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.
The Bangladeshi novel
Philip Hensher and Tahmima Anam discuss the Bangladeshi novel at the Tagore Memorial Metting, chaired by Sara Wheeler
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.
Chekhov in Siberia
Michael Pennington brought the peripatetic playwright to life