Episode 131 - Get them off their smartphone and make them care about your work. A conversation with Tade Thompson

November 18, 2018 01:19:18
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Episode 131 - Get them off their smartphone and make them care about your work. A conversation with Tade Thompson
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This episode is a conversation with award-winning writer and NHS doctor Tade Thompson. We discuss everything from the Wombles to the Fantastic Four, and from the fact that no one gives a **** about your writing unless you make them, to the tropes of English horror.

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