Write On! Audio, Podcasts & Videos.
Write On! is Pen to Print’s free print magazine. Along with the digital Write On! Extra, it showcases our powerful, diverse writers’ network. We now offer Write On! Audio – the podcast ‘For Writers Everywhere.’
Write On! Audio introduces listeners to fabulous writers, creating opportunities to access readings, advice and industry insights.
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In this edition of Write On! Audio we have an interview with Palak Tewary
Palak Tewary is a management and finance professional who combines her business life with a second career as an avid and skilled writer. As a regular contributor to Write On! she is a popular and valued member of the Pen to Print team. In our interview Palak discusses her recent nomination as one of the top 50 women in accounting and her creative work as a poet and writer.
The interviewer is Write On! Deputy Editor Claire Buss who spoke to Palak alongside Write On! Editor Madeleine White
You can find out more about Palak and read some of her work by visiting her website at https://palaktewary.com
You can follow Palak on Linkedin here https://www.linkedin.com/in/palaktewary/
And read Palak’s Writer of the month article from Write On! here : https://pentoprint.org/writer-of-the-month-palak-tewary/
Join us next week for an interview with writer and academic Lisa McKenzie, founder of the Working Class Collective.
We’re always delighted to read your contributions so if you’d like to see your words in Write on! or hear them on this podcast please get in touch. Please submit to: https://pentoprint.org/get-involved/submit-to-write-on/
Thank you for listening to Write On! Audio. This edition has been presented by Tiffany Clare and produced by Chris Gregory. Write On! Audio is an Alternative Stories production for Pen to Print.
This podcast is supported using public funding by Arts Council England
Gboyega has been writer in residence with Rabbits Road Institute Library supported by Pen to Print since 2020, working on a new set of poems and interviews which came together in pamphlet Two stops short of Barking, published in May this year and available to buy here. Listen now as Gboyega Odubanjo delivers an audio-essay-as-journey through Dagenham, specifically around the Becontree Estate where he lives. The audio piece features three poems from Gboyega’s pamphlet ‘Two stops short of Barking’, plus music, documentary footage, popular cultural references, field recordings and more. Made in collaboration with Lucia Scazzocchio of Social Broadcasts.
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