I was born in Glasgow, grew up in Manchester, never went south until Oxford at 18. A decade at Oxford, BA, M.St., D.Phil, and then academia, Romantic poetry and the Victorian novel at the universities of Kent, Iceland and Exeter, a novel always on the go when the babies were asleep. Now I'm Professor of Creative Writing at Warwick University and live in the West Midlands, pining a little for Scotland and Cornwall and Iceland. I knit in meetings, run when I don't have time, stay up too late every night reading.
Sarah Moss discusses basalt and dolerite, the fire rocks that underpin castles, in this BBC recording.
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