'There aren’t many places where I can’t write. A beach in full sun is no good, nor is a fast-moving car, but trains are fine, parks in fair weather, waiting rooms, anywhere with a seat, in fact. People don’t distract me, nor does any but the loudest noise. '
Jeremy Treglown speaks with Ann Morgan about choosing biographical subjects, the fallibility of memory, trying to tell real-life stories fairly and the experience of being a critic as well as an author.
Jeremy Treglown considers the allure of working with historical archives and shares some literary anecdotes from a lifetime of documentary research.