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'Looking to the future, Busby believes that not only is it important to have black women writing corrective histories but also to have...Continue reading How The Stories Of Black Women In The UK Are Being Reclaimed by Paula Akpan

Deborah Kalb interviews Peter Adamson about his latest novel, The Kennedy Moment.

Q: How did your own...Continue reading Book Q&As with Deborah Kalb

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'@AuntieStuds's readable, personable book provides a much needed insight into an under-represented perspective on British life.'

Check out this great interview with the author of #SensibleFootwear & @jennyrobins for @brokenfrontier
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Am trying to get this to as many authors around the world as poss. Do please help!

The 2020 Sunday Times Audible Short Story award, worth £30,000 to the winner, is now open. Entries close on Friday, December 13.

Entry form and ts & cs here:

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'One thing I wish neurotypical parents of autistic children knew is that you are your child’s first and most important ally....'

@smallreprieves, author of #HowToBeAutistic for @theautismpage

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'I think the real Harriet would be astonished to learn that people all around the world have heard of her, and have learned about what happened to her...'

Great Q&A with @Elizjhaynes on @deborahkalb's blog!

#themurderofharrietmonckton #Harriet

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