Mslexia Magazine - Issue 69
In this Issue
- Are there too many literary poems?
- Actors as writers
- Create your own MA
- Writing and dementia
- Francis Hardridge
- Jan Blake
- Sarah Howe
- Lucy Gannon
- Jill Dawson
- Ruby Wax
Issue 69 of Mslexia features Debbie Taylor asking whether winning is losing it's value in her Agenda: Are there too many literary prizes? Juliete E McKenna introduces poems and stories on the theme 'monster'. Plus:
- Interview: Award winning storyteller Jan Blake explains to Anna Sayburn why she never uses a script.
- Career: Performance tutor Sarah Myers urges us to take performance seriously in her feature 'Stand tall and stop apologising'
- Out Now: Linda Anderson analyses the work of noted short story author Zadie Smith
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