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Do You Need to Keep a Notebook?

March 10th 2014

Short story writer, novelist and creative writing lecturer SALLY O’REILLY ponders the writer’s notebook: ‘For most writers, a notebook is the closest thing we have to an artist’s sketch book, and the equivalent of a studio…’

The Life of an Emerging Writer

December 9th 2013

In this essay, RENIA SIMMONDS discusses the life of emerging short story writer George Lambor, as he worked towards writing fame.

Story: ‘Berroca’ by Julie Burchill

March 18th 2013

EXCLUSIVE NEW STORY: We are thrilled to bring you ‘Berroca’, a provocative and satirical short story from author and journalist JULIE BURCHILL. This is REBECCA, but not as you know it… ‘Last night I dreamt I was hanging at Madderley again, like back in the day…’

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