Kobo Writing Life

Kobo Writing Life Podcast – Episode 094 – Heather Tucker

Christine Munroe interviews Canadian author Heather Tucker, whom we met when she was nominated for Kobo’s Emerging Writer Prize for her debut novel, The Clay Girl. Heather started writing fiction at age 50 after having a full career, children, truly a lifetime of experiences. She finally discovered that “playing with words is more fun than working with them.” What is it like to publish a debut novel at age 62?

Find The Clay Girl on Kobo: https://www.kobo.com/ca/en/ebook/the-clay-girl


Heather Tucker is an award-winning Canadian author whose debut novel, The Clay Girl, was published by ECW Press in 2016. To learn more visit http://www.heathertucker.ca


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