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Episode Info: From time to time on the podcast, we speak to someone who is not British, so that we get an outside perspective on UK books. Helen Cullen is Irish, though she has lived in London a long time and her debut novel, The Lost Letters of William Woolf, is set there. Helen talked to me about the lost art of letter writing, some of her favourite epistolary novels, why she loves London, and more. Books Mentioned on the Podcast: The Lost Letters of William Woolf, by Helen Cullen 84, Charing Cross Road, by Helen Hanff Persuasion, by Jane Austen Love, Nina: A Nanny Writes Home, by Nina Stibbe A Room of One's Own, by Virginia Woolf Three Guineas, by Virginia Woolf Afternoons with the Blinds Drawn, by Brett Anderson The Hiding Game, by Naomi Woods Mrs. Hemingway, by Naomi Woods The Dutch House, by Ann Patchett They Don’t Teach This, by Eniola Aluko Confessions of a Bookseller, by Shaun Blythell To War with the Walkers, by Annabel Venning Come Again, by Robert Webb For Emily, by Katherine Slee Unscripted, by Claire Handscombe ***** Read Helen's review of The Hiding Game by Naomi Woods. Buy Claire’s novel, Unscripted. Support Claire on Patreon to get bonus content and personalised book recommendations. Buy Brit Lit Podcast merch to show your love for your podcast and help support it. Sign up to Claire’s newsletter to get updates on her writing, as well as recommendations for books and podcasts. For daily news and views from British books and publishing, follow the Brit Lit Blog. Questions? Comments? Need a book recommendation? Email Claire at ***** The Brit Lit Podcast Instagram / Twitter / Facebook / Website Claire Twitter / Facebook / Blog / Novel Helen Cullen Twitter / Website  ...
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