Clover Stroud Bio Pic (c) Paul Clarke

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Clover Stroud is an experienced journalist and broadcaster making regular contributions to TV and radio. She has had three columns in the Sunday Telegraph and has written regularly for The Sunday Times, The Guardian, Harper’s Bazaar, The Spectator, RED, Elle and Tatler.

Clover has wide experience of events and book festivals and is building a growing Instagram following. Her first book, The Wild Other, was critically acclaimed and shortlisted for the Wainwright Prize.

Clover’s recent book, My Wild and Sleepless Nightsexamines what it means to be a mother, and reveals with unflinching honesty the many conflicting emotions that this entails: the joy and the wonder, the loneliness and despair.

Image (c) Paul Clarke

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