Ali Millar talks to Scottish writer Louise Welsh about her book ‘A Lovely Way To Burn’, in which Welsh explores the physical and political implications of a worldwide pandemic.
Louise Welsh is the author of six novels: The Cutting Room (2002), Tamburlaine Must Die (2004), The Bullet Trick (2006), Naming the Bones (2010) The Girl on the Stairs (2012) and A Lovely Way to Burn (20th March 2014). She’s also produced many short stories and articles and written for radio and the stage including a libretto for opera. Louise was writer in residence for The University of Glasgow and Glasgow School of Art from Nov 2010 until April 2012.
Find out more at http://www.louisewelsh.com/ and https://www.edbookfest.co.uk/