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Friday Features: It Happened In Essex by Colin Payne

By Colin Payne It’s not often that two branches of the arts get to work together on a fund-raising drive for NHS volunteers but, recently, Basildon Writers’ Group released a book to help raise much-needed funds for Basildon Hospital Radio, BHR 87.7 FM. The volunteers at the radio station had to leave ...

Write On! 7 – Out Today

Pen to Print Storytellers – A Gift Of Hope, From East London To The World Borne in Barking and Dagenham, Write On! magazine, in print and online, was launched April 2019.  Out today, Write On! 7, the fourth magazine to be published during the pandemic, is the culmination of our ‘Hope’ theme, ...
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Showcase: Obit. + Tuesday

This week, I am very excited to introduce you to an extraordinary talent—so much so, that I am going to spoil you with not one of his poems, but two! Gboyega Odubanjo is a poet from the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham. He is a writer in residence at Rabbits ...

Thoughtful Tuesdays: Resolutions

By Eithne Cullen Happy New Year! We ended 2020 on the theme of Hope and carry on our new hopes into 2021. I thought I’d start the year off thinking about the way we all make resolutions as one year ends and the next begins. Sometimes these resolutions are made as the ...

Write On! Interview: As An Author… R J Gould

This week Write On! interviews author R J Gould. Richard writes under the pseudonym R J Gould, for reasons soon to be explained. He has finally become a full-time author, having recently stepped down from working for a national educational charity. He is both traditionally and self-published, but from now on ...
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Showcase: Resilience + Airport

Hello, everyone! I hope you are all coping well given the circumstances. If it makes you feel any better, we are back in lockdown across the Atlantic in Colombia, as well. You'd think with all this time at home I'd have made a bigger dent in my TBR (to be read) ...

Monday Moments: Marching Ever Onwards

Introduced by Holly King January is the month of resetting: resolutions, starting a new year, a new you, a new future. Yet it’s never made much sense to me, because the calendar year is an external construct. You can’t reset in any literal way, and I’ve never been able to keep ...