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Natalie has a brilliant sense for story. She was able tell me exactly what was working in the first draft of my novel and, crucially, what wasn’t. I have been able to build a much stronger narrative. I’m now just a few months from submitting. -Gemma Harris

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Image not available Sunday 17th December, 2017

She got to work on key issues and we explored new ways of telling the story. It can be challenging, but I wouldn’t have it any other way. With Natalie’s mentoring I feel I’m taking great steps forward as a novelist.’ – Paul Bradley-Cong

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Monday 4th December, 2017

‘Natalie has the ability to see beyond the manuscript to the writer you could be…’

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Monday 30th November, 2015

GOLDSMITHS ENGLISH SOCIETY

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Monday 30th November, 2015

Thoughts on a writing life

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Sunday 22nd November, 2015

New novel delivered to my agent as whole as i can make it. I am pale and hairy but otherwise ok.

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Saturday 29th August, 2015

Will we die of that roar which lies on the other side of silence?

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Saturday 29th August, 2015

LITERARY KITCHEN FESTIVAL – OCTOBER 2015

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Thursday 26th February, 2015

Consumerism and the truculent female: Assaisonnez à votre goût – Ou comment cuisiner votre mari

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Thursday 18th December, 2014

Yes, it really is a novel about a woman who eats her husband, but only as much as Rapunzel is a story about a woman who won’t cut her hair. Season to Taste is a modern-day fable about the end of love and moving on. Natalie Young has given us a shockingly, thrillingly original new vantage on a timeless story of a marriage’s demise.”

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Thursday 18th December, 2014

Recession, uncertainty, cannibalism: Hartig Gekruid in Flemish Knack Magazine.

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Thursday 18th December, 2014

Season to Taste in Czech: ‘Dokonalá chuť aneb Jak sníst svého manžela’.

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Friday 14th November, 2014

Part of our existence lies in the feeling of those near to us. This is why the experience of someone who has lived for days during which man was merely a thing in the eyes of man is non-human.

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Sunday 9th November, 2014

I like short stories because they leave the writer no place to hide. There’s no yakking your way out of trouble; I’m going to be reaching the last page in a matter of minutes, and if you’ve got nothing to say I’m going to know it.

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Monday 3rd November, 2014

New York Times review – ‘If prizes were handed out for Most Unreliable Narrator of the Year, Lizzie would be the one to beat.’

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Thursday 16th October, 2014

Antwerp Book Fair 3 – 5th November

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Thursday 2nd October, 2014

The Dutch edition of Season to Taste

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Tuesday 23rd September, 2014

Apron and gloves on for good people of Oxfordshire 30th Sept 2014

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Monday 22nd September, 2014

Cheltenham Literature Festival Event 10th Oct 2014

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Wednesday 30th July, 2014

New York trip moved to end of August 2014

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Sunday 27th July, 2014

Edinburgh Festival dates confirmed

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Tuesday 1st July, 2014

The Bulgarian edition of Season to Taste

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Wednesday 5th March, 2014

me and the story behind the novel – blog post for Waterstones

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