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'"You write about relationships. You write about love. The Romantic Novelists' Association is a broad church, and they throw fabulous parties!" So, I joined. I went to the Christmas party. It was indeed fabulous. They introduced me to three agents.'

Lawrence Sail speaks with Ann Morgan about the importance of fallow periods, the difficult art of writing about and for people you know, the difference between a poem and a description and being drunk on the power and enjoyment of words.


Jane Feaver examines the nostalgic impulse and its relationship with the pastoral, and celebrates their combined generative power in the act of writing.

Katharine McMahon considers the role that location plays in historical fiction, and at what point a writer should go and explore it.

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