Murder ballads and psychological thrillers? Surely it was only a matter of time before a writer put themselves under the influence of Nick Cave. My guest this week used music as his portable aural office, banishing the sounds of his fellow rail passengers on his daily commute to immerse in shady characters. Sometimes he scared the real-world folks in the carriage too. He is Ruby Barnes and he’s on the Red Blog talking about his novel The Baptist and its Undercover Soundtrack.
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‘Music to depict lunatics in love’ – The Undercover Soundtrack, Ruby Barnes
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- ‘The lowest note in the universe’ – The Undercover Soundtrack, Tracy Farr April 29, 2016
- How to blend a parallel, allegorical fantasy plot into your novel April 24, 2016
- ‘To make art by the grace of other artists’ – The Undercover Soundtrack, Camille Griep April 22, 2016
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- Masterclass snapshots: how to write several narrators and make them sound distinct April 10, 2016
- ‘A story of a vagabonding soul’ – The Undercover Soundtrack, Daniel Paisner April 8, 2016