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Kaleidoscopic views: Emily Gale on ‘I Am Out with Lanterns’

Emily Gale’s I Am Out with Lanterns (Random House, August) intertwines the points of view of several teenagers to create a story that is ‘nuanced, complex and thoroughly devourable’, writes Jordi Kerr. They spoke to the author. I Am Out with Lanterns uses several points of view. What were your strategies...

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