This week’s studio guest on Bookmark is crime writer Ruth Dugdall. She talks about how her experiences of being a probation officer working with children convicted of murder inspired her to write novels about dark secrets while ‘keeping it real’. We also have interviews with students and former students from the Creative Writing MA at Anglia Ruskin University celebrating the launch of Mint, a new anthology of their prose and poetry. And Margi Blunden and poet John Greening talk about working together on Undertones of War, a memoir written by Margi’s father, first world war poet, Edmund Blunden.
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