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The Poison Frog

Short story by Hannah Vincent. A curious tale featuring a mother, a daughter and an amphibian. The swelling on Vicky's mother's neck creates unforeseen family tensions.

Written by Hannah Vincent. A curious tale featuring a mother, a daughter and an amphibian. The swelling on Vicky's mother's neck creates unforeseen family tensions.

Hannah Vincent lives in Brighton. She began her writing life as a playwright and her first radio play, Come to Grief, was a re-working of one of her stage plays. It won the BBC 2015 Audio Award for Best Adaptation. Hannah's first novel is Alarm Girl. She is currently writing a second novel and carrying out doctoral research in creative and critical writing at the University of Sussex. She teaches Creative Writing for the Open University and will become a Royal Literary Fund fellow in September.

Writer: Hannah Vincent
Reader: Sinead Matthews
Producer: Jeremy Osborne

A Sweet Talk production for BBC Radio 4.

15 minutes

Last on

Fri 8 Jul 2016 15:45

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Role Contributor
Writer Hannah Vincent
Reader Sinead Matthews
Producer Jeremy Osborne

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