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Writer Of The Month: Matt Wixey

Introduced by Claire Buckle Our writer of the month, Matt Wixey, lives in Redbridge and works in the field of cyber security. He started writing in 2018 and at first glance, Matt’s success might be classed as ‘overnight.’ In 2019, he won the Hammond House International Literary Competition in both the ...

Showcase: Neurodivergent Writers + Artists

October's Showcases are introduced by Pen to Print and Write On! regular Michelle Sutton. Last week’s showcase mostly focussed on how October is Mental Health Awareness Month, but it’s also Dyslexia, ADHD and Down Syndrome Awareness Month as well. So, for this showcase, I wanted to shine the spotlight on neurodiverse/neurodivergent ...

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 ...

Writer Of The Month: Claire Buckle

Introduced by Palak Tewary Claire is a short story writer who has been published in women’s magazines such as The People’s Friend, Woman’s Weekly and My Weekly, small press journals, anthologies and annuals and has been shortlisted for and won competitions. Born and raised in Romford, she now lives in Southend-on-Sea. Essex ...

Showcase: White Gold + Redemption

September's Showcases are introduced by Georgina Brown, Manager of The Wilbur & Niso Smith Foundation. In adventure fiction, there is no smooth sailing. The protagonists will always find obstacles in their paths, like in all good stories. Whether it’s a physical obstacle, a geographical one or relationship-based, there will be speed ...