Andrew Duggan

Biography

Andrew Duggan's life changed on a sweltering day in Manchester, in June 1996, when the city centre was torn apart by a massive bomb explosion. Attempting to make sense of this experience, he began to write, eventually leading to his debut novel, Scars Beneath The Skin. A dark and compelling story about terrorism and survival, Scars Beneath The Skin follows Karl Dresner on a journey of salvation.

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Genre

Fiction, Flash Fiction, Short Stories

Publications & Performance History

Scars Beneath The Skin (Flambard Press, 2009) A Blizzard Of Knives, in Word Soup Year One anthology (Lancashire Writing Hub, 2010)

Workshop & Reading Experience

Appearances at Lancashire Writing Hub's Word Soup live lit events. Participation in Storytelling events organised by the Tim Parry Jonathan Ball Foundation For Peace (an organisation set up by the parents of teenager Tim Parry, who was killed in the 1993 Warrington bomb)

Reference

Available on request

Group size preference

Any

Group age preference

Adults of any age

Working languages

English

Area prepared to travel

UK
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