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Perchance to dream

The process of writing her debut novel forced Sarah Selecky to examine the way she approached her craft



When Sarah Selecky sat down to write her debut novel, she conceived of it as a book that would probe the tension between art and commerce. “A lot of artists find themselves in this position of needing to pay the rent and needing to honour their vocation,” she says. “It’s a real knot to untangle.”

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