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‘Soon you’re writing articles of your own, furiously opinionated and probably ill-informed. You ask a local paper to print your words. They laugh at you.’

Caroline Smailes takes us for a soak at the Victoria Baths in Manchester, a self-proclaimed Water Palace of the Victorian era.

Mark Illis explores Blackheath in south-east London, and the layers of memory that cluster there.

Clare Fisher wanders the many ginnels, alleys, nooks and crannies of Leeds, and examines their role in inspiring her writing.

‘The unwritten play becomes so tantalisingly wonderful, surprising, profound: — why spoil its hypothetical brilliance by encasing it in specific words? ‘
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