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Library The illusion of biography

Claire Tomalin and Victoria Glendinning are two of Britain’s most distinguished biographers, and both Vice- Presidents of the RSL.Tomalin’s books include ‘Samuel Pepys: The Unequalled Self ’, ‘Thomas Hardy: The Time-Torn Man’ and ‘The Invisible Woman: …

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Library A passage to Mexico

GEE: There’s never been a battle between the languages for you? DESAI: I’ve never thought of it as a battle, because I’ve used different languages for different things: Hindi and German for communication with family and friends, and English for writing …

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Library Skinning the lion (A dialogue between Derek Walcott and Ben Okri)

Two figures in overcoats converge on Tom Stacey’s house in Kensington, once the home of the pianist and composer Muzio Clementi and visited in its time by Mendelssohn, Paganini and Chopin. Derek Walcott, Nobel Prize-winning poet and playwright, is in L …

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Masterclasses

A day’s masterclass can transform one’s writing: something magical happens when you get a group of like-minded people in a room together. The RSL Booker Masterclasses, as well as being extraordinarily good value for money, make it possible for aspiring …

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Library Life is tweet: Margaret Atwood on her passion for new technology

Your 400,000 Twitter followers are a bit of a mystery to some writers. What’s it all for? Who are they? Is it for publicity/fame/money/fun/sharing information? I don’t know why short-form writing is considered odd. People have been doing it ever since …

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RSL/Booker Prize Foundation Masterclass Top Tips

Our masterclasses were limited to 14 participants to ensure that each individual received feedback on their writing. So that the series benefits more than the lucky few who secured a place, we have published interviews with past tutors, with their top …

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Library After Agatha

JAMES: I suppose the question we get asked most often by other people is ‘Why crime?’, and in a way that ties up with when we began writing. Was your first book crime? You wrote some short stories before you were published, didn’t you? RENDELL: You rem …

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Library Whatever Next?

As the RSL takes on the administration of the Encore Award for best second novel, arts journalist Alex Clark, chair of this year’s judges, reflects on the joys and pitfalls of the fictional follow-up Numbers always demand a little context, and ordinals …

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Dalloway Day

‘However strange your experience, other people have had it too’—Virginia Woolf, ‘On Being Ill’ Every year on ‘a Wednesday in mid-June’, the RSL celebrates the work and legacy of Virginia Woolf. On Wednesday 17 June, our first ever virtual Dalloway Day …

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Library Once upon a time

The things I wanted to do as I began growing up were, in time order: to drive a pedal car; to live in a London flat (I had never even visited London); and, of course, to write a novel. Of course. Then, adult, I saw sense. To write novels for a living, …

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