Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Amanda Craig

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Novelist, Short story writer, Critic, Journalist

A “state of the nation novelist” Amanda Craig has been compared to Dickens, Balzac, Trollope and Evelyn Waugh. Her most recent novel, The Lie of the Land was called the first Brexit novel by the Guardian, but is really about the divide between the city and the amanda_craigcountry, and about the interplay between money and marriage. A BBC Radio 4 Book at Bedtime, it is currently being developed for TV serialisation.

Website address: www.amandacraig.com

Twitter: @AmandaPCraig 

Facebook: Amanda Craig Author

Bibliography

The Lie of the Land (2017),

Hearts and Minds (2009)

Love in Idleness (2003)

In a Dark Wood (2000)

A Vicious Circle (1996)

A Private Place (1992)

Foreign Bodies (1990)

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Buy Amanda Craig’s Books Online

Contact: Ant@ant[harwood].com (remove square brackets before emailing)

Literary Festival Appearances: Queen’s Park Litfest Sunday 1 July 2018 2pm https://qpbookfest.com/sessions/event-24-amanda-craig-francesca-segal-talk-to-hannah-beckerman/
Appledore Litfest Friday 28 September 2018 https://www.appledorebookfestival.co.uk/

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