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How I Write Now

Saturday 22 March 2014

1 Hour


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Ages: teenagers and adults

How I Live Now was published in 2004 to huge critical acclaim and has now been made into a major feature film. Since then, novelist Meg Rosoff has published a substantial work of fiction approximately every 18 months, each one different from the last. Hers is the most condensed and spectacular writing career of the new millennium. Rosoff talks to the festival’s consultant director of the young people’s programme, Nicolette Jones, about her novels, including her latest, Picture Me Gone, and the recently filmed How I Live Now.