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Fiction | Strange Day in Berlin by Gráinne O’Hare

‘I knew that the building had been turned into a block of luxury condos and bore no internal resemblance to the halls my favourite writers would have walked; and I knew it hardly mattered either way, that I could have curled up in Sylvia Plath’s unwashed sheets and it wouldn’t make me a better writer.’

New fiction by Gráinne O’Hare.

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