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How I Write, part 3

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In ‘How I Write’, RLF writers explore the age-old question of where ideas come from and how they get transformed into stories. In this installment of ‘How I Write’, Royal Literary Fund writers discuss the mysterious mechanism by which stories, plays and poems are born, taking in everything from the arrival of the idea and the slog of the drafting process to the joys of editing.

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