February 6, 2023


Connecting Asian writers with global readers

How I Write: William Dalrymple

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william_dalrymple“I have two different routines depending on whether I’m writing a book or not. I write a book once every four-five years, and it normally takes the best part of a year to put the thing down on paper: the shortest was nine months for Nine Lives, the longest From the Holy Mountain which took 18 months.

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