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  Clare Sudbery 1 July 2004  
How an unconventional life was the inspiration for her first novel

Clare Sudbery is a first time novelist who in her 34 years has found time to be a Scrabble fanatic, a trapeze artist, a lesbian, a bisexual, a maths and philosophy graduate, a cleaner, a revolutionary socialist, a raver, a shop steward, a vegetarian women-only workers’ co-op member and a meat-eating heterosexual computer programmer.

She tells Jenny how these diverse and contradictory experiences came to good use in her new book, The Dying of Delight.

The Dying of Delight is published by Millivres-Prowler Group Ltd


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