Features & interviews

<p>‘War is fought in our most intimate places. A hospital is bombed. A nursery is bombed. The places we feel most sheltered are taken from us in war’ </p>

Inside the intense mind of Canadian novelist Anne Michaels

Her bestselling Holocaust novel ‘Fugitive Pieces’ was made into a film and stayed on the most-read lists for two years, but poet and writer Anne Michaels has been keeping fans waiting between books. She gives a rare interview to Claire Allfree to talk about her new novel ‘Held’ and why she is so drawn to war as subject




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