Interviews

A Note From Literature Works’ CEO, Helen Chaloner

“The two months since I joined Literature Works as CEO have been an exhilarating whirlwind of meeting and discovery, learning so much about the incredible variety of literary activity taking place in our region”

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Birte Hosken

“There is nothing more inspiring to any writer than seeing nature and countryside on a daily basis.” We interview Birte Hosken.

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InterviewsReviews

We Review Trouble Next Door and Catch Up with Writer Chris Higgins

Trouble Next Door is the first novel in a brand new series for 5 – 7 year olds from Chris Higgins. A charming story about two little girls navigating a new friendship will appeal to young readers and adults alike…

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#DevourtheBook Blog Tour: Top Tips On Creating a Sense of Place by L.A. Larkin

To celebrate the publication of her latest novel, Devour – published 26th January 2017 by Constable – Literature Works is pleased to be taking part in the #DevourtheBook blog tour.

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An Interview With Amanda Saint

“One of the biggest things I learned in writing my first novel is that you should resist the temptation to edit when writing the first draft. Just keep going until you get to the end or you get stuck editing and not creating any new words.”

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Cassandra Parkin

Literature Works caught up with Cassandra Parkin, author of the recently published (and Lit Works reviewed) Lily’s House to discuss the importance of the South West in her writing, how ‘magic’ and reality can blend in fiction and her number one tip for new writers…

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The Light That Gets Lost

“I think you must keep faith with yourself and your story, if things don’t seem to be going well you have to keep going and trust that things will become clearer the further you delve …”

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Adam Nevill: Some Will Not Sleep

“The short story is the main foundation of horror; it did the most work to establish the field, and maybe the horror short story set out the aesthetic aims of all horror that followed in all mediums …”

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Thin Air

“The higher you go, the darker it gets …” Our review & interview with Thin Air author Michelle Paver

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Emily Bitto

“Don’t think you are going to become a good writer without spending years reading other people’s work. Reading is the best apprenticeship you can get. Just read, read, read!”

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Betjeman Poetry Prize

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