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Papertrail Podcast by Papertrail - 3d ago

Nicole is a fiction and non-fiction writer, her work has appeared in The Dublin Review, The Stinging Fly, The Irish Times, and on BBC 4. She won the 2017 White Review Short Story Prize with her short story ‘Track’. Her short story collection, ‘Show Them A Good Time’ is out now.

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You can follow Nicole on Twitter @nicoleflattery

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Papertrail Podcast by Papertrail Podcast - 1M ago

Michael is the author of ‘Hold’, which was just shortlisted for the Desmond Elliott Prize for first novels. He is a graduate of the Royal Holloway writing programme and lives in London, where he works as a teacher.

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You can follow Michael on twitter @michaeldonkor

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Papertrail Podcast by Papertrail Podcast - 2M ago

Marc’s Novel, ‘Three Dreams In The Key Of G’ was published by Dead Ink Books in 2018. He is the author of many other novels, as well as short and flash fiction. He can also be found on YouTube where he reviews and discusses literary and experimental fiction.

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You can follow Marc on twitter @21stCScribe, on his website, and on YouTube.

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Papertrail Podcast by Papertrail Podcast - 3M ago

Tyler Wetherall is a journalist and author living in New York. Her work has appeared in a range of publications, including The Guardian, The Times, Vice, Electric Literature. She teaches Creative Writing and Journalism at Manhattanville College.

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You can follow Tyler on twitter @TylerWrites

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Papertrail Podcast by Papertrail - 4M ago

Megan Hunter is the author of ‘The End We Start From’. Her poetry has been shortlisted for the Bridport Prize and she was a finalist for the Aesthetica Creative Writing Award with her short story ‘Selfing’.

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You can follow Megan on Twitter and Instagram @meganfnhunter

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Papertrail Podcast by Papertrail - 4M ago

May-Lan Tan is a British Chinese writer based in Berlin. Having studied fine art at Goldsmiths, she now works as a ghostwriter. Her collection, Things To Make and Break, was shortlisted for the Guardian First Book Award, and is one of Alex's favourite reads of 2018.

For further discussion about Things to Make and Break, check out episode 24 with Sharlene Teo.

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You can follow May-Lan Tan on twitter @amanlyant

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Papertrail Podcast by Papertrail - 4M ago

Hannah is a poet, memoirist and creative writing tutor. Her books include 'Chick', 'Long Time No See', and most recently, 'Chan'.

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You can follow Hannah on twitter @HannaLowePoet

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Papertrail Podcast by Papertrail - 4M ago

Chris is the author of the short story collection ‘Mothers’. You can find his ‘A Brief Survey of The Short Story’ columns on The Guardian.

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You can follow Chris on twitter @Chris_Power

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Papertrail Podcast by Papertrail - 4M ago

Samantha Harvey is the author of four novels, the most recent of which is The Western Wind.

Her novels have been shortlisted many prizes, including the Orange Prize for Fiction, the Guardian First Book Award and the James Tait Black Prize. She won the AMI Literature Award and the Betty Trask Prize.

She lives in Bath, UK, and is a Reader in creative writing at Bath Spa University.

Sam's Book Choices: Mrs Dalloway by Virginia Woolf All The Names by Jose Saramago Brief Interviews with Hideous Men by David Foster Wallace You can find out more about Sam on her website.

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Papertrail Podcast by Papertrail - 4M ago

Jules is an author interested how individuals and organisations use therapeutic practices from ancient philosophies and wisdom traditions today.

His first book, Philosophy for Life and Other Dangerous Situations, explored how people are rediscovering ancient Greek and Roman philosophies and was a Times book of the year. His second book, The Art of Losing Control, was published in the UK in May 2017

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You can find out more about Jules on his website.

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