Tessa Hadley has written seven novels — including The London Train and The Past — and three collections of short stories. Her new novel, Late in the Day, came out in February 2019. She publishes short stories regularly in the New Yorker, reviews for the Guardian and the London Review of Books, and was awarded a Windham Campbell Prize for Fiction, the Hawthornden Prize, and the Edge Hill Prize.
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