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The Corr Sisters
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Kate and Liz Corr – Q&A

About DAUGHTER OF DARKNESS, an original fantasy inspired by ancient Greek myth: Welcome to a Greece where the great bronze age cities, never fell. Where the heroes disappeared, but the ancient gods never retreated. Where magic manipulates nature, and the greatest crime of all is failing to believe in the divinity of the gods… Deina …

Amy McCaw
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Amy McCaw – Q&A

Amy McCaw is the author of Mina and the Undead, a YA murder mystery set in 1995 New Orleans, and the upcoming sequel Mina and the Slayers.   Her interests are books, movies and the macabre, and her writing has elements of all of these. If Amy’s not at a book event or reading, she …

Drew Gummerson
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Drew Gummerson – Q&A

Lambda Award finalist. Writer of The Lodger, Me and Mickie James, Seven Nights at the Flamingo Hotel. Kuper’s Tube coming Nov 22 Drew can be found at: Twitter: @drewgum Linktree: https://linktr.ee/drewgum Tell me what inspired you to write your debut novel? My debut, The Lodger, was written twenty years ago. I’d always wanted to write …

Anne Goodwin
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Anne Goodwin – Q&A

Anne Goodwin writes entertaining fiction about identity, mental health and social justice. She is the author of three novels and a short story collection published by small independent press, Inspired Quill. Her debut novel, Sugar and Snails, was shortlisted for the 2016 Polari First Book Prize. Her latest novel, Matilda Windsor Is Coming Home, is …

Timothy Baker
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Timothy Baker – Q&A

Timothy C. Baker was born in Baltimore, Maryland and grew up in southern Vermont. He studied at Vassar College and the University of Edinburgh, and now lives in northeast Scotland, where he teaches Scottish and contemporary literature at the University of Aberdeen. He is the author of four books of literary criticism, including Writing Animals …

Rebecca Pert
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Rebecca Pert – Q&A

She is the winner of the Cheltenham Literary Festival’s First Novel Award for her debut novel, STILL WATER, which will be published in the UK by HarperCollins’ Borough Press on 23rd June, and in Germany by HarperCollins’ Ecco Verlag on 25th October. Her poetry and flash fiction has appeared in Mslexia, Reflex Fiction, Cactus Heart …

Ivy Ngeow
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Ivy Ngeow – Q&A

Ivy Ngeow was born and raised in Johor Bahru, Malaysia. A graduate of the Middlesex University Writing MA programme, Ivy won the 2005 Middlesex University Literary Prize out of almost 1500 entrants worldwide. Her debut Cry of the Flying Rhino won the 2016 International Proverse Prize. She has written non-fiction for Marie Claire, The Star, …