Improving representation in fiction

Sara Collins blew the audience away with her insight and readings at our First Offenders panel at Noirwich 2019. We caught up with her behind the scenes to delve deeper into her views and experiences of representation in literature.

Writer Sara Collins joins us on the pod to talk about representation in literature – both behind-the-scenes and within stories.

Sara was in town to discuss her debut novel The Confessions of Frannie Langton at the Noirwich Crime Writing Festival.

Hosted by Steph McKenna and Simon Jones.

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