Blog Posts tagged: RLS

desk at Grez

RLS Fellowship: David Bishop on Applying with an Open Mind

Award-winning screenwriter and author David Bishop thought writers like him couldn't win a Robert Louis Stevenson Fellowship. Luckily, he applied anyway and loved every moment of the experience.

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Looking down the staircase at Hotel Chevillon

Intimidation and Inspiration: Zoë Strachan Reflects on RLS Fellowship

Author Zoë Strachan reflects on the experience of walking, eating and writing in the Hôtel Chevillon in France, a hotel with deep significance for Robert Louis Stevenson.

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RLS Fellowship: A Few Thoughts For Your Application

Writer, director and translator Alan McKendrick was an RLS Fellow in 2015. Here are his insights into the process of applying for retreats.

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River in Grez-Sur-Loing

RLS Retreat: Writing Without the City

Robert Louis Stevenson Fellow Claire Prentice is more used to writing in cities than in the countryside, so how did she fare in sleepy Grez-Sur-Loing during her retreat?

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Malachy Tallack

The Magic of an Island by Malachy Tallack

During his stay in Grez-sur-Loing as part of his Robert Louis Stevenson Fellowship, Malachy Tallack contemplated the origins of Treasure Island.

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