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Monday Moments: Transitioning

Introduced By Holly King Welcome, readers, to my last Monday Moments page. Starting next year, Amber Hall will be taking over as editor for this page and will bring her unique perspective to it. I’m excited to see what direction she will take it in, and the features she will show. I’ve ...

Write On! Features: Two Homes by Natasha Coyle

By Natasha Coyle I have two homes. That tends to be the case if you’re a student who's decided to move out from the family home and relocate to your chosen university. I currently study at the University of Glasgow and I undertook my undergraduate degree at the University of Exeter. ...

Writer Of The Month: Gertcha Cowson

Introduced by Ian Ayris I first encountered Gertcha’s writing a couple of years ago, in the form of some early pages from his book, Rocks In A Spin Dryer. As soon as I began reading, the feeling I had when I saw a mountain for the first time burst upon me. ...

Thursday Connectors: What Is Home?

By Farzana Hakim Hi, all. It's Farzana, your host. This month, on Thursday Connectors, I come with lots of emotion and sentimental examples of creative writing using a subject I imagine is close to all our hearts. Home is our theme and what is more sentimental to us than our homes? Yet, ...

Thoughtful Tuesdays: Home And Back Again

By Eithne Cullen Welcome to my November page where all the pieces I’ve selected for you are on the current theme of home. If you come from a community that experienced migration, you will often hear your friends and family talking about home and back home, even though you see them ...

Monday Moments: Home Is Alive

Introduced By Holly King As we’ve seen in previous Monday Moments when exploring our theme of home, this changes across countries, time, people, and space. But what is home, and when do we need it most? Is home something we define, or is it something innate in us that identifies itself ...