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Lucy Flannery confesses to an out-of-control obsession with stationery, explaining that every notebook and index card has a role in her creative process and reminding us that nothing is ever really thrown away when you’re a writer.

Alexandra Benedict considers the many different modes of sensory perception (including her own intriguing experience of synaesthesia), and explores how the senses can make their way into writing.

‘Julia Cameron states that writer’s block needs to be radically reconfigured as a sign that the writer has too many ideas, not too few. ‘
‘Half way down the first page of a new novel I’d shrug. Nothing wrong with the writing, just that I felt I knew it already. Ditto cinema. Weeks passed, then months. ‘
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