Writing Through Isolation

Legend will tell you that The Writer™ is a solitary and hermit-like creature, famously detached and notoriously antisocial. Beyond tropes of the reclusive artist, what do we make of the very real experiences of withdrawal and isolation that can punctuate a writer’s lifestyle? We hear from wordsmiths Erin Stewart, Heather Joan Day and Sharon Willdin about coping with disconnection and sustaining a vibrant writing life amidst solitude.

Produced by Beth Gibson

RELEASED THURSDAY 1 NOVEMBER

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Download the transcript of this episode here.