A Room of One’s Own with Louise Hutcheson

August 2, 2017

Whether it's on a train, in a cafe or in bed... Louise Hutcheson is a writing nomad. In this episode of A Room of One's Own, Rebecca and Louise talk people-watching in libraries, technology meltdowns, writing routines (or lack of), and balancing full-time work with being published.

Louise Hutcheson is the author of The Paper Cell, set in 1950s London and Edinburgh, in which a literary agent finds fame when he secretly steals a young woman’s brilliant novel manuscript and publishes it under his own name. The Paper Cell is out now from Saraband.

In For Books' Sake news: this week we've got a literary pub quiz in London, which is your last chance to donate to our Edinburgh Fringe fund. Show off your book smarts, chuck some pennies in the kitty and win some prizes. Otherwise, our Edinburgh Fringe run starts two weeks today!

 

Editing by Rebecca Smith || Music by She Makes War

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