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What if we’re all just writing the same stories though? What separates say Hemingway from Faulkner? Style. People remember their styles.
Reece Choules is handed a white envelope while passing through Waterstones, and wonders whether it might be the future of publishing.
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In his latest column, Reece Choules considers what makes some writers bigger than others – and whether success can be categorised.
Enduring the pain of loss.
Reece Choules recalls a recent reading at Listen Softly London, and urges the next generation of writers to stand up and claim their brave new world.
In his latest column, Reece Choules examines our notions of success and failure, and our desire for the new.
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Reece Choules returns with his ‘More Writing About Writing’ column, and the familiar problem of trying to balance the desire to write against the need for a social life.
Reece Choules remembers a youth of sticker books, dead-end jobs and second chances.
What would you be willing to sacrifice in order to survive?