Sarah Marsh has spent the last ten years working for literacy charities, and in the arts sector. She has an MA in Creative Writing from the University of East Anglia. She was born severely deaf and grew up using hearing aids and lip-reading to communicate. This inspired her interest in the lives of the deaf pupils taught by Alexander Graham Bell, and led to her writing her first novel, The Shape of his Words.

Sarah Marsh: The Shape of his Words

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