Salman Rushdie writes a childhood fable


    Hour 2

    The Booker Prize – winning writer SALMAN RUSHDIE returns to Radio Times to discuss the new fable he has written for his youngest son, “Luka and the Fire of Life.” Rushdie, author of over ten novels, non-fiction works and short stories is known best for “Midnight’s Children” and the controversial 1988 novel, “Satanic Verses,” that inspired world-wide riots and a fatwa issued upon him by the Iranian leader at the time, Ayatollah Khomeini.

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