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At 75, Margaret Atwood is embracing the newest technologies and media to make sure her work reaches the largest possible audience

25th October, 2015
Margaret Atwood

Anyone with the slightest interest in the literary world has surely heard of Margaret Atwood, the Canadian writer who has been projecting bleakly dystopian visions of the near-future for more than four decades. If you have not read any of her 15 novels – like the feminist fable The Handmaid’s Tale, or the climate-crisis Maddaddam trilogy – you might have come across one of her short story collections, or one of her collections of poems....

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