Sarah Leipciger’s second novel features a strange, poetic mystery than spans 3 time-frames across different parts of the world. Her critically-acclaimed debut ‘The Mountain Can Wait’ came out in 2015, and she has been short-listed for many awards for her short stories. Sarah also teaches creative writing to prisoners.
We discuss how lockdown has affected creativity, also how she gets things done early to be there for her family, and how she doesn’t understand the word-count fascination. You can hear all about her working space and day, how she researched 3 different time zones and places, and how she tried to write some of the most described parts of the world in a unique way.
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