Leaving Lime Street
Following an intensive narrative drive course with novelist Jacob Ross, my novel Leaving Lime Street was inspired by my mother’s bid for autonomy in the 1950s.
Waiting for Farid
Set in Algeria in the 1960s, nineteen-year old Miriam Levy has an intoxicating encounter with revolution: its confusions, dreams and rueful disappointments. Twenty five years later, by now a mother and supply teacher in a rough London comprehensive, she ditches her pupils and her daughter and flies back into the unknown. An unexpectedly dangerous journey ensues.
A Violent Tale: Mordechai’s First Brush with Love (Loki Books)
The Last Supper: BBC Radio 4, director Alfred Bradley