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Amanda Smyth - Author


Amanda Smyth is Irish/Trinidadian. She completed an MA in Creative Writing at UEA in 2000. Her short stories have been published in New Writing, London Magazine, and broadcast on Radio 4 as part of a series called Love and Loss. Amanda was awarded an Arts Council Grant for her first novel, Black Rock.

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Black Rock by Amanda Smyth
Black Rock
Amanda Smyth
March 2010 Debut of the Month. As colourful as the country of which she writes, Trinidad and Tobago; as lusty as her protagonist, Celia, a girl who cannot see how...
Format: Paperback - Released: 11/03/2010
Black Rock by Amanda Smyth
Black Rock
Amanda Smyth
This novel beautifully evokes the feeling of the Caribbean and the people who live there. Comparisons in style have been made to Wide Sargasso Sea by Jean Rhys. We follow the life of Celia who has not had any...
Format: Paperback - Released: 26/02/2009

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