19 to 20 November 2011
The Stripe Complex
King Alfred Campus
University of Winchester
Paula Rawsthorne was a winner of the Undiscovered Voices 2010 with her first novel, The Truth About Celia Frost (pub. by Usborne Aug. 2011). In 2004 she was a winner of the BBC's 'Get Writing' competition. Her comedy 'The Sermon on the Mount' was read by Bill Nighy on BBC Radio 4 and chosen for Pick of the Week. Her story 'In Attendance' was published by Route in the anthology IDEAS ABOVE OUR STATION (reviewed in The Guardian). In 2008 Route also published her story 'The Accessory' in the anthology BONNE ROUTE. She lives in Nottingham with her husband and children.
Paula's website: www.celiafrost.co.uk
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