The Woman Under the Ground

‘The Woman Under the Ground’ is novelist Megan Taylor’s first collection of short stories. The writing is brooding and mysterious with finely drawn characters, so often the victims of absence and loss: a child taken to a neglected museum by her forsaken father; a woman revisiting the scene of an ended affair; a couple taking a road trip to try to reconcile the death of their daughter. More

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Published by Weathervane Press
Words: 30,330
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310049040
About Megan Taylor

Megan Taylor was born in Greenwich, South London, in 1973.

Her first novel, How We Were Lost, a dark coming-of-age story, was published by Flame Books in 2007 after placing second in the Yeovil Prize.

In 2009, she was awarded an MA with Distinction in Creative Writing from Manchester Metropolitan University, where she’d started her second novel, The Dawning.

The Dawning, a literary thriller about a family pushed to breaking point, was published by Weathervane Press in 2010. Megan’s latest novel, The Lives of Ghosts (also Weathervane, 2012), plays with ideas of inheritance and motherhood, and the haunting power of memories that refuse to be suppressed. Megan currently lives in Nottingham, with her two children and is (of course) working on her fourth book.

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