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Write On! Interview: Antony Johnston

Antony Johnston is a New York Times bestselling author. He’s best known as the creator of the hit movie Atomic Blonde, which was based on his graphic novel. He also writes the Brigitte Sharp spy thrillers, which are soon to be a TV series; and videogames, including blockbusters like Dead ...

Write On! Interview: As A Writer – Marén Klement

Write On! interviews writer Marén Klement. Born in Berlin, Germany, Marén studied English language and English literature at university. During those years, she was part of a literary club that frequently published small anthologies and held public readings. Having moved to London five years ago, she now works as a teacher ...

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 ...