Sir Michael Holroyd
Sir Michael Holroyd was elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature in 1968.
Articles by Sir Michael Holroyd
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.
Biograpahers Patrick French, Richard Holmes, Hermione Lee, Ruth Scurr and Jenny Uglow celebrate Michael Holroyd's 80th birthday.
Beginning, middle and end
Karin Altenberg, Jessie Burton, Michael Holroyd and Debborah Moggach at the Cosmo Davenport-Hines Memorial Meeting
Six characters in flight from an author
Michael Holroyd talking to Eleanor Bron about his biography 'A Strange and Eventful History'.
A is for Anger: Michael Holroyd on Stephen Potter
Michael Holroyd on why Stephen Potter's 'Gamemanship' is a better guide to life than 'Mein Kampf'.
Bankers daft: Michael Holroyd on the inability of banks to deal with writers
Tom Stoppard and Michael Holroyd: Talking to themselves
Tom Stoppard and Michael Holroyd interview themselves - RSL Review 2005