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Kathryn Bromwich author of the novel At the Edge of the Woods, 2023

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Kathryn Bromwich


ABOUT the author

Kathryn Bromwich is a writer and commissioning editor on The Observer newspaper in London. She writes about all aspects of culture, including music, film, TV, books, art and more, and has contributed to publications including Little White Lies, Dazed, Vice, Time Out and The Independent. She has lived in Italy, Austria and the UK and is currently based in east London. At the Edge of the Woods is her debut novel.

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At the Edge of the Woods by Kathryn BromwichAt the Edge of the Woods
"Mysterious, assured, and deeply, quietly passionate, At the Edge of the Woods is a magnetic debut in love with nature and language in equal measure, eschewing traditional plot and narrative devices in favor of the fabulous on every level... Bromwich infects the senses with dread and wicked insight from the first page to the last—this is a stunning experience not to be missed." —Maryse Meijer, author of The Seventh Mansion


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