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Small Town Glory

June 19th 2017

SOPHIA KIER-BYFIELD finds home comfort and more than a little irony in Thomas Morris’ collection: ‘For the characters in We Don’t Know What We’re Doing, home is the small Welsh town of Caerphilly. A winding strip of dual carriageway, cutting through the curves of the Rhondda Valley, tethers this place to the locality I have come to call home…’

The Tragedy of Dorothy Edwards?

June 7th 2017

FRANCES GAPPER explores the life and writings of Dorothy Edwards: ‘Hovering awkwardly on the fringe of the Bloomsbury Group, virtually penniless and dependent on a friend for accommodation, Dorothy Edwards lacked the two things Virginia Woolf considered vital for a woman writer of fiction: money, and secure private space…’

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