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Christopher Rush developed a fascination with The Odyssey at school, a legend he revisits in his new novel, Penelope’s Web. He explains why Homer's epic account of a ten-year journey home remains a cornerstone of Western culture.
The author of the The Land of the Green Man, an exploration of Britain's rich supernatural heritage, looks at the history of the two giants who have long watched over the City of London.
As a writer in her 40s being published for the first time, Sarah Ward, author of In Bitter Chill, looks at the advantages of experience when it comes to writing fiction.