It’s a bumper episode this week, featuring an in-depth conversation between Sarah Bower and Belgian writer Kathleen Vereecken in which they discuss writing historical novels, the relationship between facts and storytelling and finding time to write in and around your assumed or imposed responsibilities.
Kathleen was in Norwich on a residency, staying in the writer’s cottage here on the Dragon Hall campus. You can find out more about residencies here.
Meanwhile, Steph and Simon are joined by Communications Director Alice Kent to introduce our upcoming book Walking Norwich: The Real and Imagined City. Released 21 May 2019 the book features award-winning writers sharing their experiences of the city and revealing their favourite hidden walks.
Hosted by Simon Jones and Steph McKenna.
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