, South Africa.


An excerpt from The Colony Room Club, 1948-2008 - A History of Bohemian Soho by Sophie Parkin.


Richard Hamblyn proposes that "much of the most gripping and ambitious writing today – and this includes screenwriting – can be found outside the fiction shelves."


Helen Bode speaks to Iranian storyteller Sahand Sahebdivani about growing up in The Netherlands and his upcoming London show, Poppies and Pomegranates.


In the next in our Independent Publishers series, Katherine Vik speaks to Sophie Lewis of boutique publisher And Other Stories.


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