Terence Blacker Interview



Terence Blacker joins Tom to discuss his career transition to a singer songwriter and his album, Playing for Time. Terence had been a full-time writer since 1983, writing children's books and mysteries for adults. His first children's book, If I Could Work, was published in 1987 and his first adult novel, FIXX, won critical acclaim and was described by The Guardian as a "tour de force".

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