There are some days when working on fiction becomes my reward system around getting X amount of jobs done from the day-job list.
I’d love to say I have a writing routine, but I don’t, I write very sporadically.
I write on trains, in between places, I can write in cafes, public libraries, crowded spaces, in a park… I can write anywhere that a mood strikes me or a character does a whisper…
If you are looking for an agent you’ll have to pull all your connections and you can’t be too pushy but you can’t give up easily Nguyễn Phan Quế Mai In this episode, Vietnamese-born author […]
In this extract, Inés discusses how to write in a langue that is not your mother tongue and how to find publishers in different countries.
In this extract, Rob talks about the excitement of getting a piece published and how you can use that energy to keep sending your work out.
Lisa Blower had won many prestigious awards for her short stories and yet, the publishing journey for her debut novel, ‘Sitting Ducks’, was a long and strenuous one.
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 […]