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‘I only have books that are useful or inspirational to the writing process, and my own published works are here. ‘
Dan Richards describes some of the quirkier objects writers have used as touchstones to inspire them to write, and some of the rituals they employ for the same reason.

Penny Boxall seeks inspiration at Laurence Sterne’s Shandy Hall, wondering how to move forward as a writer after the loss of her mother and her previous creative rituals.

Jonathan Edwards considers the poet WH Davies, whose extensive body of work forms a bridge between two worlds - the natural beauty of South Wales, and the gritty reality of early 20th century London and its poverty.

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