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Write On! Interviews: Poet Daniella Fearon

Write On! interviews poet Daniella Fearon Daniella is a South London writer with a BA in English with Creative Writing from Goldsmiths College and an MA in Poetry from Roehampton University. She enjoys experimenting with hybrid forms such as the prose poem, poetry essay and poetic plays. The main influences of ...

Write On! Interviews: Poet Paul McGrane

Write On! interview: Poet Paul McGrane.  As a result of winning the Geoff Stevens Memorial Award, Paul's first collection, Elastic Man, was published with Indigo Dreams Publishing in 2018. A second collection, British People In Hot Weather, was also published with Indigo in 2021. Paul is the co-founder of the Forest Poets poetry ...

Write On! Interviews: Poet Setareh Ebrahimi

Setareh Ebrahimi is an Iranian-British poet. She has been published numerous times in journals and magazines, including Proletarian Poetry, The Menteur and Ink Sweat & Tears. Setareh released her first pamphlet of poetry, In My Arms, from Bad Betty Press in 2018 and her full-length collection, Galloping Horses, from Wordsmithery in ...

Writer Of The Month: Iesha Denize

Introduced by Ola Awonubi. It’s an honour to welcome Iesha Denize as March’s Writer Of The Month. Herself a multi-talented artist and poet, she lists Phillis Wheatley, Derek Walcott, Wilfred Owen, Suzanne Cesairé and Rakaya Fetuga as her favourite poets. Iesha has a library of 1500-2000 books. I thought I was a ...

February Poetry Prompt Challenge: ‘Nature’

We ran a poetry prompt challenge on our Instagram themed 'Nature'. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Pen To Print (@officialpentoprint) February's Write On! theme was 'Nature, Inspiring Creativity: Past, Present And Future'. On Write On! Extra, we explored nature from a multitude of different perspectives; the nature of places, ...

Write On! Interviews: Writer Ehinaaya Destiny

Write On! interviews writer Ehinaaya Destiny. Ehinaaya currently lives in London. His passion for writing stemmed from heartbreak. Within that drowning pain, self-love was found. Writing poetry and short stories is what keeps his passion for writing thoroughly fed. WO: How would you describe your writing to someone new to it? ED: Relatable, ...

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, ...