06/19/20 • 47 min
Doyenne of domestic noir Liz Nugent’s work has an army of fans including Graham Norton, who describes her latest hit Our Little Cruelties as part rollercoaster, part maze.
Here, Liz talks about coping with pain stemming from a childhood brain haemorrhage, and overcoming challenges large and small – such as typing all her work one-handed: “Shakespeare wrote all his plays one-handed with a feather,” she says.
She also reveals the identity of her favourite fictional antihero (clue: he’s sexy but mean). Produced and presented by Martina Devlin with music by Daragh Dukes. More about Liz’s books here:
out of 5
eg., What part of this podcast did you like? Ask a question to the host or other listeners...
Generate a badge
Get a badge for your website that links back to this