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Write-off: Ian Shadwell on ‘Slush Pile’

Ian Shadwell’s debut novel Slush Pile (Puncher & Wattman, June), which follows the desperate life of a washed-up former Booker Prize-winner, ‘will appeal to writers, aspiring writers, publishing insiders and readers who enjoy satire’, writes reviewer Paula Grunseit. She spoke to the author.Michael Ardenne, the author in Slush Pile, struggles...

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