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Monday Moments: International Women’s Day

Introduced By Holly King Sometimes I don’t write a long introduction because my features have written everything my page needs. March celebrates International Women’s Day and, in today's first written feature, Sylvia Kent tells us about its history. The second feature, sees Juneha Chowdhury giving us a creative insight into what it ...

Saturday Spotlight: New Book Releases February

By Claire Buss, Deputy Editor, Write On!  At Write On! and Pen to Print, we want to help connect authors and readers, so we've created a Spotlight page every Saturday, showcasing some of the exciting new reads available. The list has been curated by Lisa Roullier and myself, based on books ...

Writer Of The Month: Eithne Cullen

By Julie Dexter This month Eithne offers us a collection of poems and two extracts from her novels. The first two poems each have a theme of ageing, though, they are vastly different in context. Metaphors and allusions within the first poem are tightly woven into the rhyme scheme featuring couplets ...

Friday Features: A Love Story By Farzana Hakim

By Farzana Hakim There’s always been this romantic vibe about me; even before my writer days. Ha ha… doesn’t it sound weird? But I reckon it’s because of the day on which I was born: 14th February. Without going into too much detail, my parents no doubt romanticised my arrival. I ...

Thoughtful Tuesdays: Flash Fiction

By Eithne Cullen This week’s Thoughtful Tuesday is all about stories. We writers tell them, shape them, edit them and love them. We connect with readers who love stories in all shapes and sizes. To begin, this week, I asked the Pen to Print writers whether any of them have Flash pieces ...