Podcasts

28-05-2015

Jeremy Seal tells George Miller about his thirty-year fascination with Turkey and how he came to write his first book about the suprising history of a small red hat, A Fez of the Heart.

07-05-2015

Marcy Kahan shares an exciting writing week with us in this nightly audio diary.

Babs Horton, Neil Hanson, Esther Selsdon, Philip Caveney, Susan Price and David Spencer tell us about why they write, as featured in the Vox section of the RLF’s Showcase.

30-04-2015

Heather Dyer speaks with Julia Copus about the pitfalls of early career success, and how she overcame creative block through a process of awakening and relinquishment.

23-04-2015

Emma Darwin is a novelist experimenting with radio plays.

Annie Caulfield is a radio writer embarking on a novel.

In this final part of a three-part conversation, we rejoin Annie and Emma to hear how they got on.

16-04-2015

Julia Copus examines the role of intense personal experience in contemporary poetry, including her own recent work.

Joanne Limburg examines the complex responsibility of writing honestly about one’s own life when this also requires writing about the lives of others.