Prize-winning short story writer Jessie Greengrass on her debut novel, Sight. Plus Jeremy Gavron talks about creating a new original novel from classic texts.
Prize winning short story writer Jessie Greengrass discusses her debut novel, Sight which deftly interweaves an intimate portrait of bereavement, pregnancy and motherhood with a history of some landmark medical advances.
And more experimental fiction: Jeremy Gavron talks about creating a brand new original novel from classic texts and Danny Denton celebrates John Moriarty.
And, marking 100 years of the Suffrage Act, Caitlin Davies explores the books that offered solace to the suffragettes when they were sent to Holloway Prison.
Caitlin Davies on the books that the suffragettes read in prison
Jeremy Gavron on his new book Felix Culpa
Danny Denton on the book he'd never lend
Role Contributor Interviewed Guest Jessie Greengrass Interviewed Guest Jeremy Gavron Interviewed Guest Danny Denton Interviewed Guest Caitlin Davies