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Early in his career, Jonathan Tulloch vowed never to write about his father. But after watching him die he wondered what had stopped him mining what, for many other writers, has proved one of the richest seams: the father/son relationship. By describing their shared passion for rare birds, he finds a way to write about that relationship for the very first time.
09-07-2015

The RLF provides an inside look at the diverse and surprising ways in which contemporary writers support themselves beyond their writing lives.

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