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Fay Weldon
Selected Works
Auto Da Fay: A Memoir
The Bulgari Connection
Nothing to Wear and Nowhere to Hide: A Collection of Short Stories
Watching Me, Watching You
The President's Child
Remember Me
The Fat Woman's Joke
The Life and Loves of a She-Devil

Fay Weldon on BBC Radio 4

Fay Weldon was born in 1931 and moved from New Zealand to England as a teenager. After a spell in advertising (she coined the slogan Go To Work On An Egg), she became one of Britain’s most famous feminist writers. She was first published in 1967 and since then has written many novels, short stories and many dramas for TV, stage and radio. Fay is married with four sons and lives in Dorset.
Teaser One Size Fits All by Fay Weldon
Ursula loiters in an airport departure lounge killing time before boarding a plane to Italy where she is due to meet her successful fashion designer husband. But Ursula is a nervous flyer and is also plagued by doubts. Is her marriage to David as happy as it once was? How close is he to Lola, his glamorous assistant? Will the flight pass without incident? What will she discover at the other end?

Find out who has made the shortlist for Fay Weldon's story here.

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