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E. 23 The Lost Letters of William Woolf
E22 The Importance Of Being Aisling
E. 21 The Atlas of Happiness with Helen Russell
E.20 Bram Presser on his best-selling debut The Book
E.19 Heather Morris: The Tattooist of Auschwitz
E.18 Sarah Perry and Melmoth
E.17 Liane Moriarty: Nine Perfect Strangers
E16. John Boyne talks about Ireland, gay marriage, and epic novels.
E15. Gail Jones talks about her latest novel, The Death Of Noah Glass
E.14 Cressida Cowell talks magic, creativity and imagination
E. 13 James Oswald talks about his latest crime-thriller, No Time To Cry
Ep. 12 Alicia Drake - I Love You Too Much: Paris, Love, Loss and Class.
E11. Sophie Mackintosh talks about her Booker-longlisted novel, The Water Cure.
E10. Daisy Johnson talks myths, environment and
E9. Ottessa Moshfegh on sleep, drugs, and irony in the 90s.
E8. Belinda Bauer talks about her Booker-longlisted novel, Snap.
E7. Tomi Adeyemi talks to us about her epic West African fantasy, Children of Blood and Bone
E6. Sophia Money-Coutts talks about sex scenes, hen parties and how we look at relationships
E5. Nikesh Shukla talks about destiny, grief, racist heckles and Star Trek
E4. Kate Murray-Browne Talks About Ghosts, The Housing Crisis And Her Novel Editing Process