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‘Haroun and the Sea of Stories’ by Salman Rushdie

The last time I encountered Salman Rushdie’s work it was in the form of ‘Midnight’s Children‘. I was immediately struck by his vivacity of language. Six hundred pages on however, I was decidedly less enthralled. Its textual aesthetics struggled to carry me over its sheer scale and by the time I reached the last page I … Continue reading

CHERYL MOORE on childhood in Iran and writing b*!ches

The blogsphere is literally exploding with talented writers and poets, very few of whom get the attention they deserve. INTERVIEWS will introduce you to a new generation of writers and thinkers. So watch this space, who knows what you’ll find . . .  Writer and illustrator Cheryl Moore talks about her childhood in Iran, her love of … Continue reading

Budding Writer: Rebecca Sweeney

Welcome to the Budding Writers Series. Here you will find interviews with budding writers in and around Edinburgh. Its purpose is not only to highlight the amazing literary potential within the city, but also to give advice and inspiration to other new writers. Meet our next Budding Writer, Rebecca Sweeney. Currently studying English Literature and … Continue reading

The Budding Writer: Jennifer Hayward

Welcome to the first of (hopefully) many interviews with budding writers in and around Edinburgh. Their purpose is not only to highlight the amazing literary potential within the city, but also to give advice (new writer-to-new writer) to other budding writers. First in line is literature student, Jennifer Hayward. Currently studying at the University of … Continue reading

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