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Write On! Interviews: Writer Patsy Middleton

Write On! interviews writer Patsy Middleton Patsy was a finalist in the Pen to Print Book Challenge 2015 and 2016 with her debut novel, Colonel Erdington’s Daughter. Apart from writing historical fiction, Patsy also writes sketches, adaptions of plays, and lots of thought-provoking poetry. WO: How would you describe your writing to someone ...

Showcase: Ghosthood + Recollections

September's Showcases are introduced by Georgina Brown, Manager of The Wilbur & Niso Smith Foundation. 'To the well-organised mind, death is but the next great adventure.’ J.K Rowling, via Albus Dumbledore This week, I would like to share two pieces of prose with you. It is their reflective nature that encouraged me ...

Friday Features: A Poetry Special

This week we are celebrating some of the wonderful poets and poetry to have come out of Pen to Print's Advanced Poetry Workshop led by Anna Robinson. This is a free course for people who have been writing poetry for a while and are ready for a deeper journey. Find ...

Favourite Monday Moments

Introduced By Holly King This Monday Moments, I'm taking a look back at what we’ve achieved in the last sixteen months. While Write On! Extra was not something any of us expected to be doing for this long, it’s been great for our community and for creatives, including me!  In a ...

Showcase: Jean’s Transformation + Visitor

The Courage To Persevere And Grow Through Internal Challenges By Iesha Denize Tolerance is a very personal intimate dialogue with ourselves; navigating the landscapes of those judgements we make about others as we go through our daily lives. Like many words in our language, tolerance and judgement have been polarised and seem ...

Showcase: Patient Data + Olivia’s Accident

The Courage To Navigate Controversy   This week, I continue to showcase writer perseverance, focussing on how they translate and navigate the continually shifting landscape of our communities and societies through creative expression. Information has always been important; however, the evolution into its digital form (data), presents us with different challenges. During ...

Monday Moments: Creative Movement

Introduced By Holly King Our new theme at Write On! is ‘Keep Going: Creating With Perseverance And Courage’ and from this, I thought about what the first Monday Moments theme could be and came up with Creative Movement. We can interpret this in many ways: from how we use our bodies ...