Sara Wheeler

b. 1961

Sara Wheeler was elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature in 1999.


Articles by Sara Wheeler

Forty Under Forty

As the RSL prepares to elect a band of younger Fellows, nine writers made Fellows in their twenties and thirties remember what it meant to them.

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The Bangladeshi novel

Philip Hensher and Tahmima Anam discuss the Bangladeshi novel at the Tagore Memorial Metting, chaired by Sara Wheeler

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RSL Director Maggie Fergusson on prose-writing Fellows who began as poets

Many of our most respected prose writers began their literary lives as poets. Maggie Fergusson talks to them about the migration of their souls.

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Chekhov in Siberia

Michael Pennington brought the peripatetic playwright to life

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