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After receiving a 2:1 in English, Mackintosh completed a Masters in Creative Writing at the University of Glasgow. From here, she has worked for the Arts Council, Blackwell’s and Hyland & Byrne all before becoming an author.
As well as her 2017 novel, ‘So Happy It Hurts’, Mackintosh also has a short story collection entitled ‘Any Other Mouth’, published in 2014. Her books have won many awards, as well as being broadcast on BBC Radio 4.
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