Why make things up?
... when a novel can never keep up with the speed of contemporary events? A fiction writer grapples with the question.
17 minute read
Tamsin Grey grew up in England, Scotland and Zambia. She now lives in south London. She has worked as a cucumber picker, yoga teacher, oral historian, and as speechwriter to a secretary of state. She’s Not There, her first novel, is published by Borough Press (Photo by Helen Warner).