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Read more: Writing Magazine June 2017

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Get ahead of the game for the June issue of Writing Magazine by doing the forward reading, and get a sneak peek at a couple of our featured authors:

• We meet Katherine Webb, author of emotional dramas and hidden histories, for our star interview. Read our expanded interview here and listen to an audio extract of her novel The English Girl here.

• Jodhpur-ripping bonkbuster author Jilly Cooper is the subject of our Beat the Bestsellers analysis. Get on top of her style and technique with an extract from her latest novel Mount!

• Study Tessa Hadley's Dido's Lament in Short Story Masterclass. Avoid spoilers and get to know the story by reading it here first.

• Read the judge's comments and this month's winning short stories in our Competition Winners' Showcase

For much more, read the June issue of Writing Magazine.

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