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Poet Mathew Henderson on hard labour and lust and loneliness on the oilfields.
Priscila Uppal: How to Mourn the Living
Priscila Uppal talks about reconciliation and writing the reality of the mother who abandoned her as a child.
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Donna Morrissey shows us some priceless family mementos alongside some of her most-read books.
Lauren B. Davis: The Great Era of the Drunken Writer Is Over
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No One-Trick Pony, Ashley Spires Says So Long to Binky
Ashley Spires on life after her Binky the Space Cat series and other tales of inspiration.
Sean Kelly on Metal Music and a Quest for Freedom
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