Jane Austen knew your kind of person.
She would have been quite aware
of the way your mind moves over paper
although I'd guess you never heard of her.
Merryn Williams "is happiest telling other people's stories," wrote one reviewer and this collection is full of stories. They range from the artistic aftermath of the 1917 Revolution, to the Bible, Emperor Penguins, news stories and the Lake District. Merryn Williams has published a study of the poet Wilfred Owen and is the editor of The Interpreter's House magazine.