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Christopher Fowler
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Great Britain
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I've been aware of the problem for a very long time, but it wasn't something I could easily solve. All but one of my Bryant & May books are set in London. One the few that isn't is one of my favourites - 'White Corridor'. This bias of location occurs in my books from 'Roofworld' onwards, and it's easy to see why. Whether I was in my office or my home, a few paces took me outside to the capital's…
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Christopher Fowler
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The Arts
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This is a Punch cartoon in the late 19th century that sums up the writer's job. Sitting and thinking, or just sitting, is good news for writers. While office workers have to rush-hour ride LT's mobile TB clinics to work in hangars lit like garages, we can drift to our studies with a plate of biscuits in our dressing gowns to think and write. Score one to the creatives. But wait; our pay is stuck…
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