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Monday Moments: Going Home

Introduced By Holly King Continuing our theme of ‘Home’, for this Monday Moments we’re looking at how we bring home with us wherever we go. Whether we’re travelling abroad, moving to a new house or leaving our family one, our past homes remain with us and can be brought out in ...

Write On! Interviews: Author Glenda Young

Write On! interviews historical saga and cosy mystery author, Glenda Young. Glenda Young is a bestselling author and award-winning writer, published by Headline. Her gritty sagas are set in a northeast mining village of Ryhope in 1919 and her cosy crimes are set in modern-day Scarborough. The books are standalone and can ...

Write On! Features: ReadFest 2022 Overview

By Lisa Rouiller After hosting ReadFest online for a few years, things were a little different this September for our literary festival, with the team facilitating both virtual events and bringing live events back to our libraries, where it all began, 11 years ago! Kia Abdullah and Luan Goldie Nothing compares to ...

Writer Of The Month: James Marshall

Introduced by Shahema Tafader September’s Writer Of The Month is a man whose destiny intertwined with mine in 2021, when we attended Pen to Print’s Advanced Creative Writing Classes. You might have heard of him – he is the winner of Pen to Print’s Short Story Competition 2022, and has had ...

Thursday Connectors: Worlds Apart On Holiday

By Farzana Hakim Hi, all. I’ve returned to host another edition of Thursday Connectors after a much-needed and well-deserved break. To be honest, who doesn’t need a break from the hustle and bustle of London life? I certainly did and in today’s Connectors, I’ll be telling you what I did and where ...