Miranda Doyle’s A Book of Untruths has been described by Irvine Welsh as a memoir with ‘a true writer’s voice’ and John Burnside as an ‘extraordinary … meditation on time, memory and identity'. With an MA from Goldsmiths in Creative and Life Writing, she also teaches on the University of Cambridge’s Institute of Continuing Education Diploma and Certificate in Narrative Nonfiction.
In her classes, Miranda creates a fun, confidential space to talk life, and discuss the central ideas around the life writing genre. Alongside the place to gain written feedback and group support for your writing.
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