IHW reviewed in the Guardian

The Guardian reviewed I have waited on Saturday 21st April – read it here….also, my feature on writing dystopia, The Worst of All Worlds, appears in this month’s (June 2012) edition of Writing magazine.

Events-wise, on 1st May, I will be appearing with Lizzie Enfield at Shepherd’s Bush Library. We’ll be reading from each others’ work and talking about our different approaches to writing.

On 16th May, I will be reading at Grit Lit’s Brighton Festival Fringe event at the Red Roaster in Brighton – starts at 7.30pm. Tickets can be purchased online £5 through Eventbrite  or on the door.


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About martinemcdonagh

Martine McDonagh’s first novel, I have waited, and you have come, was published in 2006 and republished in 2012. After Phoenix is her second novel and was written with support from the Arts Council of England’s Grants for the Arts scheme. Martine McDonagh has an MA in Creative Writing from Manchester Metropolitan University and works as an artist manager and lecturer.
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