To celebrate International Womens Day today (8th March), we republish The Bookseller's author interviews thus far for women writers with books out in 2014.
Fiona Macfarlane talks about her debut novel about a septuagenarian widow, The Night Guest (Sceptre, January), while Zoe Pilger discusses her satirical comedy Eat My Heart Out (Serpent’s Tail, January), and Anna Whitwham explores the fictional Clapton Bow Boys Club in Boxer Handsome (Chatto, January).
Adele Parks talks about her 14th novel, but first work of historical fiction, Spare Brides (Headline, February), while Jennifer Clemment discusses her Mexico-set novel Prayers for the Stolen (Hogarth, February).
Sally Green is interviewed for her red-hot debut about witches in modern-day England, Half Bad (Penguin, March), and Little, Brown's editor-in-chief Antonia Hodgson gives the low-down on her own fiction debut, The Devil in the Marshalsea (Hodder, March).
And Lauren Owen discusses her gothic novel The Quick (April, Jonathan Cape).
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