Episode 32 of Unsound Methods with Anakana Schofield
On this month's episode we speak to Irish-Canadian author Anakana Schofield, author of Malarky (2013), Martin John (2016) and Bina (2020).
Anakana joined us from the West Coast of Canada to discuss representations of older women in fiction, the musical score of the novel and missing out on multiple Christmases to complete her work, plus much else besides.
In the UK, Anakana has written for the Guardian:
And she is on Twitter: @anakanaschofiel
There's a great video interview with Anakana courtesy of Toronto Public Library, which you can find here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxelTvXgzkI
Author photo credit: Arabella Campbell
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