In her guidance to writers in the lead-up to this year’s Bridport Competition deadline, fiction judge Monica Ali gives the bold advice: ‘Don’t write what you know.’ This, of course, runs contrary to one of the most oft-cited rules of writing, particularly in creative writing programmes, and Ali is very aware of this. She goes […]
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