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Thursday Connectors: The Never Ending Covid Story

By Farzana Hakim Lockdown, Red lists, Quarantines And Second Waves    Hi, all. Welcome to this month’s Thursday Connectors, with me, your host, Farzana Hakim. I’m super glad the sun has been out and shining brightly over the UK skies, bringing some joy back into our lives! I’m finally beginning to enjoy the simple ...

Writer Of The Month: Ann Dineen

Presented By Farzana Hakim Photo credit: Jimmy Lee It’s National Poetry Month and therefore I’m excited to introduce poet, Ann Dineen, as our ‘Writer Of The Month’. Ann and I have met on numerous occasions and are both proud to be part of the Pen to Print family of alumni. Ann ...

Thursday Connectors: Writing From Behind The Lines

by Farzana Hakim Hi, all. It’s Farzana here. Your host for another exciting edition of Thursday Connectors. It’s been two weeks since we last met and nothing has changed for the better, has it? How could it, when we’re being attacked from all directions by the disaster that is COVID-19? The majority ...

Thoughtful Tuesdays: Looking Between The Lines

By Eithne Cullen Refocusing On How We See Things During Black History Month This week’s theme has a very close link to October, celebrating Black History Month. Conceived to challenge racism and educate everybody about British history not taught in school, it has been celebrated nationwide for more than 30 years – ...

Thoughtful Tuesdays: Fall Into Fall

By Eithne Cullen Our pages this week have a focus on the changing season, as we move from summer, into what the Americans call 'Fall,' or autumn to us. Emmanuel Oreyeni, out talented artist at Pen to Print, has created this image of Fall; I love how he has captured the colours ...

Thoughtful Tuesdays: Mind The Gap

by Eithne Cullen This week, our theme of 'Mind The Gap' reminds us what a diverse bunch we are: our writing community, our neighbourhood, our city or country. It’s all part of the richness of the world we inhabit; we are not the same and do not all think and feel ...