Rachel Genn's first novel The Cure was published in 2011. She has an unnatural fascination with regret and its role in addiction, and is currently Leverhulme Artist-in-Residence at the University of Sheffield, researching and creating an installation; a quasi-institution called 'The National Facility for the Regulation of Regret.' She teaches on creative writing MAs in Sheffield and Manchester. 'Antiparos' is an excerpt from her novel-in-progress, What You Could Have Won.
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