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Monday Moments: Easter 2021

Introduced By Holly King Happy Easter! Immediately (after images of chocolate and bunnies with baskets of pastel-coloured eggs), I thought back to this time last year. Write On! Extra was in its infancy and my fourth Monday Moments page went up on Easter Monday 2020. Who could have predicted the following ...

Showcase: St Patrick’s Day

Welcome to Wednesday’s Showcase page and because it’s St Patrick’s Day  March 17th – we’ve brought you a little flavour of Ireland. The pieces I’m showcasing today all have their roots in the Irish diaspora, the word used to describe the dispersion or spread of any people from their original homeland. ...

Showcase: Eleanor Marx: The Jewess Of Jews Walk

In this, my second week as guest editor of the Wednesday Showcase page, I’m featuring the work of one of our Pen to Print writers, Lucy Kaufman. As well as being an active part of the team, Lucy is the tutor for Pen to Print playwriting and screenwriting courses. Thirty-three of ...

Thoughtful Tuesdays: International Women’s Day

By Eithne Cullen I’m delighted to introduce  this page to you   this month, as March is the month that’s associated with women’s empowerment and International Women’s Day (IWD). I have fond memories of International Women’s Day from the time when I worked in a girls’ school.  We always did a lot ...

Writer Of The Month: Eithne Cullen

By Julie Dexter This month Eithne offers us a collection of poems and two extracts from her novels. The first two poems each have a theme of ageing, though, they are vastly different in context. Metaphors and allusions within the first poem are tightly woven into the rhyme scheme featuring couplets ...