Welcome to Craft. Each month we bring you one international writer, talking about one of their works, for about thirty minutes. This month, Uruguayan novelist Daniel Mella talks about his novel El Hermano Mayor. Winner of the Bartolomé Hidalgo Award, and translated as Older Brother by Megan McDowell…
For the latest instalment of the Global Dispatches series, author Katherine Agyemaa Agard writes on loneliness, touch, and isolation, examining the ways in which communication and intimacy has shifted under the ongoing pandemic.
Meet this year’s winners – Kate Carne (Fiction), Anne O’Brien (Life Writing), and Dipanjali Roy (Poetry) – who will receive £1,000, publication in Wasafiri 109, and mentoring from Nikesh Shukla of The Good Literary Agency.
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