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Write On! Interview: As A Poet – Dauda Ladejobi

Pen to Print Alumni and Write On! page editor Eithne Cullen interviewed Dauda Ladejobi after she’d come across his work when she saw the film he’d made in showcasing local poets in lockdown. The film was featured on the Write On! Showcase page in March. Dauda Ladejobi (Sols) is an award-winning, ...

Write On! Interview: Juneha Chowdhury

Write On! interviews Pen to Print alumni Juneha Chowdhury. Juneha Chowdhury is a former teacher and agented writer from east London. She won the Pen to Print Book Challenge in 2018 and is a regular contributor to the Pen to Print Magazine Write On! and Write On! Extra. She is in ...

Write On! Interview: Philip Bowne

Write On! interviews author Philip Bowne.  Philip lives in London and works as an in-house writer for The Wombles, a forthcoming children’s CGI TV show and book series. His debut novel Cows Can’t Jump was recently awarded the Spotlight First Novel Prize and longlisted for The Guardian’s Not The Booker Prize. Phil’s short fiction ...

Write On! Interview: As A Poet… Gboyega Odubanjo

Raised in Barking and Dagenham, British-Nigerian poet Gboyega Odubanjo speaks to Write On! about his work and residency at Rabbits Road Institute Library. Rabbits Road Institute Library was established in 2016 in a former Carnegie Library in Manor Park, East London. The books are all nominated by friends and collaborators of ...

Write On! Interview: As An Author… Tasha Madison

This week Write On! interviews YA and historical fiction author Tasha Madison. Tasha's YA historical fantasy recently won the 2020 Author Elite Award (AEA) for Best Young Adult Fiction. Her historical fiction novel, Pharaoh’s Shadow received a Top-10 distinction for Best Historical Fiction from AEA, an international honour bestowed for literary ...

Write On! Interview: As A Writer… L.M. Towton

Write On! interviews not one but two writers this week. L.M. Towton is the pseudonym of Science Fiction/Fantasy (SFF) writing partnership Lauren Towers and Michelle Sutton. Pen to Print Book Challenge Shortlisters 2015 and Penguin Random House (PRH) WriteNow Participants 2018, they are currently getting their first novel ready for ...