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How to Write A Book in your Lunch-hour: Fiction with Patrick Gale
Patrick Gale is the author of 16 novels including the Richard and Judy bestsellers Notes from an Exhibition and A Perfectly Good Man, the Costa nominated A Place Called Winter and his latest Take Nothing With You and the Emmy award-winning BBC drama Man in an Orange Shirt. He lives in Cornwall.

Hosted by Kate Clanchy, celebrated teacher, prize winning poet and author of the recent bestseller "Some Kids I Taught and What They Taught Me' and the forthcoming ‘How to Grow a Poem’ these 3 sessions will focus on poetry, fiction and non-fiction with one on one interviews followed by a q & a with the audience.

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Jul 22, 2020 01:00 PM in London

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