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Thoughtful Tuesdays: Beginnings And Endings

By Eithne Cullen It’s great to be starting the New Year with the theme of Beginnings And Endings, and my January page is, naturally, looking at beginnings. Some of you may know I love a quiz. There’s a round I particularly like to show off in and that’s the opening lines of ...

Thoughtful Tuesdays: Realities And Perspectives

By Eithne Cullen Welcome to this Thoughtful Tuesday page, where I’m taking a look into the realities and perspectives of November days and cold winter nights. This month, I have some wintry pieces for you: from thoughts on curling up with a good book on a cold night, through poems to ...

Thoughtful Tuesdays: Contradictions In Love

By Eithne Cullen Welcome to February’s Thoughtful Tuesday page. Here at Pen to Print, we’re thinking and writing about life’s contradictions and how they come across in our reading and our writing. In this month’s page, I’m continuing to present writing to fit that theme. I’m thinking about love and romance, too  (February ...

Thoughtful Tuesdays: Contradictions

By Eithne Cullen Welcome to my January 2023 ‘Thoughtful Tuesday’ page.  I hope the celebrations of Christmas and the New Year have left you rested and ready for whatever the future brings. It’s a funny feeling, seeing out the old year and greeting the new. We think of the old year as ...

Monday Moments: Worlds Apart

Introduced By Holly King As Write On! Extra transitions from our theme of Mind Your Language: Words And How We Use Them to our new theme of Worlds Apart, I couldn’t help but find synchronicity within the two themes. For example, my previous Monday Moments page focused on how dialects can ...

As A… Writer: Mary L. Walsh

This week, Write On! page editor Eithne Cullen chats with short story author, Mary L. Walsh. Mary was born in Hammersmith, London, to Irish parents, but grew up and went to school in Dagenham, Essex. She has always written poetry, starting at about age nine, winning a poetry competition at school.  She ...