In ‘Writing vs Life: The Pram in the Hall’, we talk to a number of RLF writers about the challenges of balancing parenthood and a professional writing career, and whether mothers and fathers still have differing experiences in this area.
Charles Boyle considers the range of circumstances that make writers stop writing, sometimes forever, and why this can be an amicable separation.
Kevin Clarke shares a cautionary tale about deliberate plagiarism in the screen-writing industries - an issue he has had to contend with not once, but at least five times.
Emma Darwin retreats to country solitude, where she’s writing a memoir about failing to write a novel about her busy family history.
Charles Boyle and Fiona Shaw tell us about why they write, as featured in the Vox section of the RLF’s Showcase.