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Thoughtful Tuesdays: Resolutions

By Eithne Cullen Happy New Year! We ended 2020 on the theme of Hope and carry on our new hopes into 2021. I thought I’d start the year off thinking about the way we all make resolutions as one year ends and the next begins. Sometimes these resolutions are made as the ...

Thoughtful Tuesdays: Hope

By Eithne Cullen My mother was always using sayings and proverbs and many of them often pop into my mind. With our theme of 'Hope' coming into the magazine, I remembered her saying: “Hope springs eternal in the human breast.” Interestingly enough, it’s a line that comes up in our piece ...

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: Food For Thought

By Eithne Cullen 'Food For Thought'… there’s a theme to work with. I'm certain at the time of writing we will have plenty of submissions on this theme. Everyone loves food: talking about it, preparing it, eating it and oh, yes, photographing it! The first time I saw someone photographing her food ...

Thoughtful Tuesdays: Unplugged

by Eithne Cullen Our theme for this week’s magazine is 'Unplugged'. We’ve been cut off and plugged in for a long time now. Everyone says: 'What would we have done without the technology we’ve got?' For me, the theatres streaming performances has been a real lifesaver, a reminder of normal life. And ...

Thursday Connectors: Hear BAME Voices

Hi, all. It’s Farzana here. This week, though it’s not my most topical Thursday Connectors, my message is simple: in celebrating the work of BAME writers, it’s important to talk about standing together as writers and the problems we face in terms of getting traditionally published. Today, I want to spell ...