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An excerpt from Meg Vandermerwe's debut novel, Zebra Crossing: "Ghost. Ape. Living dead. Young and albino, Chipo has been called many things, but to her mother – Zimbabwe’s most loyal Manchester United supporter – she had always been a gift."


An excerpt from Dea Brovig's debut novel, published by Hutchinson last month.


An excerpt from Mark A Radcliffe's novel, Stranger Than Kindness, published by Bluemoose books last year.


An excerpt from Deborah Kay Davies' new book Reasons She Goes to the Woods, longlisted for the Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction.


An excerpt from Amy Bird's second novel, Three Steps Behind You - a psychological thriller, published by Carina UK this month.


An excerpt from Adam Marek's short story 'Tamagotchi', from his collection, The Stone Throwers, published by Comma Press.


The tired old question, Can Creative Writing be Taught, hit the news once again last week, fueled by some disparaging comments by Hanif Kureishi. In response Birkbeck Creative Writing MA alumnus, Maggie Womersley, demonstrates the skills she's aquired in her short story, 'Creative Writing', first published in the Mechanics' Institute Review 10.


An excerpt from Eat My Heart Out by Zoe Pilger, published by Serpent's Tail in January 2014. Zoe will be reading at Hubbub on Monday 10 March.


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