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Pregnant. Mother. Mother. Pregnant. The future stood waiting. The past stamped and pissed all over it… she imagined Bronwen, down in the belly of The Angel… relentlessly destroying a nameless child for all eternity… screaming on and on until… Tessa knew… nothing was going to change anything… only one way to avoid this truth: Drugs.
—- Blackout, 94 second sample:  https://soundcloud.com/tracywilliams/tessas-pregnant-mother-in-blackout-week-12-serialization

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Having left University College London in 1990, then King’s College London in 1992, I finally went back to education via The Open University in 2007, where I studied literature for six years… I graduated in 2012 with a notification that I had gained the highest score possible… those six years were wonderful, difficult and worthwhile… I have not been financially able to return to education since then but perhaps one day – when old and grey – I will go back and get an MA or even a PhD… What is Literature For?

Graduation Ceremony April 2013

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Robert De Niro was recently in a movie with me. It’s called The Killer Elite, loosely based on the book by Sir Ranulph Fiennes. Most of my scenes are now, thankfully, on the cutting room floor. Here’s what remains (I’m the one with the blonde hair).

The Killer Elite, 2010

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Author Tracy Williams has received a bursary from Literature Wales to write her second novel under the working title of Insomnia: Doctors & Drug Dealers.  The bursary is for a six month period, during which time Tracy hopes to produce a first draft of 120,000 words.  She has been researching the novel for the past three years.  The story is loosely based on personal experience of chronic insomnia.

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How I did it by Tracy Williams, Mslexia Issue 47, p54

How I did it by Tracy Williams, Mslexia Issue 47, p54

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