The Royal Society of Literature has around 600 Fellows. They include the very best novelists, short-story writers, poets, playwrights, graphic fiction writers, biographers, historians, travel writers, literary critics and scriptwriters at work today. Honorary Fellows are those who have made a significant contribution to the advancement of literature as publishers, agents, librarians, booksellers or producers, or who have rendered special service to the Society.
Explore our full listing of current Fellows below. Use the alphabet links to filter the list by Fellow surname.
The RSL would like to thank its Patron Fellows for their kind support:
In the Library: Forgotten Friendships: Philip Oltermann and Miranda Seymour
In the Library: Two-way traffic: Rory Stewart on writing about place
Sir Tom Stoppard
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In the Library: Tom Stoppard and Michael Holroyd: Talking to themselves