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CREATIVE NICOLA DALY

The Night Where You No Longer Live

A first-person dark European fairytale about abuse, cross-dressing and Claudette’s desperate attempts to escape a cruel, dead father’s shadow and a living brother’s evil intent. The unusual, unsettling language here is compelling, as is our heroine’s immediate voice. This novella is enriched with references to modern Paris, as well as writers such as Baudelaire and Sartre. Third Prize in the New Welsh Writing Awards 2017: AmeriCymru Prize for the Novella


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