Una Mannion’s second novel, Tell Me What I Am, is a superbly literary novel masquerading as a compelling thriller. In conversation with Helen Elliott, Mannion asks how we know who we are.
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Una Mannion lives in the northwest of Ireland and has won numerous prizes for her work. Her debut novel, A Crooked Tree, made the Irish bestseller list and won the Kate O'Brien prize. Her most recent novel is Tell Me What I Am.
Helen Elliott is a prominent literary critic, journalist and the editor of Grandmothers. Her writing has appeared in The Monthly, The Australian, The Age, Griffith Review, Best Australian Essays, Vogue and numerous other publications. She was the literary editor of the Herald Sun and has two children, four granddaughters and an acre of garden.