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Bonus content, videos and links from Writing Magazine June

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Find out more about star interview subject Hallie Rubenhold in our extended interview, and listen to an extract of The French Lesson.

Listen to audiobook extracts of Marina Lewycka's A Short History of Tractors in Ukrainian, Annabel Kantaria's The Disappearance, or Martin Edwards' The Dungeon House, courtesy of Audible.

Read James McCreet's suggested rewrite of Move Over Bridget Jones...

Read the three stories from our science fiction masterclass:
Ray Bradbury, A Sound of Thunder
Isaac Asimov, Nightfall
HG Wells, In the Abyss


Click here to get your copy of Writing Magazine June.

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