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All Writers Are Out Of Their Tiny Little Minds

You don’t have to be mad to be a writer, but it helps if you are

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At my first ever university seminar about Great Expectations by Charles Dickens, our tutor Vic Callaghan, asked his first question; what is schizophrenia? Needless to say, we all looked somewhat confused. Nobody dared…




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