In Alison MacLeod's specially commissioned short story past and present are intimately linked under Brighton's summer skies. Tristan Sturrock reads.
In Alison MacLeod's specially commissioned short story past and present are intimately linked under Brighton's summer skies by the English painter, John Constable. Tristan Sturrock reads.
Alison MacLeod is a novelist and short story writer. Her most recent collection is All the Beloved Ghosts. Her most recent novel, Unexploded was long-listed for the 2013 Man-Booker Prize for Fiction. Her short fiction has been awarded The Society of Authors' Olive Cook Award and shortlisted for The BBC National Short Story Award and The Sunday Times EFG International Short Story Award. MacLeod is Professor of Contemporary Fiction at the University of Chichester, UK.
Produced by Elizabeth Allard.
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