Yvonne Battle Felton discusses her publishing experience and the how she found an editor for her first novel, ‘Remembered’.
I paint a lot of the landscapes that I see as I’m hiking … sometimes it’s the view I get from the summit but other times it’s little tiny details, small landscapes that are kind […]
Whatever the mainstream narrative is, there may be some truth to that narrative but … there are always many other stories running alongside it, or going in opposition to it, and it would be foolish […]
One of the reasons we move so much is that we look at the communities … when we moved to Devon, there was a community of creative people there already that we joined and there […]
I do use made-up words in my fiction, peppered in amongst the English … for example, ‘gracekeeper’ is not a word … I just thought it sounded nice and had good connections with what I […]
Travelling has given me such a respect for how places and contexts shape communities and vice versa … I think it has given me understanding and it is an influence on my work. Let’s […]
I like the idea of leaving work in the landscape … creating something where it has fallen, where the environment has nurtured it, and leaving it there for people to randomly stumble accross. Want to […]
Being born on the other side of the world doesn’t mean you can’t talk to each other or understand each other … You have to stay curious about other people, and artists are curious by […]