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In defence of Mad Men’s Betty Francis

Mad Men hardly needs an introduction; the show’s reputation for its brilliant acting, writing, visual style and historical accuracy speaks for itself. Set in the ‘60s, it depicts a fictional advertising agency in New York and follows the personal and professional lives of the people who work there. Despite the apparent charm of suits, swing…

Arts

Debut authors panel

“If you try to write for the market, by then, the market will have changed” laughs Kelleigh Greenberg-Jephcott, former UEA Creative Writing MA graduate, whose debut novel tackles Truman Capote’s friendship with the ‘Swans’, a dazzling but troubled group of wealthy women. Kelleigh, as well as Mitch Johnson, Paula Cocozza and Sharlene Teo celebrated their…

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