Novelist, feminist, thinker, anti-Trump agitator
Siri Hustvedt talks about writing, why men don't read women's fiction and the relief of growing older.
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Alex Clark is a critic, journalist and broadcaster who lives in London, and is the current Artistic Director for Words and Literature at the Bath Festival. She writes on a wide range of subjects for the Guardian, the Observer, the Spectator and the Times Literary Supplement. She has judged many literary awards, including the 2008 Man Booker prize. She regularly chairs live events, appears on radio and is the host of a monthly podcast for Vintage publishing. (Photo by Mark Vessey)