Adam Haslett is the author of the short story collection, You Are Not A Stranger Here, which was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and winner of the PEN/Winship Award. His new novel Imagine Me Gone explores a family's love, as well as the depression that resonates through the generations. Theo Tait writing for The Sunday Times described the novel as ‘intimate and panoramic’. He continued,‘there is an exhilaration in reading something so perceptive and well executed’. Waterstones Online’s Sally Campbell caught up with the author to discuss his writing routine, the term 'mental illness' and his exceptionally well-received new book.
Posted on 3rd Nov, 2015 by Sarah Waters
The Young Writer of the Year Award shortlist is announced on Sunday and in the run up, we have asked previous years' winners to share writing tips and favourite texts by young authors.
Posted on 22nd Jul, 2015 by Tasha Kavanagh
Writing tips from Tasha Kavanagh, author of Things We Have in Common
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