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Charles Boyle & Kevin Clarke

Stop

Charles Boyle considers why writers sometimes stop writing, and Kevin Clarke details a secret crime of the screen-writing trade. Charles Boyle considers the range of circumstances that make writers stop writing, sometimes forever, and why this can be an amicable separation. Kevin Clarke shares a cautionary tale about deliberate plagiarism in the screen-writing industries – an issue he has had to contend with not once, but at least five times.


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