Keeping the faith in our fictions
Religion forms the foundation of literary culture, a writer argues.
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Michael Arditti is a novelist, short story writer and critic. His novels are The Celibate (1993), Pagan and her Parents - Pagan’s Father in the USA (1996), Easter (2000), Unity (2005), A Sea Change (2006), The Enemy of the Good (2009), Jubilate (2011), The Breath of Night (2013), Widows and Orphans (2015) and Of Men and Angels (2015) and his short story collection is Good Clean Fun (2004). His novels have been short- and long-listed for several literary awards and Easter won the inaugural Waterstone’s Mardi Gras award. He is a visiting professor at King’s College, London and drama critic of the Sunday Express.