Patron Margaret Atwood in conversation
On adapting The Handmaid’s Tale for screen and writing in Norwich

Writer and National Centre for Writing Patron Margaret Atwood visited Dragon Hall recently and was kind enough to talk to us about her career, writing in Norwich and how the emergence of online streaming platforms has made it possible for her books to be adapted for screen.

Find out more about the launch of the National Centre for Writing here.

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