15.6 Kate Mosse, Writer
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Can women win? Viv Groskop talks to writer Kate Mosse, founder director of the Women’s Prize for Fiction, and founder of the global Woman In History campaign. They discuss playing by your own rules - and winning. They talk ambition, feminism, being a carer and the horror of reading your own books. And Kate recalls actor Juliet Stevenson's advice: if you see a closed door, go round the side.

You can find out more about Kate's work including her latest book The City of Tears at her website katemosse.co.uk

Viv's latest book, Lift As You Climb is out now.


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