This chapter indulges in some critical reflection, while reading the edited transcript of an entertaining and enjoyable as well as useful discussion between three popular and prolific life writers. Robert Fraser, who has written biographical drama as well as prose, chaired the discussion and introduces Michael Holroyd, Jackie Kay and Blake Morrison. The chapter provides a record of an open, intimate and honest process of self-assessment and discussion among the writers, who met and talked in London in 2005. The chapter provides a list of the main issues that they raise such as the relationship between the life and the work; life writing and the broader context: the world; poetic life writing; and the appeal of life writing.