Award-winning writer Stella Duffy discusses her latest novel, Lullaby Beach, a compelling novel about family secrets and the legacy of trauma, set against the changing fortunes of an English seaside town. Spanning almost seventy years, this is the story of a family of women over three generations and the inter-generational impact of #MeToo. Duffy asks the question what happens when we write about older women and childless women? Where are their stories?
Stella Duffy is an award-winning novelist, short story writer, playwright, and qualified yoga teacher. She is also a psychotherapist, currently completing doctoral research in the embodied experience of postmenopause.
“Nobody turns the screw of tension tighter than Stella Duffy” Val McDermid