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An exploration of art in fiction, Part 4: when all roads lead to Tate Modern

This week’s Art in Fiction focuses on novels that are set in the mecca of modern art, Tate Modern.  One of my favourite reads in recent months was Harriet P Paige’s Man With A Seagull on his Head, which was nominated for Not The Booker 2017.  Paige perfectly pitches a portrait of outsider artist Ray…
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A Celebration of Reading, by Outside the Box: Women Writing Women

When we produced Outside the Box: Women Writing Women, we asked readers to take a risk. To step outside their comfort zones and try something new. An author or a genre they hadn’t experimented with in the past. This was no small ask. As Will Gompertz, arts editor for the BBC pointed out earlier this…
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Meet author Carol Cooper

Today, I’m delighted to invite Carol Cooper to my blog. Carol is a doctor, journalist, and author.  I love her novel One Night at the Jacaranda, but this came after a string of non-fiction titles on health and parenting, and an award-winning textbook of general practice.  She works as a family doctor in London and is…
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