This is a live episode from Latitude festival, with me chatting to author Kerry Hudson.
I chat with Kerry Hudson about her memoir LOWBORN, about class and growing up in poverty, and her novels THIRST and TONY HOGAN BOUGHT ME AN ICE CREAM FLOAT BEFORE HE STOLE MY MA. She talks about how she came to writing – what seemed like – late in life, writing through trauma, and her experiences of feeling like an outsider in the predominantly upper-middle-class publishing industry.
This is a great episode to listen to if you want to know:
– how can I find my authentic voice?
– what if I can’t find any books out there like what I want to write?
– how should I get started writing?
If you’d like to check out Kerry’s work, why not grab a copy of LOWBORN.
If you’d like to support me, it’d be ace if you picked up a copy of my novels, THE HONOURS, & the new sequel THE ICE HOUSE.
THE ICE HOUSE links:
THE HONOURS links: