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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.

‘Everything in his plays is stripped down to it’s minimum, and yet his thematic and emotional reach is so vast. His later plays have an extraordinary intimacy.’
Nicola Baldwin reflects on her time as Royal Literary Fund Fellow at the University of Greenwich, and how the legacy of Floyer Sydenham – the destitute author whose fate inspired the foundation of the RLF – lives on.
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