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Your Name In Print?

Your Name In Print?

Authorial anonymity 

Alex Games
Alex Games considers why some authors adopt pseudonyms — and why others prefer complete anonymity.
Bernie McGill on how looking at maps offers insights into long-vanished worlds, enabling her to envisage events from the distant past.
James Woodall’s love of The Beatles’ music began when he was ten, and has continued unabated for fifty years. Here he describes a visit to the iconic Abbey Road Studios, where the band recorded some of their most famous albums, and talks about what their music has meant for his own career as a writer.