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5 Short Stories to Start the Week with a Different Perspective

  To kick off the week Rhiannon Smith has chosen a handful of must-read short stories: 1. ‘The Yellow Wallpaper’ by Charlotte Perkins Gilman The classic, must-read story of mental health and oppression, and an important piece of feminist literature. But simply, this is a really good story, a ‘madwoman ...read more →

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Writing Mr Wigg

We publish the wonderful Mr Wigg in April. Here author Inga Simpson tells us what made her write this delightful story. Like many books, the ideas for Mr Wigg came from several directions and turned out nothing like I had planned. I wanted to write a realist novel, set in ...read more →

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Rob Delaney in the UK

Rob Delaney, author of Rob Delaney: Mother. Wife. Sister. Human. Warrior. Falcon. Yardstick. Turban. Cabbage. has been doing some stellar events over here in the UK. He was at Foyles on Wednesday 5 February to talk Twitter, trolling and the Tea Party with author and journalist Hadley Freeman. You can see ...read more →

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Ajay Close at the Pitlochry Literary Festival

Ajay Close is the author of our wonderful February publication Trust. You can see her talk at the Pitlochry Festival Theatre at the end of this month. Ajay Close and Sue Peebles are both award-winning novelists – but is that where the similarity between their work ends? No, the connections ...read more →

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