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How I got published

Laura McVeigh’sUnder the Almond Tree is out now from Two Roads. Interview by Dolores Gordon-Smith

‘I have always been interested in how conflict shapes lives, and Under the Almond Tree is, in one sense, a meditation on war and displacement. Having grown up in Northern Ireland in the 1980s during the time of the Troubles, conflict and peace became important themes for me early on. I studied languages and global politics, travelled widely and worked for many years in youth, education, international and human rights charity work – and those interests and experiences are reflected in my writing.

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