In the latest of her dispatches from the frontline of chitchat, Lou Conran ponders the filth-spattered minefield that is online dating.
In the latest of her dispatches from the frontline of chitchat, Lou Conran wonders if going through the motions at Christmas is really that bad an idea.
In the latest of her dispatches from the frontline of chitchat, Lou Conran finds herself pondering sandwiches and mortality.
There’s nothing Lou Conran enjoys more than a ramble and a rant over a nice cup of tea and a biscuit. In the first of her regular dispatches from the frontline of chitchat, she wonders if living alone has driven her crackers
We talk about miscarriage, says Lou Conran, but when she had to terminate her sick baby’s life, why did she feel she couldn’t discuss it?
Lou Conran’s short story heroine Lucy is back! And this time she’s staying in the closet. Brace yourself: it’s got more smut than a dirty Victorian chimney.
To celebrate National Short Story Week, Standard Issue is running a selection of short and (not always) sweet fictions. In this little delight, Lou Conran’s plucky heroine Lucy has a night to almost-remember.
In the latest of a series that sees Standard Issue writers celebrate the clothes that make them happy, Lou Conran reflects on the dress that makes her eggcups runneth over.
Rejoin the excellent pairing of Hannah Dunleavy and Lou Conran as they live blogged the arse off the Baftas.
Suddenly faced with the prospect of a life without the children she always assumed she’d have, Lou Conran quickly found – and lost – herself in a world of fertility tests and potential-filled pots.