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Thoughtful Tuesdays: Nonsense Poetry

By Eithne Cullen Welcome to the first ‘Thoughtful Tuesday’ page of 2022. It’s hard to believe it’s almost two years since we started the Extra pages to keep us going through what we thought might be a few weeks of lockdown. Yet here we still are, and we’re off to a ...

Showcase: The Black Water Code + Reborn, Villanelle Poem

September's Showcases will be introduced by Georgina Brown, Manager of The Wilbur & Niso Smith Foundation. We are confidently riding the adventure wave for another week. In the last weeks, we’ve looked at some of the characteristics of an adventure hero: bravery, resourcefulness and courage. We’ve discussed the idea that an ...

Friday Features: Writers + Money

By Palak Tewary Writing is a creative endeavour. To sustain it, there is a need for writers to be financially savvy and have knowledge around the economics of writing. Writers don’t need to enjoy it, nor do they need to be good at it – there are experts for that – ...

Writer Of The Month: Palak Tewary

Introduced by Dagmara Drozdowska Being a part of the ‘Pen to Print’ family gives me amazing opportunities to meet people who share the same interest and understand what it’s like to be a writer. Due to the pandemic, we were not able to meet in person, but it gives me great ...

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 ...

Showcase: Inner Vow + Be More Vixen

Dear Readers This marks my last week as Showcase editor as I hand the reins to Claire Buckle for May. Today, I'm presenting two short stories: Inner Vow by Norma Armand and Be More Vixen by Lynda Shepherd. These are both beautiful stories, reminding me of inner strength and the power of ...

Showcase: Nodding Daffodils + The Witch’s Heart

Dear Readers, As an ode to spring, I bring you a short and sweet poem from Gloria Maloney. The sunshine, the breeze, the smiling flowers all remind us change can be beautiful too. I believe nature’s way will always remain a mystery to us mere mortals! In addition, Genevieve Gornichec pulls us ...

Showcase: April Showers + This Much Huxley Knows

Dear Readers, I hope you are keeping well and are getting used to the ever-changing weather here in the UK. While you enjoy the beautiful sunshine, don’t be lulled by the warm weather, as the cold and the rain may visit us anytime, unexpectedly – as Claire beautifully depicts in her ...