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Shelf life: ELIZABETH ENFIELD

The author and journalist shares her five favourite reads with Judith Spelman

E lizabeth Enfield is a journalist and novelist. She contributes to national newspapers and magazines and has written four novels. Her work has been described as compulsively readable, compelling, thoughtprovoking and cleverly constructed. Her latest novel, Ivy & Abe, is published by Michael Joseph. Elizabeth’s short stories have been broadcast on Radio 4, where she once worked as a producer, and they have appeared in various magazines. Now freelance, she runs a project called The Writer’s Room with fellow author Araminta Hall that offers a one-day introduction to creative writing and she also teaches at the Arvon Foundation and a number of universities. She has organised writing workshops in public libraries and with writing groups.

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