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The author of ‘The Broken String’ (Penguin), Neil has written texts and devised narrative for games, interactive formats, performance and children’s television, including Okido (CBeebies), Nightmare High (C4) and the audio games Papa Sangre and The Nightjar, winning industry recognition at the highest level. He is currently writing an interactive serial for Oolipo set in the cosmos of Norse myth.
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