Interview with Backlash Press

Recently, my third novel The Secret Life of Alfred Nightingale was selected by an independent publisher Backlash Press as one of their ‘curated indie’ titles. Backlash describes itself as a small, independent press publishing house dedicated to releasing work that narrates a contemplated resistance to obedience and trend. As part of their work, they take self-published books of literary merit to help give them extra exposure, so this is a wonderful boost for me.

The founder of Backlash Press, a mother herself, is interested in how motherhood impacts on creative work and I was interviewed by her to talk about my work and the intricate dance between writing, creativity and motherhood. Click here to read the interview.

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