‘Except for the supremely confident, the arrogant and the self-deluded, writing is an unsatisfactory occupation of wickedly high highs and wickedly low lows.’
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‘Am I actually going to get out of bed and start work? Of course not, and yet I can’t stop thinking about it because that’s what creativity feels like.’
Elanor Dymott speaks with Robin Blake about storytelling’s essential role in the British legal system, migrating from law journalism to fiction, and the childhood origins of an unsettling recurrent theme in her writing.