The Memory by Judith Barrow, published by Honno, is a moving story about love and forgiveness. A demented mother, a Down’s syndrome sister and a 1970s background form part of this compelling tale of one woman’s struggle.
This short story, set in Penarth, has been selected for publication by Secret Attic in the April competition. Our first joint short story publication!
After the End by Clare Mackintosh is a story about life and death decisions, relationships and family.
Janet Laugharne's group of five poems has been long listed in erbacce-prize for poetry 2020. Delighted to be in the top 140 out of 9000+ entrants.
A writing prompt by J. L. Harland published on Christopher Fielden’s website. A quick idea to give you character, motivation and setting.
Do you have problems with setting? Is your setting like another character or just a vague background?
The Lonely Life of Biddy Weir by Lesley Allen is a tale set in Northern Ireland about the nature of relationships, bullying, loneliness and redemption.
Normal People, published by Faber & Faber, is an award winning novel by Sally Rooney. It is the story of two young people magnetically drawn to one another and a relationship that is both complicated and intense at times.
Wild Spinning Girls, published by Honno, is the third novel by Carol Lovekin. It is a tale of mystery and magic and two young women whose lives are interwoven in ways they have yet to find out.
In these exceptional times we are all finding new ways to work and new ways to deal with the most devastating disease we’ve ever encountered. Five thoughts about writing at this time.