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Sarah Howells

@domesticharpy

Sarah is a Welsh writer who came to Scotland via Asia in 2002. Whilst slowly writing her first novel and collection of short stories, she frequently falls prey to many procrastinatory habits - raising children, dog-walking, ukulele-playing, blogging, baking and reviewing since 2012. Her day job at the Central Library includes facilitating reading and memoir-writing groups.

www.domesticharpy.co.uk

Reviews: 25
Other Articles: 14
Interview

Ty Jeffries

Sarah Howells takes tea and talks memories with Miss Hope Springs’ creator, Ty Jeffries

Sarah Howells - Audacious Women
Experience

Write to Remember

Sarah Howells explores creative non-fiction whilst coaxing everyone to tell their story.

The Damned 2018
Interview

Captain Sensible

“Right and left are two cheeks of the same arse!” The Damned man talks punk, politics and trains.

Rhidian Brook
Interview

Rhidian Brook

Welsh writer talks about his novels and forthcoming film adaptation ahead of his appearance at the Book Festival

The Real Thing
King's Theatre

The Real Thing

Amid mainstream media propaganda and social media hearsay, a reminder to think and question what is presented as truth.

Addams Family
Festival Theatre

The Addams Family

New and enjoyable chapter in the lives of America’s favourite Gothic family

Greenside @ Nicolson Square

The Blue Box

A blue box containing the uncomfortable stories of children’s lives in war-torn Syria

Rula Lenska
Interview

Rula Lenska

Television’s glamorous doyen shares her love of the natural world and the secret to her calmness

Eurobeat
Pleasance Courtyard

Eurobeat

Hi-energy parody of Eurovision is a real mixed crowd-pleaser: no Brexit needed

Dandy Darkly
Interview

Dandy Darkly

CC Bloom’s welcomes back cult cabaret star for more sassy, satirical stories.

Annie Lord: Bones

History as zen exercise: quiet incisiveness that compels the audience to listen with intent.

Ulrich Schnauss

A treat for aficionados but Schnauss fails to fire up the Summerhall crowd beyond a nod.