Sally Gardner Interview

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EducationGuardian.co.uk | Books | Health: The dyslexic novelist

Polly Curtis interviews Sally Gardner, author of I Coriander, for The Guardian:

How do you write a novel when grammar, spelling and punctuation are a mystery to you? "I did it on a laptop. When I wrote before in exercise books, it was hopeless because I would forget I'd written something or lose the page. I bought one of those Apples that looks like a Barbie's loo seat. I rather loved it; it was blue...

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