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Clare Morgan explores the influence of early bereavement on her writing and traces her mother’s legacy through her own body of work.
'Thankyou for packing the case for our long journey with language, story, curiosity. Thanks for biting away at the apple, for being solitary and bad at maths, awkward at the youth club.'

Cynthia Rogerson contemplates the literary spurs of exile and outsiderhood, wonders whether she would have written any novels if she’d simply stayed at home in the USA, and explains why being a writer is easier in Scotland than in California.

Brian McAvera considers what we’ve lost in favouring naturalistic, TV-esque theatre over the wider and deeper possibilities offered by non-naturalism.

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