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Cynthia Rogerson & Anna Reynolds

Bird in a gilded cage

Cynthia Rogerson considers the pleasures and pitfalls of the writing life, and Anna Reynolds disowns the ‘room of one’s own’. Cynthia Rogerson takes us on a wry and rueful whistlestop tour of the perils, pleasures and pitfalls of the writing life, for both writers and those who have to put up with them. Anna Reynolds encounters a perplexing dilemma when an ostensible writing necessity, the ‘room of one’s own’, becomes an obstacle to progress instead of a creative oasis.


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