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Who Do I Write For?

A ‘Who do you write for?’ prompted response

The Arming and Departure of the Knights, one of the Holy Grail-themed 19th-century tapestries by Edward Burne-Jones, William Morris, and John Henry Dearle

There have been a few pieces recently in CounterArts on that have been as a result of a prompt: ‘Who do you write for?’. Pretty straightforward question you immediately think. But those five words are deadly — for a writer.

I have seen them and kept clear, as I felt that to go into such deep and unforgiving territory was…




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Marc Barham

Marc Barham

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