Tessa Hadley, Frances Wilson, Deborah Levy and Suzi Feay discuss their writing heroes and reflect on the female literary landscape.
Tessa Hadley is frequently described as one of the finest writers of her generation and her most recent novel, Clever Girl, is a meticulously observed tale of the lives of girls and women in the 1950s.
Frances Wilson is the author of prize-winning biographies of Dorothy Wordsworth and Regency courtesan Harriette Wilson, as ...
Christian Murray Smith
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