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All search results for: Cliff Forshaw

Kill Your Darlings

Nick Holdstock on doing away with one’s literary offspring. Editing one’s own work can be a painful process, argues Nick…
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Haunted By The Brontës

Katharine McMahon describes her fascination with the Brontë sisters, and the way their lives have been interwoven with her own.…
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Shamans and Psychopomps

Hilary Davies recounts how she was changed forever by prehistoric cave paintings. Prehistoric cave paintings have long captivated writers. When…
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Warp and Weft

Katharine Quarmby explores how adoption shapes the writer’s identity. As a transracial adoptee, Katharine Quarmby wondered if her family stories…
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The Challenge Of Aboriginal Art

Antony Mason offers an appreciation of Australian Aboriginal Art. Antony Mason’s first encounter with the Aboriginal art of Australia was…
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Are You Reel?

Sally Kindberg on her visits to Bleak House. On successive visits to Bleak House, Charles Dickens’s home in Broadstairs, Sally…
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Visiting Things No Longer There

John Harrison on the traces we leave behind. John Harrison describes his investigations into the earliest human societies, and what…
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Lynn Knight

Lynn Knight is interested in the larger narratives behind ordinary lives, most particularly the lives of women. Her biography, Clarice…
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My Secret Life

Sally Cline describes what it’s like to live in two cities on different sides of the Atlantic. For many years,…
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Tarot As A Tool For Writing

Diane Samuels discovers in the Tarot a ‘universal language for the imagination’. Generally associated with fortune-telling rather than story-telling, the…
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Mapping Stories

Bernie McGill on the pleasures of maps. Bernie McGill on how looking at maps offers insights into long-vanished worlds, enabling…
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Why We Need Literary Pride

This Pride Month, RLF Fellow and Heartstopper story consultant Wren James on the importance of queer representation in books.
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