Tony Birch - THE WHITE GIRL

Tony Birch - THE WHITE GIRL

Tony and I discuss The White Girl, crafting strong female characters, the two sections of the book that were the hardest for him to write, why he created the fictional town of Deane, the strong sense of place in his writing, the importance of the bath tub on the cover, and much more.


Tony and I discuss The White Girl, crafting strong female characters, the two sections of the book that were the hardest for him to write, why he created the fictional town of Deane, the strong sense of place in his writing, the importance of the bath tub on the cover, and much more.

Tony's recommended reads are:

  1. Dance Move by Wendy Erskin
  2. A Manual for Cleaning Women: Selected Stories by Lucia Berlin
  3. On Wanting to Change by Adam Phillips

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