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As A… Writer: Alison Booth

This week, Write On! chats with historical fiction author, Alison Booth. Alison has worked in the UK and in Australia as a professor and a novelist. Her most recent novel, The Philosopher’s Daughters, is set in the 1890s in London and Australia. Her previous novels include A Perfect Marriage, a work of contemporary fiction, ...

In Conversation With Kia Abdullah

by Claire Buss The coronavirus and the country-wide lockdown have resulted in many changes and adaptations to our daily lives; not least the temporary closure of libraries and the delay in producing the print version of Write On! magazine. In response to this, the team here shifted our focus to a ...

Thursday Connectors: Lockdown Loneliness

Hi, all. It’s Farzana here again for this week’s Thursday Connectors. Today, I’m moving sideways from our usual format of going overseas, to bring you a lockdown story. Instead, I’ve asked my lovely colleagues here at Write On!  to give me their take on what lockdown loneliness means to them. For ...

Monday Memoirs: Value vs Values

Introduced by Holly King In the months that we’ve been in lockdown, our lives have been thrown up in the air and our regimes scattered about on the floor, like the good old game of 52-Card Pickup (beware if your grandad asks you to play a game of cards that you’ve ...