This month we are joined by Lucie Elven, short-story writer and author of the Weak Spot, the debut novel published earlier this year by Prototype in the UK. Lucie has written for publications including the London Review of Books, Granta and NOON.
Our chat took us on an Alpine tour through topics including: how notes demand to be put into short stories or novels, developing a long-term relationship with an editor, the function of ambiguity in fiction, and plenty more.
The Weak Spot is available through Prototype: https://prototypepublishing.co.uk/product/the-weak-spot/
Jaimie’s Instagram is: @jaimie_batchan
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