Last week I ran an interview with my Venetian writing mates, Gregory Dowling and Philip Gwynne Jones, which you'll find below. One point raised by Gregory in that chat near San Basilio kept nagging at me: that old and thorny subject of writing about what you know. Gregory rightly pointed out that, as an academic, … Continue reading Some thoughts on ‘write what you know’ — a podcast
As anyone who knows me understands I love Venice. A lot. I'm just back from my third trip there this year and it's time I paid some dues. First a podcast on how a random press trip to the city and a boring press conference kickstarted my writing career just when I thought it was … Continue reading How Venice saved my writing career — a podcast
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