No one asks them to contribute to the New Yorker. They wouldn’t win the Whitbread (and wouldn’t want one). The “queens of popular fiction”, Jilly Cooper and Joanna Trollope, join forces in the old argument over the merits of popular versus literary writing at Hay. (The Babu’s summary: Who cares what the critics say/ We have our readers anyway.”)

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