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I suspect that every writer’s desk has a tide-mark of stuff arranged around its periphery, totemic objects that connect us in some way to our writing.
In his latest column, Reece Choules considers what makes some writers bigger than others – and whether success can be categorised.
Tracey Iceton considers the thorny question of whether creative writing can be taught, and finds that the answer isn’t a simple yes or no.