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Lois Pryce & Rhiannon Tise


Lois Pryce steers around the perils of writing about real people, and Rhiannon Tise shares the joy of creative collaboration. Lois Pryce highlights the potential perils of writing about real people in non-fiction and memoir, and shares the tactics a writer can employ to keep everyone happy, including themselves. Rhiannon Tise shares her joy in creative collaboration, in her theatre work and particularly in radio drama.

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