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‘Though the techniques that McBride is employing have a lineage in modernist writing, their most significant innovators also Irish by birth, her efforts feel unusually fresh and inimitable. This is the work of a writer with the courage to reinvent the sentence as she pleases, and the virtuosity required to pull it off.’ Eimear McBride’s A Girl Is a Half-formed Thing, winner of the Goldsmiths Prize, reviewed.

Atwood, Lin, Homes, Spiotta and other writers on how the internet has changed the way we tell stories.

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