"A really assured voice" "Writing with both power and quality" "A wonderful writing style"
My radio drama, Bones, was previewed at The Forum, Barrow-in-Furness on Sunday 27 September 2020, prior to its broadcast on BBC Radio 4, 2pm Monday 28th September 2020.
As part of the Contains Strong Language Festival, a film has been commissioned to accompany the audio drama and this will be available via BBC Arts Contains Strong Language. It is still available to watch and listen online.
For more information about the making of the film please click here.
If you would like another story set in the magical landscape of Morecambe Bay then take a look at my new novel, Once Upon A Place (see below). To hear me discussing the novel, tune in to Radio 3, The Verb, 10pm Friday 2nd October 2020.
Three extraordinary women
Three broken loves
One magical landscape
Kindle edition available now on amazon.co.uk
“A story of migrations and homecomings, love and loss. Zosia Wand’s novel
is imbued with a keen sense of an ever-changing, beautiful and deadly place.” Jo Baker, Longbourn
“Wonderful writing. An evocative story about the transformative power of place.” Liz Nuttall, Handstand Press
“A gripping, moving, funny and ultimately satisfying read. If you like Joanne Harris you will love Zosia Wand.” Anne Fisher
If you enjoy the novel, why not recommend it to friends and organise a book group discussion? For tips about how to run a book group and information about occasional Zoom Q&As with the author, click here.
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Out Now! The Treehouse e-book.
Adapted from the critically acclaimed BBC Radio Drama. A standalone story from The Tarnside Trilogy which includes, Trust Me and The Accusation.
Previewed by Sophie Hannah!
"Intricate, intriguing, beautifully written and highly additictive."
A message scrawled across a woodland treehouse where Mark fell to his death 20 years ago causes panic among his remaining friends. Someone else know what happened that night.
"Excellent gripping stuff!"
"Brilliant characterisation and suspense."
Radio Times Pick of The Week.
For more information please click here.