Kate Dunn

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A novelist and theatre historian, Kate's work has been described as "accomplished" (The Times) and "faultless" (The Spectator).

 

Kate Dunn has had five books published, Rebecca's Children and The Line Between Us, which are both novels and three works of non fiction: Always and Always -- The Wartime Letters of Hugh and Margaret Williams, Exit through the Fireplace and Do Not Adjust Your Set. She received an award from Arts Council England and has written travel articles for various national newspapers, as well as broadcasting on Radios Two, Three and Four, including occasional contributions to Front Row. She worked for ten years as an actress and has a PhD in Drama from Manchester University. You can find out more about her at www.katedunn.co.uk 

Areas of Interest: Fiction, Theatre History, Television History

 

Gives workshops, Write for magazines/newspapers, Undertake research projects, Novelist
Belles-Lettres, Culture, Drama, Television, Women's Writing, Fiction, Theatre, Travel/Tourism/Guide Books, Belles-Lettres, Culture, Drama, Television, Women's Writing, Cinema, Fiction, Theatre, Travel/Tourism/Guide Books