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Zadie Smith Explains The Secret Of Storytelling

Posted at 7:18AM Monday 09 Jun 2014

In her acceptance speech for the Moth Award for storytelling, Zadie Smith recalls her first experience of creating fiction – and how having children reawakened her imagination

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