WHAT OTHER AUTHORS AND AGENTS HAVE SAID ABOUT MY WORK SO FAR
REBECCA LONCRAINE holds a doctorate in literature from Oxford University and writes regularly for the British press, including the Independent, the Guardian, and the Times Literary Supplement.
– THE BOX (novel set in 1942 Berlin) submitted during the course at Oxford University.
A really fascinating and different story. Your opening descriptions are great, detailed and multi-sensory…great description – sets the scene really well ….You write well and the material is fantastic, though tough – keep going.
Short stories – THE GROCER’S DAUGHTER – DOWN FOR TEN
LUCY FERRIS, PH.D/Tufts University, author of 8 novels, Fulbright scholar, Writer-in-residence at Trinity College, Connecticut
….Your stories have great moments of truth and violence in them …you write with great energy …fine imagery here….good dialogue …. I like the shift of narrative …
Short story – THE GROCER’S DAUGHTER
BARBARA HELFGOTT-HYETT, published poet, author of many books and director of POEMWORKS. She taught at Boston University, MIT and Harvard University
‘Send it to the New Yorker.’
AGENTS COMMENTS (UK) in response to THE FOOL’S HOUSE
Judith Murdoch, literary agent
‘You write a wonderful sense of place…’
David Higham, literary, film and tv agents/Véronique Baxter
‘…your prologue was fantastic.’
Lorella Belli agency
There is much to be liked about it … it is well written.
Luigi Bonomi Associates
‘We urge you to continue your search for representation.’