We talk with Patrick Chura about a long-suppressed novel about the holocaust by the blacklisted socialist writer, Albert Maltz. It’s just been published in the US — over 60 years after it was written. Chura wrote the introduction to “A Tale of One January” and is responsible for its publication by Bloomsbury Press.
Tiokasin Ghosthorse’s guest this week on First Voices Radio is Martin Shaw. An award-winning writer, his last book, “Bardskull,” was described by The Sunday Times as “rich and transgressive” and was a Book of the Day in The Guardian. Martin spent four years living in a tent exploring some remaining pockets of British wilderness.
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