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Through analysing literary responses to the 1994 genocide in Rwanda, Sophie Buchaillard explores the role of fiction in giving a voice to silence. This process inspired her debut novel Victoria; a partially autobiographical tale of two teenage girls, one in Paris, one in Rwanda, and the gap left by their interrupted correspondence. More...

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What's My Grangetown is an exciting project offering Cardiff residents the opportunity to join Sophie for a six-week online class to learn about writing, practice skills, and create a piece of writing that best defines Grangetown from a personal perspective. More...


Sophie Buchaillard is currently working on two debut novels, Victoria and Little White Lies, whilst completing her MA in Creative Writing. She is a contributor to the Wales Arts Review. 


She is a member of the Welsh Writers' Group A Zoom of Our Own and an Associate Member of the Society of Authors. 

Sophie also facilitates workshops designed to support aspiring and established writers alike.


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"I set out on a journey, but the geography would not stay still, and I ended up somewhere I hadn't intended going."

Richard Gwyn

©2020 by Sophie Buchaillard. Photos by Piotr Skoczylas.